Hear65 Gig Guide Archive 2023

Hear65 Gig Guide Archive 2023

This is an archive of past gigs for 2021 and 2022. View the updated gig guide for upcoming shows in 2023 here.


Rit Xu Organ Trio - Jazz Fellow Fridays

When: 6 January, 6:45 PM and 8:15 PM
Where: Esplanade Outdoor Theatre
Tickets: Free, more information is available here

The Rit Xu Organ Trio, made up of Rit Xu, Chok Kerong, and Yap Tingwei, will give jazz enthusiasts a Friday evening to remember at their show at the Esplanade Outdoor Theatre this month. In addition to performing original compositions, the trio will present songs from the Great American Songbook and reimagined versions of modern pop tunes. 

Intervarsity Jam 2023 

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When: 8 January, 3:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Where: Multipurpose Hall @ SUTD
Tickets: $16 (individual), $28 (pair), and $60 (group of five), available here

Witness the collision of bands from SUTD, NUS Amplified, SMU SoundFoundry, and SP GarageBand at Intervarsity Jam 2023. Taking on the theme of rebellion, the event will see participating outfits represent chapters such as Oppression, Breaking Out, and Fresh Start.


When: 10 January, 8 PM
Where: Esplanade Concourse
Tickets: Free, more information is available here

Rising R&B vocalist Narysal, who took home the award for Best New Artist at *SCAPE Youth Music Awards 2021, will return to the Esplanade with a setlist of existing tunes as well as unreleased ones this January.

aeriqah - In Between

When: 11 January and 12 January, 7 PM
Where: Esplanade Concourse
Tickets: Free, more information is available here

Join singer-songwriter aeriqah as she delivers emotional live renditions of introspective tunes from her 2021 debut album All We Have. Fans of the artist behind 'You & Me' and 'Maybe' can also expect to hear new material during her performances. 

Chloe Chua, Hans Graf, Singapore Symphony Orchestra - Chloe Chua Plays Mozart 4

When: 12 January and 13 January, 7:30 PM
Where: Victoria Concert Hall
Tickets: $15-$88, available here

Singaporean violin prodigy Chloe Chua will present Mozart’s 'Violin Concerto No. 4' alongside music director Hans Graf and the Singapore Symphony Orchestra at this concert. Those in attendance will also be treated to a presentation of Bizet's 'Symphony in C major'.

Laura Fygi, Jazz Association Singapore Orchestra (JASSO), Jeremy Monteiro -  JASSO Pinnacle Concert 2023

When: 13 January and 14 January, 8 PM
Where: Capitol Theatre
Tickets: $88-$168, available here

Dutch jazz vocalist Laura Fygi will take the stage at the Capitol Theatre alongside Singapore's Jeremy Monteiro and the Jazz Association Singapore Orchestra (JASSO) for two nights this January. Billed as a "potent, swinging, and electrifying" event, this joint concert, presented by IMC Live Global and Jazz Association (Singapore), is not one that you will want to miss.

The TENG Ensemble -  Once Upon a Time 2023

When: 3 February and 4 February, 7:30 PM
Where: VivoCity, Amphitheatre, Level 3 Sky Park
Tickets: $4-$15, available here

At the fourth iteration of Once Upon a Time, The TENG Ensemble will entertain music lovers of all ages with their East-meets-West spins on beloved Pixar tunes and songs by Adele. To celebrate the Lunar New Year, they will also be performing modern versions of festive tracks and showcasing a lo-fi creation titled 'Oriental Psyche'.

ShiGGa Shay, J.M3, Tosh Rock, and more - SINMAHUI Hip Hop Night

When: 3 February, 8 PM
Where: Esplanade Annexe Studio
Tickets: From $28, available here

SINMAHUI Hip Hop Night will include performances from both rising acts as well as familiar names from Singapore and Malaysia. Set to represent the Lion City at the inaugural edition of the event are ShiGGa Shay, Tosh Rock, Zadon, J.M3, and Cykko.

LAYYI, Aggressive Raisin Cat, KRUNKLE THE BAND, and more - LASALLE College of the Arts’ Rock & Indie Festival (RIF) 

When: 10 and 11 February, 5 PM
Where: Flexible Performance Space and Campus Green, LASALLE College of the Arts
Tickets: Free, more information is available here

Promising two music-filled evenings of spectacular live performances from a lineup spanning rock and indie genres, RIF 2023 will provide a space for Singaporean music lovers to "riff it out" and get to know both established and budding homegrown musicians in the local rock and indie music scene.

Life by Nanyang Collective

When: 10 February, 7:30 PM
Where: Esplanade Recital Studio
Tickets: $30, available here

Join the Nanyang Collective, made up of homegrown musicians specialising in both Asian and Western instruments — as it stages its second major production this February. Described as a "3- movement contemporary production", Life will be a musical meditation on the journey of life that we each have to go through during our time on Earth.  

Subsonic Eye, Saints Amongst Sinners, Thy Howler, and Aggressive Raisin Cat - Roses 2023

When: 11 February, 6 PM
Where: Esplanade Annexe Studio
Tickets: $30-$69, available here

Described as the "perfect Valentine's party", Roses 2023 will celebrate "the good, the bad, the ugly, and the beautiful" of being in a relationship through hour-long sets from the acts on its eclectic lineup.

Chok Kerong and Vanessa Fernandez - Spiral

When: 17 February, 8 PM
Where: SingTel Waterfront Theatre at Esplanade — Theatres on the Bay
Tickets: $30-$38, available here

As part of Esplanade's 2023 Mosaic Music Series, the multitalented Chok Kerong and Vanessa Fernandez will be performing songs from their forthcoming eight-track collaborative album — an artistic and soulful musical record born out of the artists' two-decade-long friendship.

YST Orchestral Institute, Red Dot Baroque - Prayers for Halcyon

When: 18 February, 7:30 PM
Where: Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, YST Concert Hall
Tickets: $10, available here

YST Orchestral Institute and Red Dot Baroque's ensemble-in-residence have joined forces to take you on a journey through wondrous worlds and musical tales in an enchanting programme that features renowned orchestra classics such as Marin Marais’ 'Chaconne from Alcyone', W.F. Bach’s 'Adagio', Handel’s 'Concerto Grosso in B-flat Major', and many more.

Jazz Association (Singapore) (JASS) - A Jazz Musical: Will the Egg Hatch?

When: 18 February, 2 PM
Where: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre
Tickets: $16-$20, available here

Jazz Association (Singapore) (JASS) has joined forces with Act 3 Theatrics for its inaugural "Jazzed-up Kampong Musical". Watch as they bring a children's tale to life in a musical that features original jazz music. 

Amateur Takes Control, ANECHOIS, Nkei, Pleasantry and Subsonic Eye - Lap Sap Gig

When: 19 February, 4 PM
Where: Amped Trampoline Park - River Valley
Tickets: $20 (Early Bird) and $25 (General Admission/Door Sale), available here

Say goodbye to the beloved Amped Trampoline Park at Lap Sap Gig, a concert that will feature performances by Amateur Takes Control, ANECHOIS, Nkei, Pleasantry, and Subsonic Eye.

LASALLE College of the Arts - Piano Voyage IX - Water Fantasy

When: 22 February, 7:30 PM
Where: The Singapore Airlines Theatre
Tickets: Free, reserve a spot here

Diploma and BA(Hons) students of LASALLE College of the Arts' Music programme will be performing their water-themed repertoire of classical and original pieces in a special evening showcase.

T'ang Quartet - Give and Take (Back and Forth)

When: 3 March, 7:30 PM
Where: Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, YST Concert Hall 
Tickets: $10, available here

Singapore's premier string quartet, the T'ang Quartet, celebrates its 30th anniversary with a concert that features the works of Maurice Ravel and Singaporean composer Chen Zhangyi, who is also an assistant professor at YST.

The Last Mile

When: 4 March, 7:30 PM
Where: Golden Mile Complex
Tickets: $35, available here

From the minds of Ice Cream Sundays' Nick Bong and Daniel O'Connor, along with MUGIC's Ulysses James and Dang Chau, The Last Mile is set to be Golden Mile Complex's "one last hurrah" and will see a rare gathering of music outfits, labels, and publications coming together to honour and show their support for the beloved cultural institution's tenants.

Parampara Music Festival 2023

When: 4 March, 6PM
Where: Alliance Française de Singapour
Tickets: $35, available here

The students of PARAMPARA Music Academy are set to showcase their remarkable talents in an evening of vocal, dance, and sitar performances. Additionally, the evening's programme will also include Suman Bhattacharya's melodious sitar performances, accompanied by Pradip Tikader on Tabla. 

SIM String Ensemble - SIMphony X: Avanti

When: 4 March, 7 PM
Where: SIM Performing Arts Theatre, Block D
Tickets: $10, available here

The SIM String Ensemble returns from the pandemic for their nostalgia-laden tenth annual concert which features their own spin on classical masterpieces and familiar tunes from Disney and Pixar.

CHUREN, evanturetime, and Prako - MOONRISE

When: 17 and 18 March, 7:30 PM
Where: UCC Auditorium
Tickets: $18-$30, available here

Themed after the Moon, MOONRISE — part of National University of Singapore Arts Festival (NAF) 2023 — will see contemporary classical pianist CHUREN, soundscape artist and producer evanturetime come together to treat art lovers to an evening filled with classical and pop. tunes. The event will also feature contributions by digital effects artist Prako.

Ngee Ann Polytechnic Concert Band - Rondeau XXXV

When: 17 March, 7 PM, and 18 March, 1 PM
Where: Music Box, Blk 73 Level 3, Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Tickets: Free, reserve a spot here

Join Ngee Ann Polytechnic Concert Band as they celebrate their return from the pandemic with an exciting two-day concert titled Rondeau XXXV

More Than Music 10th Anniversary Concert

When: 18 and 19 March, 7:30 PM
Where: Esplanade Recital Studio
Tickets: $20-$110, available here

Join concert series More Than Music as they celebrate their tenth anniversary this March with piano performances from Singapore's very own Albert Tiu and Abigail Sin, and an "all-star strings dream team" comprising Loh Jun Hong, Yang Shuxiang, Zhang Manchin, Wang Dandan, Ng Pei-Sian, and Jamshid Saydikarimov.

Carpet Golf and Fader - Movements live in Singapore

When: 23 March, 7:30 PM
Where: Aliwal Arts Centre
Tickets: $65, available here

Carpet Golf and Fader are joining Movements at their Singapore concert. Presented by Singapore-based collective DISRUPT.CO, the prominent homegrown bands are set to bring their music to Movements' highly-anticipated concert in Singapore where they will be performing as the opening acts.

OmnIVerse: The Fourth Dimension by NUS Electronic Music Lab

When: 24 and 25 March, 7:30 PM
Where: UCC Dance Studio
Tickets: $18-$30, available here

NUS Electronic Music Lab's OmnIVerse: The Fourth Dimension will, through the use of psychedelic trance and lo-fi beats, take you on a journey through "liminal states and spaces". Aside from showcasing original compositions, the concert will also feature scenography from Bernice Ong and sound design from bani haykal.

Ultra Mega Cat Attack and RENE - HEARTBREAK. REVENGE. DISCO. album launch

When: 25 March, 7 PM
Where: 42 Waterloo Street (42WS)
Tickets: $35, available here

Singapore's very own alt-rock band are set to host the ultimate album launch party in celebration of their long-awaited debut album HEARTBREAK. REVENGE. DISCO. Also featuring homegrown singer-songwriter RENE, expect a night of non-stop rock and roll at this highly-anticipated live music party.


When: 31 March, 8:30 PM
Where: KINN Capsule Hotel
Tickets: $10, available here

Combining local music with local craft beer, expect an evening filled with live music from stalwart homegrown singer Dominic Chin as he takes you through his repertoire of songs — a blend of electro-pop, soul, and R&B genres. Each ticket comes with 2 complimentary beers, redeemable with wristband tear-offs given at the entrance.

DJ KFC, DeeJay XG, Ramesh, and Ollie' Des - Straight Outta Kampong

When: 1 April, 7 PM
Where: OverEasy Fullerton
Tickets: Free, bookings available here

Come down to OverEasy Fullerton to celebrate the start of April with music, food, and games! Singapore-based American diner OverEasy and party collective Kampong Boogie have come together to present Straight Outta Kampong — OverEasy's first DJ event of 2023. The event will feature live music sets from homegrown acts DJ KFC, DeeJay XG, Ramesh, and Ollie' Des.

Songkran Music Festival 2023

When: 14 April, 6 PM to 10:30 PM, and 15 April, 4:50 PM to 10:30 PM
Where: Wild Wild Wet, Downtown East
Tickets: $58-$98, available here

The popular Songkran Music Festival (SMF) will return to Wild Wild Wet for its second edition this April. Festival-goers can expect to immerse themselves in a spectacular party soundtracked by music from local DJs Inquisitive, Dash, Sakura, Sforla, JOERU, and Q Doll, as well several international names. The two-day event is also set to feature dazzling synchronised light and water displays.

motifs - Remember a Stranger (Mosaic Music Series 2023)

When: 29 April, 7:30 PM
Where: Esplanade Annexe Studio
Tickets: $23.80-$28, available here

The homegrown dream pop/shoegaze band will be performing a live show in celebration of the release of their debut album remember a stranger. Aside from being enthralled by the band's signature dreamy tunes, delve deeper into their "reverb-drenched nostalgia" with the physical release of remember a stranger's vinyls and CDs, which will be available at the show.

TFA Lalita Kala Company - Paamaalai

When: 30 April, 6:30 PM
Where: Drama Centre Theatre
Tickets: $23.80-$28, available here

From the TFA Lalita Kala Company comes a Carnatic music concert that celebrates the rich history of Carnatic music and the Tamil language. Those in attendance can expect to be treated to renditions of works from famous Tamil poets and composers.

Jazz Association Singapore - Swing! Swing! Swing!

When: 30 April, 5:30 PM
Where: Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage, Singapore Botanic Gardens
Tickets: Free, more information is available here

Featuring the Jazz Association Singapore Youth Orchestra (JASSYO!), this free outdoor concert from the Jazz Association Singapore (JASS) will celebrate UNESCO International Jazz Day 2023 with performances of tunes from musicians such as Count Basie and Duke Ellington.

DJ Ephrem and O.K Ready! - Beerkini Rocks

When: 6 May, 3 PM onwards
Where: Bikini Bar, Siloso Beach, Sentosa
Tickets: Free, more information is available here

Bikini Bar's Beerkini Rocks music party will return for a special edition this May. Themed after Cinco De Mayo, the event will feature pop rock and rock numbers from seasoned local DJ Ephrem and an electrifying rock set from four-piece band O.K Ready!.

Niranjan Pandian, Sai Vignesh, Meenakshy Jyothish, and more - Up Close with Brahmastra

When: 12 May, 6:30 PM
Where: Arpanam (L2, above Podi and Poriyal)
Tickets: $157, available here

Join homegrown flautist, music director, and creative composer Niranjan Pandian, Sai Vignesh, Meenakshy Jyothish, Caleb Koa, Alim Sazali, and more for an evening filled with tunes from Tamil cinema as well as original creations. The event, set to only host 30 guests, will be an intimate one where attendees will be able to interact with artists in dialogue sessions.

brb., and more - Twist to the Night with Tiger Soju Infused Lager 

When: 12 May, 7 PM
Where: Pasir Panjang Power Station
Tickets: $20, available here

Singapore's very own trio brb. will be part of the star-studded performance lineup — which also includes LeeHi, Balming Tiger, and RAMENGVRL — for Tiger's Twist to the Night with Tiger Soju Infused Lager. Organised to celebrate the launch of the Tiger Soju Infused Lager, the event has been billed as a "multi-sensory feast" set in a "reimagined Asia".

Rahimah Rahim - Divas of the Decade

When: 15 May, 10:30 AM and 3 PM
Where: Esplanade Recital Studio
Tickets: $18, available here

Local music icon Rahimah Rahim will present covers of familiar songs from artists such as Olivia Newton-John, Anne Murray, and The Carpenters at her upcoming concert, which will be a part of Esplanade's Coffee Morning & Afternoon Tea series.

Orkestra Melayu Singapura - Simfoni Keroncong Nusantara

When: 19 May, 8 PM
Where: Esplanade Concert Hall
Tickets: $24-$70, available here

Hosted by Rudy Djoe and Marina Yusof, this massive celebration of keroncong music will feature Singapore's very own Orkestra Melayu Singapura alongside artists such as Emilia Contessa, Dato Yusni Hamid, Eddy Ali, and more. Concert-goers will be treated to performances of classic tunes as well as contemporary pop songs with a keroncong twist.

Hijack Hayley, Shirly Temple, Han-Sa feat Qhum, and Blush Hotel - The Cellar Sessions

When: 27 May, 6 PM
Where: Honcho
Tickets: $45, available here

Featuring Hijack Hayley, Shirly Temple, Han-Sa feat Qhum, and Blush Hotel, The Cellar Sessions will shine a spotlight on Singapore's musical heritage. Expect to be dazzled by performances of jazz, folk, soul, and funk tunes.

Jazz It Up! A Jazzy Celebration of Chinese Songs 2023 

When: 27 May and 28 May, 7:30 PM
Where: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre Far East Organization Auditorium, Level 9
Tickets: $48-$68, available here

An event that falls under the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre's Cultural Extravaganza 2023, Jazz It Up! A Jazzy Celebration of Chinese Songs 2023 will feature jazz-infused spins on Chinese tunes from the Jazz Association Singapore Orchestra (JASSO) as well as appearances by esteemed producer and songwriter Lee Wei Siong, singer-songwriter Marcus Lee, and Taiwanese vocalist Judy Ongg. Also set to appear at the event are JASSO's Senior Associate Music Director Weixiang Tan and local jazz stalwart Jeremy Monteiro.

Cactus Cactus - 'Life Is Short' EP Launch

When: 28 May
Where: Phil's Studio
Tickets: $20-$35, available here

To celebrate the release of their latest EP Life is Short, homegrown rock outfit Cactus Cactus will be making a stop at Phil's Studio as part of their ongoing INVASIVE SPECIES tour — a joint project with Malaysian band Capt'n Trips & The Kid. The Singapore leg of the tour will also feature an appearance by Kuala Lumpur-based band Kyoto Protocol.

Mikkel Myer Lee - Mikkel Stars Chopin

When: 6 June, 7:30 PM
Where: Esplanade Concert Hall
Tickets: $28-$180, available here

This June, witness 10-year-old Mikkel Myer Lee become the youngest pianist in history to present renditions of Chopin's 'Piano Concerto No.1' and 'Piano Concerto No.2' during a public concert. Titled Mikkel Stars Chopin, Lee's upcoming show, which will take place at the Esplanade Concert Hall, will also feature musicians from the Asian Symphony Orchestra.

SPECTACLE! 2023: The Best of S-pop & P-Pop

When: 11 June, 2 PM
Where: Esplanade Recital Studio
Tickets: $35, available here

As its name suggests, this event will bring together some of the most exciting names from the worlds of S-pop and P-pop. Set to represent Singapore are singer-songwriter and dancer Estelle Fly, who is known for tunes such as 'Just Friends' and 'Love Like This', and the multitalented Alfred Sun, who competed on China's reality survival show We Are Young in 2020.

Bellied Star, Mrtns, Late Culture, Line Drive, and Fader - Pink Cloud Summer

When: 17 June, 5 PM
Where: More information is available here
Tickets: $25, available here

If you are looking for something that will lift your spirits, Pink Cloud Summer might be just the gig for you. Set to feature "fun" and "healing" performances from Bellied Star, Mrtns, Late Culture, Line Drive, and Fader, the event is themed after the fleeting joy that an individual might experience during their recovery process.

KYYRA, feelslikeyou, 8forty5, freshpoutine, and Nosedive - Turn It Up! Vol. 2

When: 17 June, 6:15 PM
Where: Phil's Studio
Tickets: $20, available here

Hosted by Rabak Records, Turn It Up! Vol. 2 is a concert that you would want to check out if you're someone who's always on the lookout for new local artists to add to your playlist. The event will feature acts from the shoegaze, rock, and indie genres, including KYYRA, feelslikeyou, 8forty5, freshpoutine, and Nosedive.

Woes - Fundraise Pls

When: 2 July, 6:20 PM
Where: 42 Waterloo Street
Tickets: $25, available here

Supported by Dirty Window, Woes' concert will also feature two guest acts from the local music scene — psychedelic band Saints Amongst Sinners and alternative rock outfit Krunkle. Proceeds from ticket sales will go towards funding the band's forthcoming album.

Lauren Ong - hillcrest (the homecoming)

When: 14 July, 7:30 PM
Where: 72-13 Mohamed Sultan Rd
Tickets: $18-$22, available here

Supported by a live band, Lauren Ong will celebrate the launch of her very first album, hillcrest, through performances of original tunes such as 'lake buena vista', 'dandelion wine', and more. Ong will also be performing with an electric harp during the show.

Pathetic Ordinary, Cheap Vacation, Midway, and more - Save Our Skins

When: 15 July, 5:45 PM
Where: Tonehouse
Tickets: $20, available here

Presented by Northern Dropout, Save Our Skins will bring together rising acts Seryl Marissa & Frenz, Bear The Remedy, Pathetic Ordinary, Midway, and Cheap Vacation for an evening of unforgettable performances.

hongjoin - I'm So Far From You

When: 22 July, 7 PM
Where: Gateway Blackbox
Tickets: $32.52, available here

Fans of hongjoin can expect to be treated to live renditions of tunes from not only his genre-bending latest EP F(OOL) but also his 2022 album Petrichor.

Chloe Chua - Elegant and Heroic

When: 27 July and 28 July, 7:30 PM
Where: Esplanade Concert Hall
Tickets: $15-$88, available here

Helmed by the Singapore Symphony Orchestra's (SSO) Music Director Hans Graf, this not-to-be-missed concert will see 16-year-old violinist and SSO Artist-In-Residence Chloe Chua present Mozart's 'Sinfonia Concertante' alongside China's He Ziyu.

Andi Aziz, ryfkiherdi, Kelvin Tan, and more - The Stripped Down Show

When: 29 July, 7 PM
Where: Crane (148 Arab Street)
Tickets: $15, available here

Feeling tired after a long day or week? Why not wind down by catching stripped-down performances from goneMUNE, Andi Aziz, ryfkiherdi, Kelvin Tan, CAPO3, and Bowden at Hot Sauce & Potatoes' The Stripped Down Show?

Jazz Association (Singapore) - Kaleidoscope: An Asian Jazz Odyssey (The Reprise)

When: 30 July, 8 PM
Where: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre Auditorium, Level 9
Tickets: $38 and $58, available here

Together with award-winning Chinese percussion ensemble Drum FengBhaskar's Arts Academy's dancers, soprano Khor Ai Ming, jazz vocalist Rudy Djoe, and musicians such as Indra ChenLikie LowMohamed Noor, and Riduan Zalani, the Jazz Association Singapore Orchestra (JASSO) Ethno-Jazz Ensemble will delight music lovers as they present works that celebrate Asia.

Sezairi, lullaboy, 53A, and more - Sands for Singapore Charity Festival

When: 4 August, 5 PM to 10 PM, and 5 and 6 August, 2 PM to 10 PM
Where: Marina Bay Sands, Event Plaza
Tickets: Free, more information is vailable here

Organised by Marina Bay Sands for a good cause, this upcoming charity festival will feature performances from Sezairi, lullaboy, Glenn Yong, Iman Fandi, and local bands 53A, NationOne, and SuperSonic. Music-lovers will be able to enjoy the event for free.

Kit Chan, Suthasini, The Freshman, and more - Gardens by the Bay and Mediacorp National Day Concert

When: 5 August, 4:30 PM
Where: The Meadow, Gardens by the Bay
Tickets: Free, more information is available here

Presented by Mediacorp and Gardens by the Bay, the National Day Concert will gather local artists Kit Chan, Suthasini, The Freshman, Joanna Dong, and Mavis Hee along with Fauzie Laily, Vernetta Lopez, and Ayden Sng to celebrate Singapore's birthday through music.

The Pinholes, Aisyah Aziz, ABANGSAPAU, and more - Rise of the New Mongrels

When: 5 August
Where: L5 @ GR.iD
Tickets: $40-$55, available here

Titled Rise of the New Mongrels, this epic event will feature a star-studded lineup of familiar and rising names from Singapore, such as The Pinholes, Aisyah Aziz, ABANGSAPAU, Curb, Saints Amongst Sinners, Alicia DC, Rhyu, and Mary Sue.

Dominic Chin - IYKYK

When: 12 August, 6:45 PM, 8:15 PM, and 9:45 PM
Where: DBS Foundation Outdoor Theatre at Esplanade
Tickets: Free

Singer-songwriter Dominic Chin will bring out tunes from his album, License to Cry, recently released tracks, as well as his own spins on selected NDP songs at this free concert at the DBS Foundation Outdoor Theatre at Esplanade.

Danesh Leonadi, mon(dae), Regina Song, Leeray, and more - B-4 Vol. 4

When: 13 August, 1 PM to 3 PM and 4 PM to 6 PM
Where: EXP (340a Joo Chiat Road Singapore, 427592)
Tickets: From $15, available here

From Big Duck comes B-4 Vol. 4, an event loaded with eight "intimate" sets from vocalists Danesh Leonadi and Leeray, punk-rock acts Regina Song and Late Culture, math rock outfit mon(dae), jazz pop band Namie and the Waves, producer Kenzo, and live debutants SCUMBOYS.

Temasek Foundation SSO National Day Concert 2023

When: 13 August, 4 PM
Where: Esplanade Concert Hall
Tickets: From $15, available here

Celebrate the nation's birthday with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra at the sixth edition of Temasek Foundation's SSO National Day Concert. This year, guests can expect to hear new compositions from sunny Singapore along with new spins on existing works.

Fangirl with Regina Song 

When: 15 August, 6:45 PM and 7:45 PM
Where: Esplanade Concourse
Tickets: Free

Don't miss this concert from Regina Song if you would like to get a sneak peek at her forthcoming album, fangirl. Part of the PARKA family, the pop singer-songwriter is best known for her viral track 'high school boy'.