Concert In The Park
Gather your family and friends and be entertained by our home-grown artistes as they bring their best performances of music, comedy and more. Here are the artistes who will be performing at Singapore Day 2018:
One of Singapore's most prominent cover bands made up of talented and versatile music performers who are able to operate as an acoustic duo or scale up to a six-piece band across a variety of genres - jazz, pop, rock, punk, alternative or top 40s.
53A features vocalist Sara Wee, lead guitarist Alvin Khoo, bassist/lead vocalist Bani Hidir, drummer Helman Kamal and keyboardist Nazty Keys.
The band’s biggest accolade till date, is being the feature act for the National Day Parade 2016 – SG51 where they performed their signature NDP Medley and the 2016 NDP theme song.
Be delighted by their high-energy performances at Singapore Day 2018!
Singer and songwriter Aisyah Aziz, started her career in music after finishing 6th in Akademi Fantasia.
Recognised for her soulful voice in the region, she has won multiple awards at Anugerah Planet Muzik.
Watch out for Aisyah’s impressive performances in London at Singapore Day 2018!
Belinda was the first Singaporean to become an MTV VJ in 1998. As a versatile and bilingual television host and actress, she has been consecutively voted Mediacorp’s Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes from 2013 – 2016.
Many viewers will also know Belinda from her long-travelogue Find Me a Singaporean, where she went in search of Singaporeans abroad, some of whom were bettering lives of others.
Stretched between acoustic melancholia, indie-R&B, post-rock and electronic pop, Charlie Lim's music has a sense of cinematic gravitas that takes you on a sonic journey set against the rich narratives of life’s tales. Since his debut in 2011, this Singapore-born talent has been making waves with his live shows at home and abroad, garnering critical acclaim and accolades along the way.
A veteran in the theatre scene, Enlai has worked on over 50 theatre productions. He is probably best known for his work on the International Emmy-nominated series The Noose, playing the well-loved characters Jacques Ooi, BB See and Pornsak Sukhumvit.
Over the years, this versatile singer has established herself as one of the most talented and sought-after jazz vocalists in Singapore, with a repertoire that spans a wide range of audiences.
Apart from her love for singing, multi-talented Joanna has won acting awards and was nominated for best female host at the Macau Rainbow TV awards in 2016.
Most recently, Joanna became the pride of Singapore after a stellar performance at Sing! China.
At the tender age of 13, Joie started developing a serious interest in music, which led to the discovery of her personal expression of music today. Her foray into the limelight started with her covers of vocal-heavy songs on YouTube. Each song is marked with her signature, svelte, rich vocals. Joie released her debut single “Stay” this year, and looks forward to sharing her music as an album in the near future.
Arguably Singapore's biggest name when it comes to comedy, Kumar has been tickling audiences silly since 1991. His cross dressing and risqué brand of humour have made him a household name in Singapore. He has been on many TV shows such as The Rara Show and Vansantham’s Rusiyo Rusi.
What surprises will he bring to you at Singapore Day 2018?
She needs no introduction.The multi-talented songbird has been a part of Singapore's entertainment DNA since the 60s as a child actress before making a name for herself and the country when she won the Kimi Koso Star 1974 singing competition in Japan.
In the last five decades, veteran singer Rahimah Rahim has built up her name as one of the home-grown music scene's most distinctive names, appearing anywhere from Malay radio and Chinese television programmes to National Day Parades and charity shows.
Shak began writing music during his days in National Service. This spoken-word poetry artist turned singer-songwriter chronicles his life story through his self-penned folk tunes and lyrics. With various influences from soul, blues, folk-pop, and hip-hop, Shak's rich soulful voice conveys lyrics that tell a story that tugs at the deepest recess of your heart.
Shak stands among the list of young and promising talents and had participated in Noise Singapore 2016 Music Mentorship Programme, The Great Singapore Reply 2017, Singapore Night Festival 2016/2017 and Singapore River Festival 2017.
Join us as we unite as ONE in our medley of familiar Singapore songs. The finale will be a FIRST and a pleasant surprise!