Neon Lights, one of Singapore’s biggest indie music festivals is set to return for its third year this November with an incredible line-up featuring Interpol, Cigarettes After Sex, YUNA, Caribou, The Vaccines, Sticky Fingers, Rhye, Shame, Bodega, Phum Viphurit, Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band, Sobs and Riot !n Magenta.
After unfortunately taking a hiatus in 2017, Neon Lights is back by popular demand. The multi-space music and arts festival will be a three-day event, its first ever, and will take place at the iconic Fort Canning Park from the 9th to 11th November.
After programming Falls Festival, Harvest Festival and Melbourne Festival’s contemporary music program in Australia, and Ireland’s Electric Picnic event, Neon Lights’ Director, Declan Forde, said he was thrilled to be bringing the third edition of the popular festival back to Singapore.
“We’ve put a lot of thought into the line-up to ensure quality and range for everyone. This includes international and regional acts playing in Singapore for the first time, as well as local musicians showcasing their new releases.
“Most of the artists announced so far will not be performing in Australia over summer, so Neon Lights provides the perfect opportunity to travel to Singapore and see it in a new light: with a weekend of great music, excellent food and entertainment as well as an eclectic array of arts,” said Mr Forde.
Neon Lights Schedule:
|FRIDAY 9 NOVEMBER
|SATURDAY 10 NOVEMBER
|SUNDAY 11 NOVEMBER
Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band
Cigarettes After Sex
Riot !n Magenta
Tickets to the festival start at $25 for children and $99 for adults. Three-day and weekend passes will also be available from neonlights.sg.