Benjamin Kheng, Sezairi and Charlie Lim will be performing Singapore’s biggest concerts since the country began its pandemic lockdown.
The three pop artists will play the Sands Theatre at Marina Bay Sands next Friday and Saturday (December 18 and 19). With 500 tickets available for each night, these shows – collectively named Back To Live – are the biggest concerts Singapore has seen since the start of its circuit breaker lockdown.
Kheng and Sezairi will play the first night, with support from Benjamin’s sister Narelle, rapper THELIONCITYBOY and Linying. Lim will headline the second, with special guests KEYANA and Aisyah Aziz. Tickets – with a one-day pass at $59 and two-day pass at $106 – are on sale now here.
The wait is over 🎵 Live music will soon fill the halls of the iconic Sands Theatre at Marina Bay Sands once again, as…
“Can’t believe we get to say this, but it’s happening. Very honored to be performing at the largest music show since circuit breaker,” Kheng said in an Instagram post.
“This year has been incredibly hard on all of us but together, we’ve made some incredible strides,” Sezairi wrote. “I can’t wait to show you what I’ve been working on in person and send some good vibrations your way. ”
On Instagram, Lim revealed that he will be performing three sets: solo acoustic, jazz quartert and a full band performance with his longtime group the Mothership.
Watch the trailer for the show here:
The time has come to bring live music back in Singapore and we're proud to team up with AEG Presents and Marina Bay Sands to present the largest LIVE show since circuit breaker with of course, safety measures in place for you to enjoy this experience in person! Catch Singapore’s brightest music stars’ Benjamin Kheng, Sezairi, Charlie Lim and special guests Narelle Kheng, THELIONCITYBOY, Linying , KEYANA and Aisyah Aziz on 18 and 19 December! #backtolivesg2020Limited tickets are available on https://bit.ly/collectivemindsasia
Posted by Collective Minds on Thursday, December 10, 2020
Back To Live is part of a Ministry of Health-funded Pre-Event Testing (PET) Pilot programme to reinvigorate the the country’s entertainment industry, with social distancing and safety measures in place for audiences. Notably, attendees must have tested negative for COVID-19 via an Antigen Rapid Test or Polymerase Chain Reaction test.