1. Happy Ever Laughter® – The Battle
Date: 11 – 29 July 2018
Venue: Capitol Theatre, 17 Stamford Road Singapore 178907
Admission: $60 – $140. Get your tickets here.
Chope your seat at Dream Academy’s annual Happy Ever Laughter event, where 12 of Singapore’s best comedians will be pitted against each other in a no-holds-barred battle of the wits. With well-known names like Irene Ang, Kumar, Selena Tan and Sebastian Tan (aka Broadway Beng) in the lineup, you can be sure that the show will be a real chuckle fest.
2. Wanna One World Tour “ONE: The World” in Singapore
Date: 13 July 2018
Time: 8pm – 10pm
Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium, 2 Stadium Walk, Singapore 397691
Admission: $128 – $348. Get your tickets here.
Singaporeans are no strangers to Korean pop groups, and Wanna One is an up and coming group that has been stealing the scene. Consisting of 11 fresh faces, the group was created through the Korean pop group trainee reality show Produce 101: Season 2. Ever since their debut, Wanna One has received some of the biggest music awards in the scene – so this is one concert bonafide K-pop fans won’t want to miss.
(Source: Wanna One Facebook)
3. Daughtry Live In Singapore 2018
Date: 11 July 2018
Venue: ZEPP@BigBox, 1 Venture Avenue, Singapore 608521
Admission: $128 – 168. Get your tickets here.
It’s no surprise if you haven’t heard of Daughtry – but here’s why you should anyway. The multi-platinum rock band may have slipped under the radar, but they have consistently produced top-notch music. From songs like It’s Not Over (2009) to Backbone (2018), you’ll probably find yourself looking up their songs on Spotify after the concert.
(Source: Daughtry Facebook)
4. Singapore Theatre Festival
Date: 5 – 22 July 2018
Venue: Lasalle College of the Arts, 1 McNally St, Singapore 187940
Admission: $45 – $75. Get your tickets here.
The Singapore Theatre Festival returns this year with a showcase of eight contemporary performances that celebrate both new and original productions in the local scene. Catch a behind-the-scenes glimpse of news reporting in Press Gang, take a closer look at the stories of Sungei Road Market in One Metre Square, or watch an aspiring Indian actress confront the reality of the industry in Building A Character.
(Source: Singapore Theatre Festival)
5. Pink Dot 10
Date: 21 July 2018
Venue: Hong Lim Park, New Bridge Road, Singapore 059299
Admission: Free admission
The 10th edition of Pink Dot returns this month to celebrate a truly equal and inclusive society. This year, the event will include PinkFest – a series of screenings, workshops, exhibitions and talks in the lead up to the big celebration on 21 July. The event is open to all Singaporeans and Permanent Residents (unfortunately, foreigners are not allowed to assemble at the Speakers’ Corner under the Public Order Act), so remember to bring photo identification.
(Source: Sebastian Tan/Pink Dot SG Facebook)