Fill the rest of your 2022 calendar with these events

Looking to sort out your social plans for the rest of the year? The easing of COVID-19 restrictions has allowed more events and concerts to bring back sparks and festivity to the Singaporean scene. Check out Popspoken’s recommendations below for your consideration.

Heineken Smoooth Warehouse Party, 15 June

Pasir Panjang Warehouse Station welcomes thousands in the first-ever large scale event since lockdown has lifted. It features an international lineup, including Flight Facilities, Palms Trax and Floyd Lavine. There was also an immersive audio-visual show for guests to revel in. Tickets are at $40 from Hapz.

光》演唱

Capitol Theatre, 12 August

A fan of Chinese songs? Renowned Singaporean artists such as Jimmy Ye, Pan Ying, Brenda Tang and Celeste Syn seek to reignite love for timeless Chinese music through reinterpretations of classic hits such as ‘玫瑰玫瑰我愛你’, ‘野百合也有春天’, and ‘橄榄树’. Tickets starting from $88 are available now via AllAccess-Asia.com.

Sigur Rós World Tour 2022

The Star Theatre, 17 August

The iconic Icelandic act is coming, and promoter LAMC Productions hints that they are ready to play new songs from an upcoming album – their first since 2013’s ‘Kveikur’ – alongside other beloved hits from their 20-plus-year career. Tickets are sold at SISTIC and prices begin at $98.

Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix

Marina Bay, 30 September – 2 October

The iconic race returns to the Little Red Dot after a pandemic-induced two-year hiatus. Aside from seeing world-class drivers compete with speeds of up to 320 kilometres per hour at the Marina Bay Street Circuit, spectators will also be able to enjoy a stellar entertainment line-up with headliners such as Marshmello, Westlife and Green Day. Tickets and packages start from $98 and are available at www.singaporegp.sg.

Calum Scott’s ‘Bridges’ Asia Tour

Capitol Theatre, 28 October

The English singer, well-known for his platinum-certified rendition of Robyn’s ‘Dancing On My Own’, hits Singapore as the last destination of his Asian tour this year. “I am coming back with my band to play the songs that people discovered me on, as well as new songs from my second album which I would say is my best and most personal work yet,” he says. The tickets, sold at bookmyshow.com, start from $98.

LANY’s ‘a november to remember’ Tour

Singapore Indoor Stadium, 7 November

Following the North American leg of their ‘Summer Forever’ tour, the Los Angeles band will touch down in Singapore as part of their travel across Asia. Ticket prices start from $118 and can be purchased through Ticketmaster. VIP experiences are also available to provide superfans with various perks, from group photo ops to previews of special stripped songs during soundcheck.

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