Race promoter Singapore GP Pte Ltd has revealed the comprehensive
entertainment programme for the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore
Grand Prix 2023. Joining the previously announced lineup of 88rising,
Post Malone, and Robbie Williams are international acts like Kings of
Leon, Culture Club, Groove Armada, and Madness.
The three-day event, taking place from 15 to 17 September 2023, will
showcase over 80 hours of entertainment across 13 stages, featuring a
total of 139 artists.
The lineup has expanded with the addition of four more artists,
complementing the previously announced acts of Jackson Wang, NIKI, Rich
Brian, and Warren Hue. Japanese multilingual girl group XG, recognised
for their viral TikTok rap cypher "Galz Xypher," will take the stage.
Singer-songwriter and rapper BIBI, known for her collaborations and
chart-topping single "The Weekend," will also perform. Thai hip-hop
sensation MILLI, who achieved millions of views within days of releasing
her debut single, and eccentric Japanese girl group Atarashii Gakko!,
famous for their energetic performances, complete the lineup.
Moreover, the event will feature international acts like The Kooks,
JOAN, San Cisco, Meg Mac, Safia, Kalpee, Sunwich, Jinan Laetitia,
Airliftz, and aswekeepsearching, representing various music genres from
around the world. Local talents such as Astronauts, Matilde G, Sam
Dreebsby, Royalusion, and Hijack Hayley will also entertain the
audience, alongside roving acts throughout the Circuit Park.
In addition to the performances, fans can participate in F1 drivers'
meet and greet sessions, enjoy support races including the Porsche
Carrera Cup Asia and TSS The Super Series, and even take complimentary
rides on the Singapore Flyer for a better view of the Marina Bay Street
Circuit. Limited tickets are available, including for the newly
introduced Bayfront and Raffles grandstands. Tickets, priced from S$108
for single-day admission and S$398 for a three-day pass, can be
purchased through authorised ticketing partners or the official website
of the Singapore Grand Prix.