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Formula 1 2022: Singapore GPSingapore GP Pte Ltd, the illustrious promoter of the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix, has disclosed a powerhouse entertainment line-up set to enliven the 2023 event with an electrifying ambience. The star-studded list includes international sensations like Post Malone, Robbie Williams, Kings of Leon, Culture Club, Groove Armada, and Madness and an eclectic mix of local and international talent. The entertainment program, featuring over 80 hours of exhilarating performances across three days, promises a captivating experience for spectators beyond the thrill of the Grand Prix itself.

From September 15 to 17, spectators can anticipate an impressive array of performances with 139 artists across 13 stages, adding to the adrenaline-fuelled F1 race action. Additionally, new acts have been added to the 88rising ensemble, establishing the most extensive performance line-up featured on the Zone 4 Padang Stage.

Aerial view of the Pit Straight with fully packed grandstands Credit Singapore GP Pte Ltd.

Aerial view of the Pit Straight with fully packed grandstands Credit Singapore GP Pte Ltd.

The 88rising ensemble, scheduled to perform on Friday, September 15 at the Zone 4 Padang Stage, is amplified by the inclusion of four additional acts, including the multilingual girl group XG from South Korea, Korean singer-songwriter BIBI, Thai hip-hop sensation MILLI, and the genre-blending Japanese girl group Atarashii Gakko!. These globally recognised performers each bring unique elements to the stage, promising a memorable showcase for fans.

American rock band Kings of Leon will make their debut Asian performance outside Japan as one of the headliners at the Zone 4 Padang Stage and Zone 1 Wharf Stage over the weekend. Globally revered for their alternative rock sounds, Kings of Leon have previously headlined the world’s most prestigious festivals, including Coachella, Glastonbury, and Lollapalooza.

British icons Culture Club, led by the flamboyant Boy George, will perform fan favourites at the Zone 1 Wharf Stage on Saturday, September 16. Boy George is also scheduled for an exclusive DJ set at the hospitality facility Twenty3 on Sunday, September 17.

To complement the international line-up, an array of local talents, such as R&B and soul band Astronauts, pop singer-songwriter Matilde G, and indie rock band Hijack Hayley, will entertain fans throughout the race weekend.

Moreover, the Circuit Park will also host exciting on-track and off-track activities, including F1 Drivers’ Meet & Greet sessions on 15 and 16 September at the Zone 1 Wharf Stage, and the return of support races Porsche Carrera Cup Asia and TSS The Super Series.

Adding to the viewing pleasure, the Singapore Flyer will offer complimentary rides to ticketholders of Zones 1 and 2 for a better view of the Marina Bay Street Circuit throughout the race weekend.

With high-demand tickets, Singapore GP has released additional limited tickets priced from S$888 for two new grandstands – Bayfront (Turn 17) and Raffles (Turn 5). All tickets provide access to the concerts at the Padang Stage in Zone 4. Fans can purchase these sought-after tickets from the official website, www.singaporegp.sg and from authorised ticketing partners.

This grandiose fusion of racing and music, celebrated in the heart of Singapore, promises to be a groundbreaking event that bridges international cultures, reinforcing Singapore Grand Prix’s stature as a world-class entertainment spectacle.




Written by: Jill Walsh