Black Eyed Peas, TLC, The Kid Laroi and Suede join Singapore F1 Grand Prix main stage acts
They’ll be joining the likes of Green Day, Westlife, Marshmello and other local and international acts as part of the event’s final line-up of performers, which was announced on Jul 22.
The Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix’s set to light up the streets in town again after two years of pandemic restrictions.
Racers speeding through the Marina Bay Street Circuit won’t be the only thing setting the roads ablaze – Black Eyed Peas, TLC, The Kid Laroi and Suede were announced as part of the final line-up of performers on different stages at different parts of the racetrack.
If you’ve got a feeling that you’ll have a good night, American pop-rap group Black Eyed Peas – currently consisting of will.i.am, apl.de.ap and Taboo – may just be who you’re looking for. The trio behind a slew of hit songs like I Gotta Feeling and Boom Boom Pow will perform at the Padang Stage Zone 4 on Oct 1 and the Wharf Stage Zone 1 on Oct 2.
You shouldn’t be chasing the cars as they blaze through the streets, and neither should you be chasing waterfalls. To remind audiences again about the golden rule of No Scrubs, the duo TLC, made up of Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins and Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas, will perform at the Wharf Stage Zone 1 on Oct 1.
If you need that special someone to stay, then maybe The Kid Laroi could help you encourage them to. The Australian rapper will be performing at the Padang Stage Zone 4 on Oct 2.
And if lush glam rock is more up your alley, British alternative band Suede, fronted by Brett Anderson, will be there to serenade you at the Wharf Stage Zone 1 on Oct 1.
American rock band Green Day, pop group Westlife and music producer Marshmello were among the performers announced in the initial line-up on May 23. The addition of these new artistes to the main stages will definitely make for a memorable three days of concerts.
Ticket prices start from S$98 for a Bay Grandstand ticket and can go up to S$9,898 for tickets for the Formula 1 Paddock Club. Further details are available on the official Singapore Grand Prix website.