Neon Lights Festival

Neon Lights Festival

Neon Lights, Singapore's premier outdoor music and arts festival, is back for its 3rd edition at Fort Gate, Fort Canning Park. Be prepared for three exhilarating days of discovery and fun!

Friday 9th to Sunday 11th November 2018!

The family-friendly festival features a stellar line-up of international and local music arts, alongside an eclectic array of activities for all ages. Fans can catch their favourite bands live, indulge in creative pursuits with workshops, explore avant-garde performances and roving acts, see art installations, sample delicious food and many other surprises. Attended by music and arts lovers in 2015 and 2016, the Festival's return is set to be one of the most eagerly anticipated and dynamic lifestyle events of the year.

"An interactive roller coaster of music-driven energy and emotion"

"Two days of boundary-burning music and arts performances"
Timeout Singapore

Friday 9th November


Catch all Yuna’s hits and some newbies in a 75 min set. Onstage 9pm

Pop/R&B artist, Yuna has spent the last year in the studio writing and working on her fourth full-length album, set for release this year via Independently Popular/Verve. With her latest album, Chapters boasting the chart-topping single “Crush” feat. Usher and the heart-wrenching masterpiece “I Used To Love You” feat. Jhene Aiko, Yuna has paved a lane of her own – pulling influence from R&B, pop and jazz to develop a distinctive genre-transcending sound.


The Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band

“Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band’s new album is something special” Dan Snaith (Caribou/Daphni)

The Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band are set to release their second record “Planet Lam” on the Studio Lam Label on 21st October. This follows on from their 2014 album “21st Century Molam”. Inspiration for the LP came from label co-owner Maft Sai’s club of the same name, a vibrant and unique live venue that has become a musical focal point for the city of Bangkok and thus, inevitably, had a large impact on the band. Late night jamming, copious amounts of homemade ya-dong, run-ins with the police, and the constant back-and-forth of creative ideas between like-minded local musicians and artists have all fed into the creative process, as well as regular sets from international artists and DJs such as Andrew Ashong, Miles Cleret, Rabih Beaini, Macka B, Awesome Tapes From Africa and Hugo Mendez, who have all passed through the city in the last 2 years.


Saturday 10th November


It finally happened; somebody called the cops on Interpol.

The long arm of the law caught up with Daniel Kessler, Paul Banks, and Sam Fogarino in 2017, as they worked on a new album inside the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’rehearsal space in Manhattan. Even in its infancy, Marauder was shaping up to be a beast; an early practice session was so vigorous, it resulted in Sam hitting the drums so hard that he busted his kick drum. “That rarely happens, even with heavy-hitters,” says Sam.


Cigarettes After Sex

Cigarettes After Sex is an American ambient pop band formed in 2008, from El Paso, Texas. The band is known for their ethereal and often dream-like musical style, lyrics often based on the themes of romance and love, as well as Gonzalez’s ethereal and “androgynous” voice. While marketed as an ambient pop band, Cigarettes After Sex are also considered to be shoegaze, dream pop and slowcore. The band’s debut extended play (EP), I., was released in 2012, with the song “Nothing’s Gonna Hurt You Baby” eventually becoming a sleeper hit through commercial licensing. After the release of the standalone single “Affection” in 2015, the band released their self-titled debut studio album on June 2017 to positive reviews.


The Vaccines

Combat Sports is the sound of The Vaccines being The Vaccines. Their fourth album is the sound of one of the defining British rock and roll bands of their generation at full throttle, setting aside pop experiments and concentrating on what caused the rabid excitement at their arrival in 2010. Combat Sports is a record of guitars, of brevity, of speed, of breathless excitement.



Shame are a British post-punk band originally from South London. Their debut album Songs of Praise was released on 12th January 2018. The group has received critical acclaim from publications including NME, Paste, and Clash.


Riot !n Magenta

Riot !n Magenta’s journey could be said to be one of sonic alchemy. Known for their distinctive soulful melodies lined with edgy, rhythmic beats, the sextet crystallizes the diverse musical elements of electronica, trip-hop and soul into smooth, synth driven tracks.


Sunday 11th November


Dan Snaith’s Canadian outfit Caribou is regarded as one of the most iconic and recognisable names on the contemporary electronic circuit. Having followed up 2010’s universally adored album ‘Swim’ with the Grammy nominated UK top-ten chart album ‘Our Love’ in 2014, Caribou have spent the last two years touring the world. Their live shows are energetic and immersive experiences. The sound of Caribou sold out stages everywhere (Brixton Academy - London), Olympia - Paris, Columbiahalle - Berlin, Sydney Opera House) and provided the most thrilling festival headline slots of the season (Primavera, Field Day, Parklife, Coachella). 2018 will see Caribou return to the big stages on a few selected festivals in Europe. The line up finds Dan joined on stage by Ryan Smith, Brad Weber and John Schmersal.


Peking Duk

Sweat, booze, good vibes and great music - whip it all together and you’ve got Peking Duk.

Confirmed legends Adam Hyde and Reuben Styles are Australia’s favourite duo. They’re the guys wearing matching tracksuits on the red carpet, the showmen going viral with their onstage antics, the everyday heroes bringing fans backstage for a beer and the hitmakers responsible for your favourite songs.



A mosaic of emotive piano keys, physical percussion, buzzing analog synths, and expansive vocals, RHYE find humanity in musicality. Shrouded in mystery, the group first surfaced setting the Internet abuzz with ambiguous imagery, sophisticatedly sensual music videos, and that distinctive falsetto. Following the runaway online success of two initial singles, the critically acclaimed debut album Woman (Loma Vista Recordings) was released in 2013 and lauded by critics from Pitchfork (“Best New Album”) to The Guardian to New York Times.


Sticky Fingers

A year on, after releasing and touring their #1 album “Westway (The Glitter & The Slums)”, Sticky Fingers are back. Sticky Fingers is the soundtrack to a sunbathed backyard. It’s the birth child of a fling between Manchester Rock and Kingston Dub, and raised on rock and roll - luring listeners in with a salivating caress of the soul.


Phum Viphurit

Phum Viphurit is a 22 year old Thai-born, New Zealand-Raised, Singer/Songwriter based in Bangkok, Thailand. He uses a hybrid of different genres in his own writing, drawing from folk, funk, alternative and more to form a diverse body of mellow yet distinct original music.



What’s Your Rupture? is pleased to announce the signing of Brooklyn art rock unit BODEGA. With wild minimalism and sharp wit, BODEGA revitalizes the rock and roll vocabulary under the influence of post punk, contemporary pop, hip-hop, kraut rock, and folk-derived narrative songwriting.



Weaving a sound well beyond the confines of their bedroom pop beginnings, Singapore-based trio Sobs captures an awkward yet endearing introversion, their music replete with playful melodies that front a dream pop backdrop.



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Ticket Pricing

(Excludes Booking Fee)

Early Bird Ticket Pricing
Fri 9 Nov 2018
Standard: S$99*

Sat 10 Nov 2018
Standard: S$120*

Sun 11 Nov 2018
Standard: S$120*

3 Day Weekend Pass
Standard: S$250*

2 Day Pass (Sat & Sun)
Standard: S$199*
Child: S$45*

Tier 2 Pricing
Sat 10 Nov 2018
Standard: S$140*


Location Map

Fort Canning Park, Fort Gate

Fort Canning Park, Fort Gate

Posted in Updates | Tagged | Posted on October 24, 2018