GBK Sports Complex, 21-23 July 2023
The most awaited music festival has shared the initial list of performers for this year – and it is pure madness. Sure there are local idols such as Kunto Aji and Yura Yunita, as well as musical legends like Project Pop and Rock n Roll Mafia, but WTF has lived up to its acronym namesake announcing names such as Kid Laroi, Lewis Capaldi, The 1975 and The Strokes will grace the stage.
Nusa Dua Peninsula, 8-12 June 2023
Bringing the hottest international performers to the island, the festival is not only four days full of music and parties but also a celebration of the tropical paradise life. Indie sensations such as Peking Duk, Winston Surfshirt, along with the time-travelling DJ Hot Dub Time Machine himself, and folk icons Boy & Bear are all lined up to play.
Singapore Indoor Stadium, 17-18 June 2023
With K-pop megagroup BTS on a long hiatus, it’s natural that the members are pursuing personal projects. The band’s resident rapper, songwriter and producer, Min Yoon-gi, also known as SUGA, is on a solo tour that will take him to the US, Korea and various locations in Asia. Expect Yoon-gi’s hit songs, as well as his appearance as both SUGA and his rapping alter ego, Agust-D.
Star Hall Kowloon, 10 July 2023
After its successful return last March, the people behind Hong Kong’s iconic Clockenflap Music Festival have prepared another event that can be considered its after-party. Texas native dreampop band Cigarettes After Sex, no strangers to the island, return to mesmerise their fans once again.