Cigarettes After Sex announce additional Singapore concert after first sells out

Cigarettes After Sex last performed in Singapore in 2018

Cigarettes After Sex have announced a second concert in Singapore next year after the first sold out.

The American dream pop group have announced a second show, which will take place on January 31, a day ahead of their originally announced – and now sold out – show at the Capitol Theatre on February 1. Both shows will mark their first concerts in the Lion City since their previous visit in 2018 for the Neon Lights festival.

Pre-sales for the January 31 show will begin on November 22 from 11am via SISTIC. However, concert promoters Now/Live have confirmed that only customers who were unable to secure tickets to the February 1 show will be allowed to purchase tickets with a two ticket limit. The pre-sale code that was previously supplied for the February 1 show will required when checking out tickets for the January 31 concert.


Tickets will be sold at SGD108 each. Get your tickets here.

Additionally, a limited number of Free Standing and Restricted View seats for the February 1 show are also being released. Now/Live notes that these tickets were previously reserved for production purposes, but are now being released to the public due to overwhelming demand.

In addition to their Singapore concert, the band were also recently added to the lineup of Lollapalooza’s expansion into India next year. Cigarettes After Sex are set to join Imagine Dragons and The Strokes at the Mahalaxmi Race Course in Mumbai on January 28 and 29 for the inaugural edition of Lollapalooza India, which will also feature Greta Van FleetDiplo, Japanese Breakfast and GOT7 member Jackson Wang among others.

Phase 1 tickets are now available via BookMyShow, with General Admission tickets priced at Rs8,999. VIP tickets are available ranging from Rs19,999 to Rs64,999.

Cigarettes After Sex’ most recent release came in the form of their 2020 single ‘You’re All I Want’, which followed their 2019 sophomore album ‘Cry’. The album included their previously released singles ‘Falling In Love’ and ‘Heavenly’, but did not feature their 2018 singles ‘Neon Moon’ and ‘Crush’.


The group released their self-titled debut album in 2017. The 10-track LP included all their previously released material except the tracks from their 2012 EP ‘EP I.’ and the subsequent 2015 comeback single ‘Affection’.