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Singapore Indoor Stadium to hold first large-scale concert in two years

Singapore Indoor Stadium (pictured) will hold its first large-scale concert since the start of the pandemic, when Taiwanese singer A-Lin kicks off her A-Link With Passengers world tour in May.

The city-state’s 8,000-capacity venue has not held a large-scale concert since December 2019, and was set to welcome shows from Green Day and K-Pop group Got7 in early 2020 before being cancelled due to COVID-19.

Live music is now allowed in all venues in Singapore after almost two years, and the capacity limit for mask-on events with more than 1,000 people in attendance has recently been increased to 75%.

Tickets for the concert at the Singapore Indoor Stadium are now on sale via Sistic with prices ranging from S$128 (£72/$94/€86) for a general admission ticket to S$288 for a VIP ticket.

Only 500 VIP tickets are available for the concert, but these offer the opportunity for a meet and greet, and a chance to be one of 50 VIP ticket holders that will be allowed to take a picture with A-Lin. VIP tickets also allow the holder to receive a signed poster and a signed copy of her latest album.

Tickets are set to go on sale from April 11.

Leslie Ong, group chief executive of concert promoter at Unusual Entertainment, told the Straits Times newspaper: “We are extremely delighted to announce our presentation of the very first concert, after so long, at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.

“It is now time for us to restart our work to bring in live concerts to satiate the pent-up demand from local concertgoers.”

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