The Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix is set to welcome headline performances from international artists alongside the racing action, with the likes of Green Day, Westlife and Marshmello (pictured) set to perform.

More than 75 performances will take place over the three-day race weekend from September 30 to October 2.

The performances will happen across eight stages at the Marina Bay Street Circuit Park, alongside roaming performances, displays and activities to entertain attending motorsport fans.

American DJ Marshmello will be the first to headline on Friday, September 30, and will be taking to the Padang Stage to perform his electronic music hits. Marshmello boasts almost 12 billion streams on music-streaming service Spotify and is the third most subscribed artist on video sharing platform YouTube.

On October 1, Irish boy band Westlife will perform as part of their ‘The Wildest Dreams Tour’.

After the F1 race has concluded, punk rock band Green Day will entertain fans with their greatest hits such as ‘American Idiot’ and ‘Wake Me Up When September Ends’.

More acts will be announced over the coming weeks, with the announcement of the headline performances building up the excitement for the first Singapore Grand Prix since 2019.

All tickets to the Singapore Grand Prix will have access to the Padang Stage, which will be located in Zone 4, but patrons must ensure they have a valid ticket on the relevant day of an act’s performance.

Additional walkabout and single-day grandstand tickets are set to be made available in the coming days.

The first release of ticket sales in April sold out within six hours.

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