Robbie Williams & Post Malone to Headline 2023 Singapore Grand Prix Concerts

Organisers of the 2023 Singapore Grand Prix have announced the artists performing over the Marina Bay race weekend, including Robbie Williams and Post Malone.

  • Update, July 13: Kings of Leon, Culture Club, Madness and Groove Armada have been added to the 2023 Singapore Grand Prix entertainment line-up. Further details below!

The 2023 Singapore Grand Prix is set to take place on September 15-17 on a revised layout of the Marina Bay Street Circuit. In the build up to the event, race organisers have confirmed the headline acts who’ll be performing during the race weekend. In addition to the headliners, some 139 artists will perform across 13 stages over the 2023 Singapore Grand Prix weekend.

A collection of acts from record label 88rising will perform on Friday, Post Malone will headline on Saturday night and Robbie Williams will close out the 2023 Singapore Grand Prix weekend after Sunday’s race.

After the initial announcement, further acts were confirmed in July, including Kings of Leon, Culture Club, Madness and Groove Armada. Details of when each act will be performing can be found below.

All tickets sold for the 2023 Singapore Grand Prix provide access to the nightly concerts, which take place on the Zone 4 Padang Stage. Learn more about accessing the trackside concerts in our guide to attending the Singapore Grand Prix weekend.

Friday will feature a host of acts from Asian-American record label 88rising performing throughout the day, including Chinese singer Jackson Wang, Indonesian rapper Rich Brian, indie-folk singer-songwriter NIKI, and rising hip-hop star Warren Hue. More acts from the label are set to be added to the line-up in due course.

Post Malone to Headline on Saturday night

American star Post Malone will perform after qualifying on Saturday night at the 2023 Singapore Grand Prix. Post Malone is best known for global hits like Circles, Rockstar and latest single Chemical. This will be the multi-award-winning rapper and singer’s first performance in Singapore.

Kings of Leon will also perform on the Padang Stage on Saturday for their first Asian show outside of Japan. It won’t the American rock band’s only performance of the weekend, as they’ll also be performing on the Zone 1 Wharf Stage on Sunday.

Talking of the Zone 1 Wharf Stage, you’ll find British band Culture Club – famed for hits like Do You Really Want to Hurt Me and Karma Chameleon – headlining this stage on qualifying day. Culture Club’s frontman Boy George will also be performing a DJ set for hospitality guests at Twenty3 on the same day.

Robbie Williams to Perform After the Race

Ahead of Sunday’s 2023 Singapore Grand Prix, legendary electronic music duo Groove Armada will be warming up the crowd with some of their biggest house hits from the 1990s on the Zone 4 Padang Stage.

Post-race, Robbie Williams will headline the Padang Stage. After rising to fame in the 1990s as part of boyband Take That, Robbie Williams went on to become one of the biggest music stars of the early 2000s, selling over 80 million records worldwide. His 2022 compilation album XXV, celebrating his 25 years as a solo artist, became his 14th UK number 1 album.

You can expect to hear all of Robbie Williams’ greatest hits – such as Angels, Feel and Candy – when he takes to the stage after the Grand Prix on September 17. This will be his first performance at the Singapore Grand Prix since 2014, where he played in front of 50,000 fans during a heavy downpour.

Over on the Zone 1 Wharf Stage, British band Madness will be performing a selection of their iconic hits, like House Of Fun, It Must Be Love and Our House.

Further Acts to Perform Across the Singapore Weekend

Across the 2023 Singapore Grand Prix weekend, a range of other national and international acts will be performing across the Circuit Park’s 13 stages. The international acts include British band The Kooks, American synth pop duo JOAN and Australian indie band San Cisco. You can find more about the full line-up and stage timings over on the official Singapore Grand Prix website.

Additional Singapore Grand Prix Tickets Available

Additional tickets for the 2023 Singapore Grand Prix are now available via our ticket shop. Single day Sunday walkabout (general admission) tickets are available from €199.50, while weekend grandstand tickets in the Pit Entry, Promenade and Sheares Grandstands are also now available.

The latter two grandstands are new for 2023. The Sheares Grandstand is located at Turn 1, while the Promenade Grandstand is located between Turns 17 and 18, before the pit entry. Tickets for both grandstands provide fan access to all zones in the Circuit Park.

A major change for the 2023 Singapore Grand Prix sees a revised track layout in the final sector due to development work on the foreshore. The track layout now bypasses the former section which ran between Turns 16 and 19, including the unique section of track at Turn 18, where the cars ran under the popular Bay Grandstand. It is replaced by a straight, which may provide additional overtaking opportunities into the new Turn 16. The renovation work is not expected to be completed until 2026.

Limited numbers of VIP hospitality ticket packages remain available for the 2023 Singapore Grand Prix, as do ticket packages via F1 Experiences, providing insider access across the race weekend.

Will you be attending the 2023 Singapore Grand Prix? Leave a comment below!

7 thoughts on “Robbie Williams & Post Malone to Headline 2023 Singapore Grand Prix Concerts”

  1. Hi, I after some advices. I’m planning to go for Post Malone concert on Saturday. Do you perhaps know from past experience what time usually the concert will start and end? Also, is there any restriction in terms of access ? let’s say the concert will end after midnight but since I purchase 1 day pass, I need to exit the area sharp at 12 pm. This is going to be my first time 🙏

    1. Hi Mimi, the main concert normally start around 30 minutes after qualifying on Saturday, so it should start around 22:30. But if you want a good vantage point, you should obviously get there earlier for Post Malone. If the concert runs a little past midnight, you won’t have to leave the circuit!

      1. Hey Andrew, do paddock club pass holders have any priority access or anything for the concert. I know Abu Dhabi there’s a reserved area.

        1. I’ve not heard about Paddock Club pass holders getting access to the Golden Circle for the concerts in Abu Dhabi. If you have already purchased your Paddock Club ticket, I suggest asking this question to whoever you bought from. If not included, you can purchase Golden Circle upgrades in our Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Ticket Shop

    2. Hey, im sure you bought the ticket for this day you can attend all the activities untill morning So dont worry

    1. You can check the 2023 circuit map here. The correct gate depends on which grandstand you are sitting in. We absolutely do not recommend driving. Local roads near the circuit are closed on race weekend and there is no parking specific for racegoers. Leave the car at home and get to the track using public transport, MRT is best.

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