Mantravine, Instigator Afrobeat Orchestra and Many More Join The Rest of Neon Lights Singapore 2018’s Line-Up!
SINGAPORE – If you think that Neon Lights Singapore has finished announcing its final line-up, then you’re clearly wrong. They have just announced more musicians that will be on board on the festival’s upcoming celebration next week. Set to be held for three days, from 9 – 11 November 2018 at Fort Gate, Fort Canning Park, a slew of talented musicians like Mantravine, Instigator Afrobeat Orchestra, Preetipls & Subhas, as well as Orkestar Trio were announced as the final addition to the festival’s line-up. Mantravine is known for their world electronic tunes that could hypnotize the listeners. The Singaporean based band is also known to combine Indian Arabian influences with psychedelic rock, so imagine their gravity-defying performance there. They will be sharing the stage with Los Angeles-based R&B superstar and headlining act of the day YUNA, and Thailand’s incredible Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band. Boasting several stages in total, on Easy Street there will be performances from the newly announced Singapore’s viral sensation, Preetipls. She will join the stage of Easy Street along with local hip-hop collective Mediocre Haircut Crew, Scottish beatmaker DJ Shellsuit and Singapore-based musician Ridz, as well as lyricist and hip-hop artist Subhas.
Instigator Afrobeat Orchestra who was founded in 2010 in Singapore will perform on the Main Stage on Saturday, 10 November 2019. This stage also hosts performances from the dynamic rock sensation Interpol, Texan ethereal dream-pop maestros Cigarettes After Sex, and English rock band The Vaccines. The last and third-day celebration of Neon Lights Singapore 2018 will witness the sets from Caribou, R&B enigma Rhye, hitmakers and everyday heroes Peking Duk, multi-platinum selling reggae group Sticky Fingers and Brooklyn-based art-punk group Bodega. Thailand heartthrob, Phum Viphurit, and Singaporean Sobs will be there on this stage as well. While on Easy Street stage, the festivalgoers will be entertained by OrkeStar Trio, a genre-
spanning adventurous group with musical influences tied to the modern-day Malay, Daphni, Caribou’s Dan Snaith’s special set, The Jazz Djogets, Read Bridge Dulcimer and his Appalachian mountain tunes, and DJ Shellsuit’s electrifying festival encore. The tickets for the festival has been on sale and you sure don’t want to miss all these amazingly talented musicians there. For more information, head to Neon Lights Singapore’s website where you can grab the tickets starting from $99 for adults. Or better yet, you can download the festival’s app which is powered by Deezer on App Store or Google Playstore.