Neon Lights Festival 2019

Neon Lights Festival 2019

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Singapore’s very own premier outdoor music and arts festival is back again! Drawing a crowd of over 30,000 people over the past three editions, the festival never fails to bring an electrifying line-up of both international and local music acts, a dynamic arts programme, and of course lots of fun for everyone!

Headlined by top acts like Mumford & Sons, Honne and AURORA, Neon Lights has just announced the addition of 13 diverse acts coming from six different countries. New headliners Australian soul hero Nick Murphy (fka Chet Faker) and Canadian jazz/funk trio BadBadNotGood, as well as debut Singapore shows for Grammy-winning English electronic producer Mura Masa and American singer-songwriter Gus Dapperton.

Other international names include Australian psych-rock titans King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, DJ duo Fleetmac Wood, fast-rising Australians Cosmo’s Midnight, electronic-indie duo Joan, and Filipino-Irish singer-songwriter AndreaH.

Not forgetting our own local talents, folk-blues set-up Shak & the Baits, buzzy funk band MMLD and the lively roving party-starter Mariachi Viva Mexico have also joined the line-up.

The previous editions have proven that Neon Lights is more than just music – the whole experience is provided for attendees. Spicing up the above music acts, Neon Lights also gives us a sneak taster of some of its arts and non-musical entertainment.

To complement the main festivities at the main music stages, activities such as Neon Nooks and Silent Disco Asia will return to the festival across both days. For all attendees regardless of all ages, Bloco Singapura, South African visual artist Francois Knoetze and Neon Kids will also make appearances across both days of the weekend, and gourmet food and drinks will be available.

The two-day event runs from 23 - 24 Nov, at Fort Canning Green.
Tickets start from S$30 for children and S$108 for adults, available at and SISTIC.
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Neon Lights Festival Singapore 2019

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