Singaporean music performances to livestream during COVID-19

Singaporean music performances to livestream during COVID-19

As the music world contends with the pandemic and its ramifications, artists and event organisers are responding to the situation with an impressive initiative by moving gigs and performances online in accordance with the government's recent advisory on ticketed events. 

As we adjust and try to make peace with social distancing or self-quarantine, here's a compilation of the live music shows you can stream and enjoy from the safe confines of your home. The list will be continually updated with links to the livestreams, if any. 



When: Available on-demand from 14-21 December; 21-28 December; 23-31 December, for Planeswalker, Zul Mahmod, and weish & Marc Gabriel Loh respectively.

With Sound Social Series, you can forget about the conventional concert for a little while. Together with Singaporean artists Planeswalker, Zul Mahmod, as well as weish and Marc Gabriel Loh, take a deep dive into soundscapes crafted through “technical wizardry, unconventional performing techniques or organic instrument building” across three Sundays in the month of December. Entitled Entity, Of Nature and Technology, and the last to be revealed later, these sessions will be where you challenge the boundaries of art, music, and the environment. 

In-venue sessions will take place on 9 December, 7PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time) for Planeswalker, and 16 December, 7PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time) for Zul Mahmod, at S$15. Video-on-demand tickets are available on a pay-as-you-wish basis at S$10, S$15, or S$20. Get your tickets here


When: 31 December, 9.30PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 10.30PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Welcome 2021 from the comfort of your own home with Let's Celebrate 2021. Hosted by Sonia Chew and Joakim Gomez, catch performances by Jason Derulo, Ronan Keating, Benee, Tones & I, and Jeremy Zucker, as well as Yung Raja, RRILEY, ShiGGay Shay, Shye, and more, performing live from various iconic locations around the Marina Bay area.

Let's Celebrate 2021 streams live on meWATCH. More information here.

Marsiling-Yew Tee GRC Countdown 2021

When: 31 December, 10:30PM

The Marsiling-Yew Tee GRC is holding an intimate but exciting celebration this New Year's Eve featuring Sezairi, MICappella, Lorong Boys, and THELIONCITYBOY. The event will be hosted by Pornsak, and topped off with a fireworks live-stream to end your year and night. 

Follow their Facebook page for updates.

Our Tampines Hub: New Year's Eve Countdown to 2021 

When: 31 December, 10PM

Skip the crowds while being treated to a big show with Our Tampines Hub, who are organising a star-studded affair coupled with a fireworks display and laser show. On their live-stream of the event, tune in to party to the likes of Roy Li Fei Hui, Liu Ling Ling, Tabitha Nauser, Benjamin Kheng, and Hao Hao – and don't forget to join in on a special gameshow! 

Watch it on Facebook here.

Tay Sia Yeun, LimTayPeng & QQ Brothers

When: 2 January, 6PM, 7PM & 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

You can catch three acts in a single night to kick off 2021 right at home. Beginning with performances by Tay Sia Yuan, this live-stream by the Esplanade will see the singer uniting with the QQ Brothers for LimTayPeng as a trio, before ending with Peng Chi Sheng and Aaron Matthew Lim themselves. Performances will also be available online for 24 hours after the event for those who missed it.

Find out more here.

Ng Pei-Sian Plays Shostakovich

When: 8-22 January, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Start your year on a thrilling note with Singapore Symphony Principal Cello Ng Pei-Sian’s performance of Shostakovich’s supreme First Cello Concerto, a work of “unrelenting edge-of-your-seat energy and awe-inspiring darkness”. The programme will also entail Beethoven’s mighty “Heroic” Third Symphony, making sure there is never a dull moment throughout the length of the show!

Tickets are available here on a pay-as-you-wish basis at S$10, S$20, S$30, or S$50 until 22 January, 5PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 6PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time).


When: NA 

An audio drama that promises an immersive story-telling experience held across three episodes, this series also features the musical works specially-recorded by pianist Albert Tiu. Helmed by director Tan Shou Chen and written by playwright Joel Tan, the audio is designed to be experienced on the move, for the listener to hear and feel, as the role requires, and to simply walk with yourself. 

Listen to the audio drama via the official websiteYouTube, or Himalaya


When: Every Saturday starting from 20 June, 9:30PM - 11PM 

Chill and vibe with Singapore Community Radio's new online series, NIGHTCAP! Catch a night of late 70s and 80s Asian music, with Singaporean DJ, Itch. From AOR, Light Mellow and City Pop vinyl records, you can expect nothing but a beautiful blend of pop, jazz and funk music to bring your Saturday night to a close. 

Watch the livestream here.

Shane Low

When: 9.30PM, Every Thursday 

Shane Low will be performing solo acoustic acts on his Instagram Live, where he will play requests and perform lively renditions on well-known hits.

Watch the livestream here

Isaac Yong

When: 9PM, Every Sunday 

Singer-songwriter Isaac Yong, known for his cover of Jay Chou's 'Wont Cry', will be livestreaming every Sunday on his Youtube channel. 

Watch the livestream here

Drop us a note at editorial@bandwagon.sg if you'd like to list your livestream


SIFA v2.020 - the mrbrown show LIVE!

When: 25-27 December 2020 (In-person), 27 December, 3pm (Livestream) 

After more than two decades of blogging, mrbrown is bringing his signature humour that Singaporeans know and love, to a never-seen-before concert at SIFA v2.020, where the comedian will be launching his debut music album. Directed by music producer James Lye and backed by a live band, mrbrown will sing and act with his familiar collaborators, blogger Mr Miyagi and Singaporean poet, Marc Nair. A number of his classic podcasts will also be re-imagined as skits, so fans can look forward to new material plus the interactive concept of the concert will allow viewers to join and create content with mrbrown as well.

In-venue session tickets are priced at S$50. Livestream tickets are available on a pay-as-you-wish basis at S$20, S$25, or S$30. Get your tickets here

A Little Mozart With Chloe Chua

When: 4-18 December, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Singapore’s violin prodigy Chloe Chua is starring in Mozart’s lyrical Violin Concerto No. 2, accompanied by the Singapore Symphony Orchestra with Chief Conductor Hans Graf. Catch this rare and inspiring performance by one of Singapore’s fast-rising classical acts, which also includes Beethoven’s unstoppable Seventh Symphony in the second half of the programme. 

Tickets are available here on a pay-as-you-wish basis at S$10, S$20, S$30, or S$50 until 18 December, 5PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 6PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time).

TGIF Music Station December

When: 4 & 18 December, 8PM

TGIF Music Station is back to brighten up every first and third Friday of the month. This December, the popular music showcase series is presenting performances by Dawn Yeoh, Lin Si Tong and Sherraine Law, as well as Wang Weiliang and Bunz on 4 December; while Tosh Rock, Haylee Woo and Jaylee Woo, in addition to MengFM are set to join the last showcase of the month on 18 December. The event is held in collaboration with Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC) and YES 93.3 radio station, which will be available for streaming live on SCCC and Cross Ratio Entertainment's Facebook pages.

For more information, click here.


When: 17-19 December, 7PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Jazz at Play: 7 Songs at Christmas’ promise is in its name – the programme will include two 45-minute sets of seven songs for each evening, namely a Christmas tune, a favourite jazz classic, an original composition, two songs that represent 2020 and 2021, and also two dedications selected from the audience. Brought to life by artists Wei 5, Alemay Fernandez, and Aaron James Lee Group, Richard Jackson for the first night; Rani Singam and Rit Xu Group for the second; and finally The Steve McQueens and Regi Leo for the third, this will be an uplifting session in celebration of Christmas and jazz for a laidback evening. 

Tickets are available here at $50 for in-venue, and $120 for a bundle of 3. 

A Brief History of Jazz by Professor Jeremy Monteiro & Friends

When: 12 December, 4.30PM

Explore and enjoy performances of jazz music’s evolution through the ages! Dating all the way back to the early 1900s to present day, the talk will explore the evolution of jazz and at the same time, you will be treated to delightful jazz tunes performed by established jazz veteran, Professor Jeremy Monteiro along with award-winning flutist, Rit Xu, and bassist, Siheng Teng. 

Tickets are priced at S$5, with special early bird pricing at S$4 up till 5 December. Get tickets here.


When: 12 December, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8PM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time)

After the first part of its series, Imprint in November, 傳承 is back in December to showcase music compositions by various talents. Witness performances by the Kids' Philharmonic, Benedict Ng, He Miya, Joost Christaan Flach, and more; while taking pleasure in pieces created by 10-year-old music prodigy Nathanael Koh, as well as Phoon Yew Tien, Liu Zhiyue, and Ng Yuhng. This is the final concert of Imprint & 傳承, so don't miss this rare opportunity to catch some of the most exciting classical musicians in action!

Tune in to the final concert of Imprint & 傳承 here.


When: 12 and 13 December, 1pm, 2.15pm, 3.30pm and 4.45pm (SG/PH/MY Standard Time)

An immersive sonic journey that draws inspiration from the existentialist notion essentiality, the tracks are arranged in a way that it flows like a guided meditation, woven with original compositions, instructions, dialogue, Foley and field recordings. Held at the Victoria Theatre, the programme will bring participants on a unique journey as they will get to encounter the work at the recommended location to get the fully immersive, interactive, sonic experience.

Tickets are free. Sign up here.


When: 18 November to 6 December

A special edition of the in-conversation series Unboxing New Music is coming to classical fans! Enlisted with the help of composers in the region including Yii Kah Hoe from Malaysia, Isang Yun from Korea, Claude Vivier from Canada, and Koh Cheng Jin from Singapore, Unboxing New Music: Sounds of Asia will feature a full-length digital concert to celebrate diversity, in addition to in-depth discussions on their lives, inspirations, and creations. It’s also your chance to catch a glimpse of the newly-minted Singaporean group, Ensemble Æquilibrium.

Tickets are available here on a pay-as-you-wish basis at S$10, S$15, or S$20 from 18 November to 6 December.


When: 28 November, 8PM

The third edition of Malay Youth Music Festival GALA LAGA is here to shake up Singapore’s music scene. Hosted by radio and entertainment veterans Najip Ali and Fiza O, the lineup this year boasts many recognisable names, including Aisyah Aziz, Fariz Jabba, Bani Haykal, OMS Belia, Faizal Salim, Deformed, The Its, NADA, Namie and Ismahairie, and Rico Setiabudi and Syafiq Halid. Topped off with finalists El Bonekas, Amanda Ong, Arshad Sunday, and Batidas Centro & Ardi Arjuna, this annual event championing cross-genre music, especially for budding artists, is not to be missed. 

Stay updated by following GALA LAGA’s event page here, and watch the live stream on 28 November, 8PM on Wisma Geylang Serai’s Facebook and YouTube, as well as Bandwagon’s Facebook page.

Rock and Indie Festival at LASALLE College of the Arts

When: 20 November, 6PM, 21 November, 1PM

The coronavirus isn't getting in the way of the party LASALLE is throwing for music lovers. In the fourth edition of RIF2020 (Rock and Indie Festival), the College of the Arts will be taking it online to showcase a bulk of up to 20 acts, available for streaming on Facebook and YouTube. Headlined by dream pop frontrunners Subsonic Eye, stay tuned for other amazing performances by familiar and rising stars in our local music pool including whirring, emmeline, Cravism, KEAT, Rangga Jones, Ilina Hats, Marian Carmel, Mae Koh, Tim De Cotta, Ridz Razali, Gareth Fernandez, The Momma Shop, Woes, NYH, FXTRT, CIRQA, Saints Among Sinners, Cherry Syrup, Building Fire, Astreal, and False Plaintiff. 

Stream RIF2020 on Facebook and YouTube


When: 21 & 22 November, 4PM

Majulah Live 2020 will be bringing a weekend full of fun and music with the most electrifying acts from Singapore the third week of November! On the first day, Majulah Comedy Live will unite Fakkah Fuzz, Rishi Budhrani, Jinx Yeo, and Sharul Channa for the Sons & Sister of Singapore Comedy; while headliners Aisyah Aziz, Jon Chua JX, and Estelle Fly, along with Tengyboy, SMSband, BGourd, Hairi Eyes, Jean Seizure and DSML, FAUXE and Shye, as well as Elsa Mickayla, will light up the stage on the second day at Majulah Music Live. The show is filmed at the Sands Theatre at Marina Bay Sands, so don't miss out on the rare visual spectacle.

General admission tickets for each day are priced at S$15, while all-access passes to both days at priced at S$25. Get your tickets here

Singapore Writers Festival: Music and the Social Conscience

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When: 8 November, 11:30AM - 12:30PM

As a form of art and expression, music comes with its own set of moral challenges, especially in this day and age of activism. Join in on a meaningful discussion with some of Singapore's most established artists, including singer-songwriter, Inch, frontman of Shak & The Baits, Shak, and hip-hop icon, Akeem Jahat, as they delve into the significance and role of music, its social obligations, and more. Moderated by Diana Rahim, this session is pre-recorded and will also be available on-demand. 

Festival passes are priced at $20. Get more information and your tickets here


When: 6-8 November

Singapore’s biggest alternative music festival is back for its second run this year. Rock out to bangers from a slew of talented homegrown acts such as M1LDL1FE, THELIONCITYBOY, .gif, ABANGSAPAU, Baybeats’ Budding Bands as well as renowned regional artists. Abiding by government regulations, some of the selected shows will be welcoming a small group of live audience into the centre, but all shows will be broadcast live from the Esplanade Concert Hall, Esplanade Theatre, and Esplanade Annexe Studio. Stream the full show via Baybeats Facebook and Youtube channels as well as Esplanade Offstage.  

For more information, click here


When: Premieres 24 October, 8PM, available until 7 November, 8PM 

The final instalment SSOPlayOn! will be on 24 October, and they’re ending it with a bang. Celebrating the well-known Baroque composer J. S. Bach, Darrell Ang will take the stage to conduct the remarkable Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G major, as well as the Orchestral Suites Nos. 1 & 3. 

Tickets will be on a pay-as-you-wish basis from $10 onwards. For more information, click here.

Republic Polytechnic’s Reflections Arts Festival

When: 19 October to 6 November

Artists all across the board have proven to be resilient over this trying period of time, and Republic Polytechnic’s Reflections Arts Festival will tell that story, but on a wider scale. Themed Global Local, Reflections showcases how Singapore has evolved along the global landscape, interpreted by homegrown artists and students of Republic Polytechnic. The 16 virtual events include performances, workshops, film screenings, a webinar, and even a vodcast series featuring the Jazz Association Singapore (JASS) and Red Dot Baroque. Along the way, you might even learn how to dance and make music and art – and don't forget to catch guest artists and speakers including the likes of RiideM, Zaini Tahir, The Necessary Stage, and more!

Free admission. Events will be livestreamed on YouTube or held on Zoom. Follow Reflections Arts Festival on Instagram and Facebook for updates.


When: 30 October, 7PM (ID/TH Standard Time) or 8PM (SG/PH/MY Standard Time)

For those who can’t get enough of JJ Lin’s new album ‘Drifter Like You Do’ and crave to hear the live version, you are in for a treat. The Mandopop artist is holding a livestream concert on Friday, 30 October on his official YouTube channel. He will also be premiering the official music video for English single, ‘While I Can’. 

For more information on the livestream concert, visit JJ Lin's official website or his Instagram page

The Freshman “Expectations vs. Reality” Live Recording Show

When: 18 October, 8PM

In celebration of their 10th anniversary, The Freshman are holding their virtual concert on 18 October, 8PM on YouTube. Don't miss the one-time opportunity and broadcast as they perform live at The Freshman "Expectations vs Reality" Live Recording Show!

The Freshman are a Mandopop duo with hits like '放不下的活着', '有空记得约我', and more in their discography.

Follow them on Facebook for updates.

SG:SW I Write The Songs

When: 17 & 18 October, 7PM

The fourth edition of SG:SW I Write The Songs is happening this weekend! After an intense islandwide call earlier this year, delve into the intricacies and mechanics of songwriting with industry professionals and shortlisted songwriters who will showcase their works. Guest artists Teresa Tseng and Hong Junyang will also be performing, showing their support for homegrown musicians.

Livestream the event on Facebook here.

*SCAPE Music Day Out!

When: 16 to 18 October

The annual event *SCAPE Music Day Out! (MDO), which showcases and promotes local indie music, is back again this year and will be livestreamed on YouTube. Featuring performances by singer-songwriter, RENE, indie-electronic duo, .gif, indie synthpop-band, whirring, and rising acts like Advaitha, and Tengyboy, fans can also look forward to post-event interviews for insight into their musical journey, creative processes, and more. Topics such as Survival Tips for Independent Musicians, Shifts in the Regional and Local Music Scenes, and The Future of Tech in Music Industry, will also be covered in discussions by a regional industry panel featuring veterans, and *SCAPE Music Day Out!’s Demo Drop will also help give budding artists one leg up in the music industry. An exciting lineup of activities for those who love and make music alike.

For more information, click here

Sing Lit Sounds

When: 8 & 16 October, 7PM to 10.30PM

Sing Lit Station is organising their inaugural Singaporean literature-themed dance party, ‘Sing Lit Sounds’. The first of its kind disco party will be held over group video chatting platform, Discord, and to celebrate Singaporean literature, the event will pay homage to our three official languages - Malay, Chinese and Tamil. 

Headlined by favourite local artists, .gif, Mantravine, and Fauxe, the auditory and textual experience will be like no other. Artists will debut their 30-minute song track produced specially for this event, which was created by incorporating Sing Lit extracts from six writers and song mixes of voice samples from writers and poets themselves. Other activities lined up include literary readings, open-mic for all languages, all-night discos and even an AMA (Ask-Me-Anything) intimate session with the featured artists.

Ticket admissions to the event are free. For those that want to take it up a notch and maximise the fun, you can purchase a limited edition fun pack for $8 each or get a pack of four for $24, which will entitle you to your own 4-pax private Discord channel during the disco party. 

For more information, visit the website and get tickets here.

TGIF Music Station October

When: 2 & 16 October, 12:30PM and 8PM

Taking place every first and third Friday of the month, TGIF Music Station organises special lunchtime (12:30PM) and evening (8PM) performances that feature homegrown artists and their original works. This month, look forward to singer-songwriter Isaac Yong, Mandopop icon Tay Kewei, Campus Superstar finalist Ben Hum, duo StellaVee, and even Mediacorp talents Desmond Ng and Alfred Sim. The event is held in collaboration with Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC) and YES 93.3 radio station, which will be available for streaming live on SCCC and Cross Ratio Entertainment's Facebook page.

For more information, click here.

Flock at the Nest

When: 9 October, 8PM

Music event programmers, 24OWLS, is holding inaugural ‘Flock at the Nest’, an online music showcase series for artists to present their original compositions live. The first show promises an intimate session with homegrown musicians, Benjamin Kheng, Marian Carmel, and lewloh, where they share different and unseen sides of their artistry with viewers. 

Broadcast from a brand new space – The Nest, located within the preserved Pasir Panjang Power Station – fans will get a chance to purchase a ticket package and enjoy the show with a wide array of specially concocted beverages, delivered to their doorstep. 

The 'Enjoy Me Time' ticket package for $40 will entitle you access to the video live stream and a mocktail/cocktail of your choice. Ticket packages for couples and families are available as well. 

For more information and to buy tickets, click here


When: Premieres 26 September, 8PM, available until 10 October, 8PM

Kahchun Wong, the first Asian to win the international Gustav Mahler Conducting Competition  for young conductors, will be holding a virtual concert with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra on 26 September. Held at the Esplanade, it will open with Debussy’s mesmerising Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune (Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun), followed by Wagner’s Siegfried Idyll before ending with Shostakovich’s Chamber Symphony (an orchestral arrangement of the composer’s String Quartet No.8, created by Rudolf Barshai) – a feast for those who love to immerse themselves in classical music!

Tickets will be on a pay-as-you-wish basis from $10 onwards. For more information, click here.


When: 26 September, 10 AM to 10 PM (ID/TH Standard Time), 11 AM to 11 PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Peatix Live will be having their own virtual festival on 26 September, called The Peatix Online Event Festival 2020. The event will be presented by event organisers from Singapore and Malaysia to bring forth an exciting slew of programmes, including music shows and workshops.

Catch performances by theatrical project Liver & Lung, a family-friendly beatboxing crash course delivered by Beatz inc Music, live musical acts by Crossroads Vol. 2 which includes a live-chat with Bakers In Space and per[sona, live sessions by Masia One and previews of her upcoming release Freedom Fades, an acoustic singer-songwriter event presented by AEW with Dani Komari and a special guest performer, and more. 

Buy your tickets here.  

ROCK WITH US: Online Charity Concert

When: 23 September, 9PM 

Online concerts, but for a good cause. The ROCK WITH US concert organised by IMC Live Global will be donating the funds raised to help out underprivileged children from Darul Ihsan Orphanage Singapore, dedicated to providing care and education to Muslim orphans and Muslim children in need. The funds will be mainly utilised for essential dorm repair and renewal efforts. Fans can look forward to a star-studded lineup featuring Angela Zhang, Joi Chua, Weibird, jazz legend Jeremy Monteiro with Alemay Fernandez, and more.

You may stream the concert on multiple platforms including IMC Live Global Facebook and Youtube page. For more information and to make a donation, click here. 

Intimate Moments 乐享时光: Zhang Si Jing and Friends

When: Premieres 12 September, 8PM, available until 26 September, 8PM

Intimate Moments is the perfect occasion for you to dip your toes in classical musical performances if you’re intimidated by their usually traditional and serious settings. Supported by Lianhe Zaobao, this concert is co-hosted in Mandarin by SSO’s first violinist Zhang Si Jing and journalist Zhang Heyang, taking you on a heart-to-heart trip from the Eastern to the Western parts of the world. The programme also includes chamber works by J. S. Bach, Paganini, Handel, Dvořák and Kelly Tang.

Tickets will be on a pay-as-you-wish basis from $5 onwards. For more information, click here.

Life's a Beach 

When: 16 September, 6PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time) 

We may not be able to head out to beaches with our big group of friends right now, but we can join an online beach-themed mini music festival. Planned by Bandwagon and EBX Live!, the virtual concert will feature Singaporean R&B band, brb., solo songstress, Elsa Mickayla, and electronic music producer, Duumu. Filmed at 222 Arts Club, the intimate session will include Q&A sessions as well as loads of live interaction and games with fans. You can stream the event live on Bandwagon's Youtube channel, Twitch, and Facebook and Twitter channels. It's a one-night-only exclusive event so there won't be any replays. Don't miss out!

For more information, click here.


When: 13 September, 7PM (TH/ID Standard Time) or 8PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

End your week with a do-good-feel-good livestream led by renowned Japanese jazz pianist Aya Sekine, who will be teaming up with veteran American bassist Christy Smith and young Singaporean jazz drummer Aaron James Lee for a good cause. Accompanied by special guests Oklahoman saxophonist Shawn Letts and also Singapore’s very own singer-songwriter, Tim De Cotta, all of the viewer proceeds will go to the Education and Scholarships Fund at NACCP (National Association of Advancement of Colored People), the largest and most widely recognised civil rights organisation in the US.

Tickets will be on a pay-as-you-wish basis, with a suggested fee of $20 per household. For more information, click here.

#ClearlyTheBestYou Livestream Concert 

When: 12 September, 8:30PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time)

Following the launch of the #ClearlyTheBestYou campaign to mark the release of their latest OPPO Reno4 Pro in Singapore, the mobile company is starting a livestream concert series with a focus on young musicians. Mediacorp artist JJ Neo, will be opening the first session with the campaign theme song 'Clearly The Best You' which was sung and produced by her. Other artists scheduled to perform are Ben Hum, husband-wife duo Yulun Chong and Rachel Toh, and Charlie Lim who will be wrapping up the show in December.

Register for the livestream concert here. 


When: 12 September 

For the third show of their livestream series, 'Suspended In This Disaster: Volume 3', The Basement Studio will be bringing the virtual crowd two post-rock bands to jam the night away. Forget all your worries with Tranquil, a 5-man band freshly formed in 2019 presenting a promising mish mash of math and post-rock; as well as Hardihood, a punk rock band due to release their third studio release with Destination:Unknown. Diving into the realm of soundscaping, you might even forget that you're in fact at home, or one of the hottest recording and rehearsal spots in Singapore. 

Catch the livestream here.

Red Dot August

When: 1 August - 7 September

Celebrating things that make us uniquely Singaporean, Esplanade is hosting a month-long worth of festivities in honour of the homeland. Featuring homegrown artists and their original and creative artworks, the event will include everything from music to art to literature to films, all alongside special deals for retail and F&B spaces at the Esplanade. Don't miss out this month of fun and art!

Find out more here.


When: 29 August, 8PM

Following in the footsteps of Mozart, Stravinsky explored the Neo-classical tradition in some of his works, taking inspiration from the Classical characteristics of Mozart's works. This concert will explore the relationships between Mozart and Stravinsky's individual takes on Classical - with Mozart's Adagio and Fugue in C minor, K. 546, Serenade in E-flat K. 375, as well as Stravinsky's Apollo and Octet.

Tickets will be on a pay-as-you-wish basis from $10 and sales will start on 4 August on Sistic's website. For more information, check out SSO's website here


When: 21 - 23 August, 8PM

A stronghold in Singapore's music scene, the yearly 3-day festival is the place to be to get a glimpse of the country's diverse musical acts and to rock out to some killer tunes. Armed with the mission to bring the good ol' indie alternative experience right to our homes, Baybeats Online will be split into five sections - Baybeats Unplugged, Chapalang Sessions, Observation Deck, #BaybeatsThrowback, and In Bed with Baybeats. This year, festival-goers can expect to see live performances from YAØ, ANECHOIS, Iman’s League, Every Rage I Seek, Two Seas, hausteCharlie Lim, Annette Lee, Bakers In Space, LEW, Forests, Mannequins, and more. 

Watch the livestream via the festival's Facebook page and Esplanade Offstage.

Decibel Livestream

When: 23 August, 5PM

Local viral violinist M Drako has long been one of the Internet's hidden gems, pushing unique renditions of popular songs including Avenged Sevenfold's 'Afterlife', and Slipknot's 'Unsainted'. This coming 23 August, the violin extraordinaire is taking our screens for an online concert, alongside musicians Jonan Wong and Mavis Goh.

Watch the livestream here

JASS@HOME – Swinging in Singapore: A Celebration of Singapore’s 55th Birthday

When: 23 August, 8PM

Extending the National Day fun, the Jazz Association Singapore Orchestra (JASSO) led by local jazz icon Jeremy Monteiro, will be performing jazz renditions of popular Singapore classics, as well as familiar songs from the region. The lineup of artists include Alemay Fernandez, Rudy Djoe, and Melissa Tham, as well as Shabir Tabare Alam who will be performing with JASSO for the first time. JASS@Home will also mark the premiere of “The Lion Roars Again” by JASS Associate Director Weixiang Tan!

Watch the livestream on JASSO's official Facebook page and YouTube channel.


When: 15 August, 8PM

Join the Singapore Symphony Orchestra in their annual celebration of the Nation's birthday. Conducted by Darrell Ang, featuring Benjamin Kheng, Kshirja Govind, Khairudin Saharom, and more, the orchestra will perform premieres of local compositions as well as National Day classics such as 'Home', 'Count on Me Singapore', and 'Majulah Singapura'.

Tickets will be on a pay-as-you-wish basis from $5 and sales will start on 4 August on Sistic's website. For more information, check out SSO's website here.

The Basement Studio: Suspended in this Disaster Volume 1

When: 14 August, 8:30PM

Local recording studio The Basement Studio is hosting its first-ever livestream show for their series, Suspended In This Disaster Volume 1. The first of 3,  the series showcase up and coming bands amidst the ongoing pandemic which has halted live gigs and put a significant strain on the arts community. The show will feature 3 local bands - Terrestrea, Seavision, and Allegiance.


When: 10 August, 8PM

In an ode to Singapore's birthday, Gardens By The Bay and Mediacorp will be hosting an immersive hour-long concert featuring some of the best names in Singapore music. Hosted by radio DJ Jean Danker, the celebratory concert will see performances from Taufik Batisah, iNCH, Yung Raja, and NDP 2020 Theme Song singer, Nathan Hartono. There will also be a special rendition of 'Home' sung by President Halimah Yacob and Mr Mohamed, accompanied by Desmond Tan, JJ Neo and Taufik Batisah. Don't miss out!

Watch the livestream on Channel 5meWatch, or on meWatch's official YouTube Channel


When: 8 August, 8PM

Singaporean arts and music group, The TENG Ensemble is launching their first-ever digital concert! In response to the ongoing pandemic, the musical group brings all of their programmes and performances online to reach their beneficiaries and raise funds for homes and hospices all over the country. The TENG Ensemble will be showcasing the fifth instalment of Where The River Flows.

Watch the livestream here.

14th National Day Sing-Along

When: 8 August, 8PM

Organised by Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations and Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre, celebrate your love for Singapore by singing along to some familiar tunes. From the comfort of your home, join in the fun and sing out to 'Home', 'The Stream That Flows Forever', 'Voices From My Heart', and more alongside local singers Abby Lai and 阿Win. 

Watch the livestream on Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations' Facebook page, Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre's Facebook page, or Capital 958 FM's Facebook Page. You can also participate by registering for their Zoom session here


When: 1 August, 8PM

The first of the Singapore Symphony Orchestra's August lineup will take place online, with Debussy and Stravinsky. Join the SSO's new chief conductor Hans Graf in a strings journey from Debussy's string quartet (arr. string ensemble), Danses sacrée et profane for Harp & Strings, L.103, and a finale of Dvorak's Serenade in D minor for Wind Instruments, Cello & Doublebass, Op. 44.

Tickets are on a pay-as-you-wish basis, starting from $10. Get them on Sistic here.


When: Every 25th of the month from May to September, from 9PM

Singaporean producers Halal Sol, Fauxe, Evanturetime, Intriguant, and LINEATH will mix songs by local artists Vandetta, FARIZ JABBA & omarKENOBI, YUNG RAJA, and more. The livestream sessions will take place from the producer's studio and will be followed by a Q&A segment with Bobby Tonelli.

Watch the livestream here.


When: 9Pm, Every Wednesday

Singer-songwriter Yokez will be livestreaming on Facebook live every Wednesday. 

Watch the livestream here

Joanna Dong

When: 10PM, Every Thursday 

Joanna Dong will be livestreaming on Facebook Live. In a post, she writes that she's trying to "settle into a regular day and time in the week so that you can better anticipate when the next Jie Jie Time will be", adding that Thursdays "look good for now". 

Watch the livestream here

It's Live! with Miss Lou

When: 8PM, Every Friday

Miss Lou will be performing original songs and covers of live song requests during her livestream concerts every Friday at 8PM on Youtube. There is also a virtual tip jar via an on-screen Paynow QR code and PayPal details for donations of any amount. Miss Lou will be performing themed shows, such as Jazz Night on 29 April and Mandopop Night on 1 May. 

Watch the livestream here


When: 10PM, Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 

estellefly will be livestreaming on Twitch every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 10pm, where she'll also be playing games such as OVERWATCH, Sims, Animal Crossing. 

Tonight (27/04), she will be performing K-pop classics by SNSD, 2NE1, SHINee, and more.

Watch the livestream here

The Daniel Chia Show

When: 8PM, Thursdays and Saturdays; 11AM, Fridays

Daniel Chia will be performing his originals and covers of pop and jazz tunes during his livestreams. He will also be taking audience’s real-time song requests. There will also be a virtual tip jar via the on-screen paynow QR code and Paypal details for viewers to make donations of any amount. 

Watch the livestreams here

Beethoven 360 - Ode To Joy

When: 30 July, 8PM

In celebration of classical music legend, Ludwig van Beethoven’s 250th birthday anniversary, the ground-breaking musical movement Beethoven 360 will bring together over 1000 participants from all over the world for a digital performance of 'Ode To Joy' from the composer's Ninth Symphony. The movement will be bridging musicians and music lovers from 25 nations, and 36 orchestras, including Chicago Symphony, Dresden Boys Choir, Hong Kong Philharmonic, London Philharmonic, and Nuremberg Symphony. The performance will be led by one of Singapore's most prominent conductors, Maestro Kahchun Wong.

Watch the livestream on The Straits' Times official Facebook and YouTube pages. For more information, visit Beethoven 360's official website.

Jazz In July

When: 8-31 July, at 8PM daily.

Esplanade's month-long Jazz festival will be presented online this year for the first time. Jazz in July will feature 24 unique pairings of 43 Singapore-based Jazz artists including Louis Soliano, Rani Singam, Alemay Fernandez, Aya Sekine, Chok Kerong, and more. Performances are set to run throughout the week, with vocal performances from Saturdays to Mondays and instrumental duos from Tuesdays to Fridays, there is plenty to look forward to.

Watch the livestream on Esplanade Offstage and Esplanade's Facebook page.

JJ Lin on IG Live 

When: 29 July, 9:30PM

While posting a picture on Instagram, the Mandopop artist announces that he will be hosting an impromptu IG Live at 9:30PM tonight. Most famous for his songs 'Those Were The Days' and 'Practice Love', and for winning the Best New Artist award in the Taiwan Golden Melody Awards in 2003, JJ Lin most recently formed a new e-sports team. You don't want to miss catching up with JJ Lin.

Watch the livestream here

Jam With Discover

When: 26 July, 8pm

Best known for their heartfelt duet 'Red Flags', Indie singer-songwriters LEW and Joie Tan will perform a range of originals for fans to enjoy. Fans can also look forward to a Q&A session with the artists as well as a dialogue session between the two, who are also good friends. 

Hosted on Zoom, the tickets for the show are $10 each and they can be purchased here.

Jam with Discover

When: 19 July, 8:30pm

Gear up for a Mandopop night, as a soulful trio consisting of Wei Lun (formerly from TSL), Zi Jie (from NOC), and Wong Ah Wong (from Cold Cut Duo) will perform covers of their favourite JJ Lin and Eric Chou songs. They will also be taking live song requests from audiences during the show.

Hosted on Zoom, the tickets for the show are $10 each and they can be purchased here.

UNHEARD Online Charity Concert

When: 18 July, 9PM

Organised by Vine Music Studio and co-organised by Where Are The Fruits, UNHEARD is an online concert charity concert in support of of Daughters of Tomorrow's Power Up Online programme, that is determined to help underprivileged women during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis by providing technology access, bridging courses and career training. 

This digital spectacular features an exciting lineup from all over the world with artists in the likes of Annette Lee, Miss Lou, HubbaBubbas, Marian Carmel, Amni Musfirah, and so much more.

Watch the livestream on Vine Music Studio's Facebook and Instagram pages. 

She Shines SG – Hear Her INSPIRE – 2nd Chances

When: 17 July, 8PM - 9PM

Determined to inspire and entertain, She Shines SG is a music-filled event featuring some of Singapore's most inspiring and talented women. Hosted by Michelle SgP, viewers can expect to watch exciting musical performances from Beverly Morata, Sara Elouisa, and Jessica Irawan and hear empowering stories from author Lillian Ong. 

Watch the livestream on She Shines SG's official Facebook page.

TGIF Music Station

When: 3 July and 17 July, 12:30PM and 8PM onwards

TGIF Music Station, a collaboration between Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre and YES 93.3FM, will return in July, with livestream music performances fortnightly by local Mandarin artists. The lineup includes Aggy Low, Goh Mingwei, Bonnie Loo, Derrick Hoh, Sherman Zhuo, Jocie Guo, Alred Sim, Gao Mei Gui, and will be hosted by YES 93.3FM DJs Hazelle Teo and Chen Qijia. 

Watch the livestream on Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre's Facebook page here.

ChildAid 2020 - Virtually Yours

When: 15 July, 8PM

Organised by The Straits Times and The Business Times, ChildAid is an annual charity concert that aims to raise funds for The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund and The Business Times Budding Artists Fund. This year around, it's going virtual! The concert will feature state-of-the-art technology, providing a 360-degree view and surround-sound to fully immerse viewers into the digital concert. Viewers can expect to watch spectacular musical performances from Jasmine Sokko, Nathan Hartono, Benjamin Kheng, Jeremy Monteiro, Kachun Wong, and more, including international acts. 

Watch the livestream via The Straits Times' websiteFacebook or Youtube

Music Matters Live From Home: Season 2 Finale

When: 15 July, 9PM

In the last session of Music Matters Live Season 2, the Philippines' QUEST returns alongside Singapore's Tabitha Nauser, Malaysia's Lil J and Indonesia's Mikha Angelo for an exciting night of music, laughter and fun. They will also be debuting a collaboration especially made for the Season finale. This is something you definitely don't want to miss!

Watch the livestream on Music Matters Live Facebook and YouTube channels and Visit Singapore’s Facebook page weekly from June 3 2020.

Jam With Discover

When: 27 June, 8:30PM - 10PM

Mandopop singer-songwriter Yokez and E&R will be performing on Discover by Circles.Life this Saturday night on Zoom. Tickets are priced at $10 and you may purchase them here.

Digital Shilin

When: 12-14 June and 19-21 June

Local artists The Freshman, Nat Wu, Yokez, and Marcus Lee will perform from 6-6:20PM on 13, 14, 20, and 21 June respectively.

Watch the livestream here.

Hear65 Sing Along SG Session #4

When: 7.30PM, 30 May

The final session of digital karaoke series Hear65 Sing Along SG, will end of with Shak'Thiya, Joanna Dong, Jeremy Monteiro (joined by Jacintha Abishegenaden, Melissa Tham, and Alemay Fernandez), and Charlie Lim.

Watch the livestream here.

Zouk Phuturescapes

When: 11AM, 30 May - 1 June

The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) and Zouk have joined forces to kick off June with Zouk Phuturescapes, taking place this last weekend of May. The event will feature three virtual parties and will see performances by home-grown talent Benjamin Kheng, Jasmine Sokko, and Yung Raja. 

Register for the parties here

One Love Asia 

When: 8PM, 27 May

Catch Yung Raja and Fariz Jabba at the four-hour concert, One Love Asia, in support of UNICEF. 

Watch the livestream here.

Cross Ratio Episode 3 

When: 9PM, 27 May

The third episode of Cross Tok will bring Derrick Hoh, Alfred Sim, Jocie Guo, and Gao Meigui together for a night of games and song.

Watch the livestream here.  

Music For A Cause

When: 4PM, 28 - 29 May

Music For A Cause will be holding a festival across two days to raise funds for musicians, hawkers, and frontline workers affected by the coronavirus. Tune in this week to catch Gareth Fernandez, Linying, Dru Chen, Joie Tan, Charlie Lim, and more. 

Watch the livestream here

Hear65 Sing Along SG

When: 23 May 

The Pinholes, Tabitha Nauser, THELIONCITYBOY, and RRILEY will be the first four artists in the lineup, with the shows hosted by Munah Bagharib. Starting this Saturday (23 May), Hear65 Sing Along SG will be streamed live on Hear65's Youtube and Twitch channels and Bandwagon's Facebook and Twitter pages from 7:30pm. Audiences can also donate to the artists and musicians via Hear65's Twitch page.

Watch the livestream here

Gluestick Fest ft Charlie Lim & Tabitha Nauser

When: 23 - 24 May 

Hong Kong music platform Gluestick will be delivering a stellar line-up this weekend, featuring our homegrown artists Charlie Lim and Tabitha Nauser. 

Watch the livestream here

#HydeAtHome with Myrne

When: 23 May 

Singapore’s largest multi-genre music festival will be bringing the dance party to your doorstep with DJ Myrne this Saturday (23/05). He will be playing an electrifying one-hour set on Hydeout's Instagram Live.

Watch the livestream here

At Home With Marcus


When: 20 May

Singer-songwriter Marcus Lee will be performing live from his home on Facebook and Instagram Live this Wednesday (20/05). The livestream is free to watch, but fans can show support by purchasing tickets here

Watch the livestream here

Cross Tok Episode 2

When: 9PM, 20 May 

Derrick Hoh and Alfred Sim will return for the second episode of Cross Tok, which will also feature Tay Kexin from MICapella and Soph T. Tune in to find out the projects they've been working on and be treated to intimate live singing sessions on 20 May. 

Watch the livestream here.


When: 9PM, 19 May 

M1LDL1FE will be streaming their first online hangout session on Facebook and Instagram Live, where they will be discussing upcoming projects and even giving fans a sneak preview of their new single, 'Small Lanes'. 

Watch the livestream here

Cross Tok Episode 1

When: 13 May 

Tune into CROSS RATIO Entertainment's Facebook this Wednesday night (13/05) to catch Derrick Hoh, Tay Kewei, Alfred Sim, and Sherman Zhuo perform. Livestreamed weekly, Cross Tok is a programme that will present different artists with a variety of content and curated themes every week. 

Watch the livestream here



When: 13 May
DJ Ghetto will be livestreaming his set this Wednesday night. Get ready for Big Room, Hardstyle, and Hip Hop beats that will be sure to leave you floored.
Watch the livestream here

Take Back The Nights Episode 2

When: 9PM, 9 May

Take Back The Nights is a new online concert series that celebrates live music by Singaporeans. Jack & Rai will be returning for Take Back The Night's second beta-test livestream, and will be joined by Izat Ibrahim. 

Watch the livestream here

Gomo x Zouk: SESSIONS with SIN CITY

When: 6 May

Gomo x Zouk SESSIONS is part of Zouk Digital's online party programming featuring live sets of pre-recorded signature nights. This Wednesday will see DJ Nashd & Rattle taking over the roster as they take you on a ride of Hip Hop's finest selects and the hottest R&B jams. 

Watch the livestream here


When: 5 May

Bittymacbeth will be holding her first livestream tonight, where she will perform acoustic originals, covers, and song requests. Her music video for 'GET BETTER. NOT BITTER.' will also premiere on Youtube at 9.30PM.  

Watch the livestream here

#KeepMusicAlive with Too Much Drama 

When: 2 -3 May 

Too Much Drama boosts a varied multilingual repertoire of song covers. Tune into Switch SG's Facebook Live to catch their livestream.

Watch the livestream here

Take Back The Nights Episode 1 MusicAlive

When: 2 May 

Take Back The Nights is a new online concert series that celebrates live music by Singaporeans. "We hear about a lot of artists having their concerts cancelled, but we sometimes forget about the ancillary industry that goes on around that. Take Back The Nights aims to give affected artists and crew the ability to earn a living, even as venues remain closed and events remain cancelled," TBTN's project lead, Audrey Lim, shares. 

Episode 1 features performances by Jack and Rai, Fingerfunk, and David Siow. 

Watch the livestream here

Senoko Energy presents Power Gig

When: 1 - 3 May

Senoko Energy will be presenting a weekend-long online music festival to raise funds for Community Chest's The Invictus Fund which will help deliver critical services to vulnerable communities affected by COVID-19. 

Jocie Guo, Derrick Hoh, Kenny Khoo, and Benjamin Kheng are set to headline the virtual festival, with other acts such as Boon Hui Lu, Serene Koong, Gao Mei Gui, Sara Wee, and Inch Chua performing on Mediacorp Yes 933's Facebook Live on 1 May, 4PM. Other local artists such as Miss Lou, Haneri Milliona, and Dru Chen will be livestreaming performances from home on their Instagram live till 3 May. 

Watch the livestream here. Check out the Power LIVE Segment here.  

Red Spade x Where Music Unites

When: 1 May 

Red Spade hosted their first installation of 'Where Music Unites', an online collaboration with Wheeler's Estate and EBX, featuring The Jumpstart. 

Watch the livestream here


MML From Home: Coming Up Roses

When: 30 April  

Alt-rock quartet Coming Up Roses will be bringing their music to you via Music Matters' Instagram Live on 30 April. 

Watch the livestream here

#KeepMusicAlive with 53A

When: 28 - 29 April

53A will be performing from their homes on Timbre's Facebook Live. Tune in to catch them cover songs from Guns N' Roses' 'Sweet Child Of Mine' to Ed Sheeran's 'Perfect'. 

Watch the livestream here

Female Homies: Weish 

When: 24 April

Weish played a two-song bedroom set on 24 April in celebration of .gif's album, Hail Nothing, which launched that same day. 

Watch the livestream here

#KeepMusicAlive with SuperSonic 

When: 25 - 26 April

SuperSonic performed on Timbre's Facebook live on 25 and 26 April. 

Watch the livestream here

#KeepMusicAlive with NationOne

When: 21 - 22 April 

NationOne went live on 21 and 22 April. The band performed their top 10 favourite songs, from Alicia Keys' 'If I Ain't Got You' to Blackpink's 'Kill This Love'.

Watch the livestream here

Irwin 阿win

When: 20 April 

Sing along with Irwin 阿win to your favourite Mandpop songs during his livestream.

Watch the livestream here

Vans Live Takeover: Iman's League 

When: 17 April

Punk rock trio Iman's League took over Vans Singapore's Instagram Live on Thursday (16/04) for a Stay-at-Home session at 7PM. 


Watch the livestream here

Vans Live Takeover: Weish 

When: 19 April

Weish, one half of electronic act .gif, took over Vans Singapore's Instagram Live on Saturday (18/04) for a Stay-at-Home session from her bedroom at 7PM. 

Watch the livestream here

Karaoke Session with 阿win

When: 13 April

阿win will be doing a livestream at 9PM on his Facebook. Tune in and sing along tonight!

Watch the livestream here

Jasmine Sokko

When: 13 April 

Tune into Jasmine Sokko's livestream on Instagram Live at 8PM tonight, where she will be performing both old and new songs. 

Watch the livestream here

Joanna Dong


When: 8 April

Multi-hypenate Joanna Dong will be doing a livestream this Wednesday (08/04) on Instagram and Facebook Live. Suscribe to her telegram for updates on her livestream dates. 

Watch the livestream here

Fresh Outta Bed SG

When: 6 April

Fresh Outta Bed SG did a 2-hour livestream on Monday where they performed mostly Mandopop covers, featuring hits such as Eric Chou's '怎么了', G.E.M.'s '差不多姑娘', and more. 

Watch the livestream here

Two Of Us

When: 6 April 

Two Of Us partnered with Gold Online to perform an acoustic session featuring covers of popular Mandopop songs such as Pika Chiu's '太阳', Shirley Chan's '绿色', and more.  

Watch the livestream here

The JumpStart

When: 6 April

The JumpStart performed song requests and dedications during their 2-hour livestream, ending their session with Wakin Chau's '朋友'. 

Watch the livestream here

Bandwagon x EBX Live: Karaoke Livestream Concert 

When: 4 April

Bandwagon and EBX Live team up to present Karaoke Livestream Concert. If you miss going to the KTVs and watching your favourite Singaporean artists perform live, you can enjoy this concert from the comfort of your living room and jam along with indie pop band M1LDL1FE and singer-songwriters Shye and YAØ. 

Watch the livestream here.

MML From Home: Inch Chua

When: 2 April

Inch Chua performed a selection of her most cherished songs: Dust That Moves, Wallflower, Artful Dodger and MouseDeer. The livestream also saw some special cat appearances. 

Watch the livestream here

North East Social Club Presents Biennale Finale 

When: 21 March

The closing show for Singapore Biennale 2019 at Gillman Barracks has been cancelled. However, the performances will be shifted to National Gallery Singapore, where the sets will be live-streamed on Facebook and Instagram. Updates with links to the livestream are expected to be announced soon. 

Find out more here

Youth Music Awards Singapore 2020 

When: 9PM SGT, 30 March 

The Youth Music Awards (YMA) is a platform to celebrate, honour and sustain made-in-Singapore music, and recognise the extraordinary achievements and contributions of local musicians. This year, it will be turned into an online award ceremony, and will be available for viewing via an online live stream on Facebook.

Watch the livestream here

Earth Hour 2020 

When: 5.30PM SGT, 28 March

For the first time, Singapore's Earth Hour will take the form of a three-hour digital live stream. The event will culminate in a symbolic lights-out at 8.30pm. Earth Hour 2020 - Live and Unplugged will feature live performances by prominent artists and conversations with leading environmental changemakers. The full lineup of performers is as follows: Benjamin Kheng, Inch Chua, Nathan Hartono, Fariz Jabba & Yung Raja, Preetipls, RRILEY, Sezairi, and Subhas

Watch the livestream here

JJ Lin 

When: 27 March

The Mandopop star will be livestreaming an online fanmeet, #JJ327LOVEWISHES直播, on 27 March, in commemoration of his birthday. Fans can look forward to connecting with the singer and celebrating the special day with him. Who knows—he might just sing a song or two. 

Find out more here

Esplanade Offstage


When: Ongoing

Even as Esplanade cancels its upcoming concerts, not all is lost. "With Esplanade Offstage, our online all-access backstage pass and insider’s guide to Singapore and Asian arts and culture, everyone can still stay connected to the arts through stories, videos, podcasts and more," they write in a post. Specially curated from Esplanade's archives, this series features performances by leading acts in Singapore and Asia. 

Watch the performances here


When: Ongoing 

Singapore Chinese Orchestra has rolled out a digital concert series to continue bringing music to everyone. The #DabaoSCOseries is released on a weekly basis, and can be found on thier Facebook page.

Watch the performances here