Singapore GP 2016 music lineup: Queen + Adam Lambert, Kylie Minogue, Bastille, Pentatonix and KC and the Sunshine Band
There's going to be something for everyone at this year's Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix in September. Whether you're into pop, disco, indie rock or acappella, race revellers can brace themselves for some of music's biggest names amid a revised stage layout (thanks, organisers!).
The first wave of headliners have been announced, which include Queen + Adam Lambert (who returns to Singapore after his performance at the New Year's Eve countdown last year) at the Padang Stage on Saturday, 17 September. For some feel-good pop, Aussie star Kylie Minogue will headline Friday, 16 September at the Padang Stage as well.
On the indie front, Englishmen Bastille will perform on Saturday, 17 September before the Formula 1 Qualifying session. To sing along acappella-style, Texas natives Pentatonix will perform at the Village Stage on Saturday, 17 September before the Formula 1® Qualifying session and the Esplanade Outdoor Theatre on Sunday, 18 September before the Formula 1 race. For those who wish to kick it old school, '70s disco favourites KC and The Sunshine Band will perform at the Village Stage on Friday, 16 September before Formula 1 Practice 2 session and the Esplanade Outdoor Theatre on Saturday, 17 September before Formula 1 Qualifying session. The Sunday headliner has yet to be announced.
Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix have also promised a better concert layout this time, ensuring that punters will not be as far as they were from the stage as previous years. They'll also add bigger screens on the far right and left of the stage for better views and an overall improved visual spectacle.
To view these acts, simply purchase any Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix ticket. Book tickets for the Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix here. For more stories on F1, click here.
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