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Neon Lights 2019: Thirteen More Acts Announced For The Festival, From Chet Faker to Mura Masa

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With Mumford & Sons, Honne and Halsey and AURORA, the Neon Lights music and arts festival has announced an additional 13 music acts for the two-day event taking place at Fort Canning Park on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th November.

Hailing from six different countries, the acts include the Singapore return of Australian soul hero Nick Murphy/Chet Faker and Canadian jazz/funk trio BadBadNotGood, as well as debut Singapore shows for Grammy-winning English electronic producer Mura Masa and American singer-songwriter Gus Dapperton.

Other international names being newly-announced today include Australian psych-rock titans King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, Mexican-American indie pop troubadour Cuco, DJ duo Fleetmac Wood, fast-rising Australians Cosmo’s Midnight, electronic-indie duo Joan, and Filipino-Irish singer-songwriter AndreaH.

Singaporean acts have also been announced in the line-up, with folk-blues set-up Shak & the Baits, buzzy funk band MMLD and the lively roving party-starter Mariachi Viva Mexico.

Beyond the music, Neon Lights is known as an entire experiential festival, announcing several arts and non-musical entertainment acts added to the line-up as well. Complementing the mainstage concerts will be activities such as Neon Nooks and Silent Disco Asia, returning to the festival across both days. Catering to attendees of all kinds and ages, Bloco Singapura, South African visual artist Francois Knoetze and Neon Kids will also make appearances across both days of the weekend, and gourmet food and drinks will be available.

More details of the entire Neon Lights programme will continue to be revealed in the coming weeks.

Neon Lights 2019 takes place on 23rd and 24th November 2019 at Fort Canning Park. More information available from their website, with tickets released on 19th July 2019. 

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