All The Exciting Events To Check Out This April 2019

29 Mar 2019 by Megan Cheah

It’s festivals, concerts and fairs galore all month long as megastars and global exhibitions open their doors in Singapore. Here’s what you should mark down your calendars for this April!

1 Apr: John Mayer Asia Tour 2019

John Mayer

This isn’t an April Fool’s joke: American singer-songwriter John Mayer will be making a stop on our sunny shores for his 2019 Asian tour. Be ready to be regaled by the man himself in his debut Singapore performance through two setlists of more songs than ever performed before.

Limited tickets available from $108, visit Sports Hub Tix for more information.

5 to 6 Apr: Toy Factory Presents A Silent Hour: Buskers of Singapore

A Silent Hour Buskers of Singapore

There’s more than meets the eye to the lone man or woman you see performing on the streets or along the subway tunnel. In an intimate hour-and-a-half show within shophouse theatre [email protected], 22-year-old university student and busker Yee Kien will share his bittersweet experience of being a street musician through a medley of songs.

Tickets from $20, visit Eventbrite for more information.

6 Apr: Ong Seong W00 First Fan Meeting Eternity Tour in Singapore

Ong Seong Wu

Wannables, rejoice! Ong Seong Woo of Wanna One fame will be back in Singapore for his first solo fan meeting tour at [email protected] Besides getting to interact with the fans, the multi-talented star will also be showcasing his charms as a solo artiste through a series of performances and special stages.

Tickets from $98, visit APACTIX for more information. 

9 Apr: Anne Marie Live in Singapore

Anne Marie

After a successful one-off show as part of her Speak Your Mind tour last October, platinum-selling songstress Anne Marie will be back in Singapore to stage a full-fledged concert at the Capitol Theatre. With hits like ‘2002’, ‘FRIENDS’ and ‘Alarm’, you can be sure of an electrifying night with the British pop queen.

Tickets from $98, visit APACTIX for more information.

9 Apr: Ben and Jerry’s Free Cone Day

Ben and Jerry's

It’s that time of the year again: Ben & Jerry’s signature Free Cone Day is returning once again on 9 April! Both Scoop Shops at Dempsey and [email protected] will be offering a free scoop to everyone who heads down. But don’t just walk away with your free cones – show your support for migrant worker society Transient Workers Count Too (TWC2) simply by snapping a picture of your ice cream and hash-tagging #FreeConeDaySG, #BenandJerrySG and #TWC2SG. For every Instagram post, the brand will donate $1 to TWC2!

Visit Ben and Jerry’s Singapore for more information. 

11 Apr: Sabrina Carpenter the Singular Tour

Sabrina Carpenter

Powerhouse pop star Sabrina Carpenter will be bringing her strong vocals and dance hits to Singapore for her first show on our sunny isle. Some of her popular tracks include ‘Almost Love’, ‘Sue Me’ and ‘Paris’ – all of which will make an appearance during her long-overdue debut.

Tickets from $88, visit SISTIC for more information.

12 to 14 Apr: Pet Expo 2019

Pet Expo 2019

Fur moms and dads, Singapore’s largest pet fair is back once again! The sixth edition will bring in a whole slew of talks, workshops, competitions and the first charity dog grooming event of its kind to raise funds for rehoming partners. Look forward to new fashion accessories and gourmet food products (think dog-friendly ice cream and gluten-free animal superfood) as well – only the best for your pets.

Tickets from $5, visit Pet Expo for more information.

13 Apr: GARNiDELiA stellacage Asia Tour 2019 響喜乱舞”


Anisong fans would be pleased to know that Japanese pop-rock duo GARNiDELiA will finally be holding their first solo concert in Singapore, after multiple I Love Anisong sets in the past few years. Vocalist MARiA and producer toku will be performing their hit anime themes and Eurodance-style tracks during a one-night-only show at [email protected] Box, including ‘MIRAI’ (ending theme of Gunslinger Stratos), ‘Yakusoku -Promise Code-‘ (ending theme of Qualidea Code) and ‘Désir’ (ending theme of Fate/Apocrypha).

Tickets from $88, visit APACTIX for more information.

13 Apr to 24 Sep: ArtScience Museum’s Wonderland

Wonderland ArtScience Museum

Revisit your childhood with Lewis Carroll’s Wonderland, the latest exhibition at the ArtScience Museum. An interactive and playful set envisioned by the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, explore the timeless tale of Alice and friends through iconic moments like the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party and Pool of Tears.

Tickets from $12, visit Marina Bay Sands for more information.

19 to 21, 26 to 28 Apr: Shilin Ye Shi Singapore

Shilin Ye Shi
Photo credit: Shilin Ye Shi

If you’re missing the hustle and bustle of Taiwan’s famous night markets, put down your passport – you’ll be able to experience the much-loved Shilin Ye Shi concept right here in Singapore! For two weekends, The [email protected] in Singapore Turf Club will be transformed into a fair of Taiwanese and local street food, artisanal products and arcade games, complete with live performances and movies.

Admission is free, visit Shilin Singapore for more information.

26 Apr: Ed Sheeran Divide Tour 2019

Ed Sheeran

Following his two sold-out shows in November last year, Ed Sheeran will be returning for his Divide Tour on 26 April! The red-headed English crooner will serenade fans at the National Stadium, with earworms like ‘Perfect’, ‘Shape of You’ and ‘Thinking Out Loud’ from his vast repertoire of songs. Bonus: the highly popular Japanese rock band ONE OK ROCK will be opening the show!

Tickets are fully sold out, visit Sports Hub Tix for more information.

19 to 21 Apr: Skechers Sundown Festival

Skechers Sundown Festival

Love music, art and beaches? Then the Skechers Sundown Festival is for you. Themed to be an “Asia Music Wonderland”, Asian music, food, art and culture take centre stage at the 3D2N event. More than 50 artistes will be taking part, from familiar acts like homegrown singer Charlie Lim to Korean hip-hop collective MFBTY and K-pop boy band iKON.

Tickets from $85, visit Sundown Festival for more information.

21 Apr: 2019 Chungha Fanmeeting in Singapore

Kim Chungha

We ‘Gotta Go’! K-pop songstress Kim Chungha will be in town for her first ever fan meeting, where she will delight fans with hits such as ‘Love U’, ‘Roller Coaster’ and ‘Why Don’t You Know’. The former member of monster girl group I.O.I will also get up close and personal with lucky Byulharangs through a hi-touch session and group photos, so don’t wait!

Tickets from $98, visit APACTIX for more information.

24 Apr to 26 May: The Phantom of the Opera

Phantom of the Opera

It’s been played to over 145 million people across 30 countries and is the longest-running show on Broadway, but The Phantom of the Opera never ceases to amaze crowds with every show. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s award-winning musical will be in town for a month at the Sands Theatre at Marina Bay, where guests follow the tragic story of an obsessive opera house phantom falling in love with a young soprano singer.

Tickets from $75, visit SISTIC for more information.

27 Apr: Hello! Moomoo 2019 Mamamoo Asia Fanmeeting


Singapore MooMoos will be treated to their queens’ first ever fanmeeting this April, as Mamamoo drops by for the Singapore leg of their Asian tour. The quartet is set to stun with their electrifying stage presence and explosive vocals – it’s definitely going to be quite the show!

Tickets from $108, visit APACTIX for more information.

What are your plans this April? Let us know in the comments below!

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