Gigs picks: Wanna One fan meet; Do As Infinity concert; Gugudan live show; and Randolf Arriola gig

The 11-member K-pop boyband Wanna One (above) were formed during the second season of the reality series Produce 101.
The 11-member K-pop boyband Wanna One (above) were formed during the second season of the reality series Produce 101. PHOTO: WANNAONE.OFFICIAL/FACEBOOK
Tomiko Van and guitarist Ryo Owatari
Tomiko Van and guitarist Ryo OwatariPHOTO: DO AS INFINITY OFFICIAL/FACEBOOK

WANNA ONE 1ST FAN MEETING IN SINGAPORE: WANNA BE LOVED

The 11-member K-pop boyband Wanna One were formed during the second season of the reality series Produce 101. They released their debut EP 1x1=1 (To Be One) just last month and are coming here for their first fan meet. Is this a record for the shortest time between the launch of a group and their first regional tour?

WHERE: Zepp @ BigBox Singapore, 1 Venture Avenue, Jurong East MRT: Jurong East WHEN: Today, 7pm ADMISSION: $128 to $308 from Apactix (call 3158-8588 or go to www.apactix.com)


DO AS INFINITY 1ST LIVE IN SINGAPORE

Thanks to hits such as Yesterday & Today, used in the drama series Love 2000 (2000), and Deep Forest, used in anime series Inuyasha (2000-2004), Japanese trio Do As Infinity were big in the early 2000s.

They disbanded in 2005 and later reformed in 2008 as a duo with singer Tomiko Van and guitarist Ryo Owatari.

WHERE: Capitol Theatre, 17 Stamford Road MRT: City Hall WHEN: Tomorrow, 7pm ADMISSION: $88 to $138 from Sistic (go to www.sistic.com.sg or call 6348-5555)



PHOTO: GU9UDAN/FACEBOOK

GUGUDAN LIVE SHOW IN SINGAPORE 2017

Nayoung, Sejeong and Mina were the winning alumnae of the first season of the reality series Produce 101 and were part of the K-pop girl group I.O.I, which have since disbanded. They are now part of nine-member Gugudan (above), which have put out two EPs thus far - Act. 1 The Little Mermaid (2016) and Act. 2 Narcissus (2017).

WHERE: Sands Theatre, Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue MRT: Bayfront WHEN: Wednesday, 7.30pm ADMISSION: $68 to $218 from Sistic



PHOTO: RANDOLF ARRIOLA

RANDOLF ARRIOLA

Be prepared to go on a fascinating music journey with acclaimed Singaporean musician Randolf Arriola (above).

The master of live looping builds soundscapes by creating, processing and layering loops of sound of his voice and guitar.

WHERE: Montreux Jazz Cafe, 01-02 Pan Pacific Hotel, 10 Claymore Road MRT: Orchard WHEN: Tomorrow and Sept 28, 7pm ADMISSION: Free

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on September 22, 2017, with the headline 'Gigs Picks'. Print Edition | Subscribe