Nathan Hartono, Aisyah Aziz, Lorong Boys to play Singapore’s Flock – The Xmas Edition concert

400-capacity shows at Pasir Panjang Power Station

Singaporean artists Nathan Hartono, Aisyah Aziz and Lorong Boys will perform at the concert Flock – The Xmas Edition next week.

Organised by 24OWLS, the concert – which comprises a matinee and evening show – will be held at the Pasir Panjang Power Station on December 20. It is part of an ongoing pilot as Singapore resumes large-scale indoor live performances as government restrictions brought on by the coronavirus pandemic ease.

Hartono will play both the matinee and evening shows, supported by Aisyah at the 2.30pm matinee and Lorong Boys for the 8.30pm evening performance. Tickets, split into three categories, are on sale now here.


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The audience numbers for both shows will be capped at 400 pax. Audience members will be given free Antigen Rapid Tests and must be swabbed within 24 hours before the end of the concert. They must present their test results with their e-tickets upon entry, and also check in with TraceTogether for digital contact tracing.

Audience members must also be masked at all times, only sit in groups of five at the maximum, and enter the venue at their allocated 15-minute window.

The concert series, intended to provide showcases for musicians to present original music and hone their skills at live shows, was launched with Flock at The Nest in October. The performance, headlined by Benjamin Kheng, Marian Carmel and lewloh, was entirely live-streamed due to COVID-19 restrictions.


Last Friday, Singapore’s biggest concerts since lockdown were announced: Back To Live, two concerts headlined by Benjamin Kheng, Sezairi and Charlie Lim on December 18 to 19. The shows, which will be staged at the Marina Bay Sands theatre, will have a 500-person audience.

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