Phoebe Bridgers’ Singapore concert has sold out, waiting list for tickets announced

It will be her only show in Southeast Asia

Phoebe Bridgers‘ Singapore concert next year has already sold out, with organisers AEG Presents opening up a waiting list for possible additional tickets.

The organiser announced that the concert had sold out in an Instagram post on November 25, urging fans to sign up for a waiting list that will notify them should more tickets become available. Announced on November 22 as part of the American singer-songwriter’s Reunion Tour, the show will take place on February 15 at the Esplanade Theatre. Tickets to the concert are priced at S$89, $109 and $129 and were previously available via TicketMaster.


The show has been confirmed as Phoebe Bridgers’ only concert in Southeast Asia before she makes her way down to Japan, where she’ll perform on Kyoto on February 18, Osaka on February 20 and Tokyo on February 21.

The Singapore concert will also take place after a lengthy run of shows across Australia and New Zealand that kick off in late January and conclude on February 12 for Laneway Festival.

Phoebe Bridgers most recently released the six-track Christmas EP, ‘So Much Wine’ on November 17. The EP includes renditions of ‘7 O’Clock News/Silent Night’ featuring Fiona Apple and Matt Berninger, as well as ‘Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas’.

Prior to releasing ‘So Much Wine’, Bridgers made a cameo in the music video for The 1975’s ‘I’m In Love With You’. Bridgers has also been confirmed as an opening act for Taylor Swift’s highly anticipated ‘The Eras’ tour.

Phoebe Bridgers released her last album ‘Punisher’ in June 2020. That record scored Bridgers the fifth spot in NME‘s list of the best albums of the year. Georgia Evans wrote of the album: “Introspective, with a sense of solitude woven throughout, ‘Punisher’ found Bridgers asserting herself as an individual force through self-production and pragmatic collaboration (with the likes of Conor OberstJulien Baker and Lucy Dacus). The result: a multifaceted ode to embracing life’s oddities and living in the moment.”