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Gigs Picks: Twice 2nd tour 'Twiceland Zone 2 : Fantasy Park' in Singapore

Twice
TwicePHOTO: ONE PRODUCTION
Theemptybluesky
TheemptyblueskyPHOTO: ESPLANADE
DJ-producer Myrne
DJ-producer MyrnePHOTO: COLOSSAL PHOTOS

TWICE 2ND TOUR 'TWICELAND ZONE 2 : FANTASY PARK' IN SINGAPORE

South Korean girl group Twice will be back in Singapore to play a show that is part of their second tour.

The group, made up of nine members from the reality television series Sixteen (2015), are known for hits such as Cheer Up and TT. Their debut Singapore concert at The Star Theatre last year drew a sold-out audience of 5,000.

WHERE: Singapore Indoor Stadium, 2 Stadium Walk MRT: Stadium WHEN: Sunday, 5pm ADMISSION: From $168 to Sports Hub Tix ticketing channels (call 3158-7888 or go to www.sportshubtix.sg)


APHELION

Performing under his alter ego Theemptybluesky, musician, composer and producer Mervin Wong will play ambient, experimental music from his debut album, Aphelion, which was released in February. The show will be accompanied by live visuals from artist Ryan Benjamin Lee.

The performance is part of eXchAnge, the Esplanade's series of collaborations throughout this month.

WHERE: Esplanade Outdoor Theatre MRT: Esplanade WHEN: Tomorrow, 7, 8.15 and 9.30pm ADMISSION: Free


ULTRA AFTER PARTY VENUE FEATURING MYRNE

Electronic dance music festival Ultra Singapore 2018 takes place today and tomorrow at the open field along Bayfront Avenue, but the music does not stop there.

Home-grown electronic artist DJ-producer Myrne, the electronic artist making his name through gigs around the world, plays one of Ultra's official after-parties on the rooftop of Marina Bay Sands .

WHERE: Ce La Vi Singapore, Tower 3 Marina Bay Sands, Tower 3, 1 Bayfront Avenue MRT: Bayfront WHEN: Tomorrow, 10pm ADMISSION: Free for the first 100 wearing an Ultra wristband; $28 (including drink) for the rest

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on June 15, 2018, with the headline 'Gigs Picks: '. Print Edition | Subscribe