The music, art, and nature festival will take place at Fort Canning Park on the rare leap year date of 29 February. Garden Beats will continue to promote a greener lifestyle, with eco-friendly festival grounds and plans in store.
While the musical acts have yet to be announced, Garden Beats has stated that the festival’s line-up will follow in the same vein of international headliners, and esteemed local and regional acts over two stages. Past acts include The Kooks, Masego and Alina Baraz. Check out our review of Garden Beats 2019.Lineups
Foals highlights include Best Live Act at the Q Awards, Best Album at the NME Awards, 1.7 million album sales, and over half a billion streams on Spotify since 2015.
Bringing an uplifting and positive vibe in her house and techno sounds, Vivie-ann Bakos (BLOND:ISH) never fails to excite the seven senses, invoking all kinds of feelings. Rising to fame, she fronts for international dance brand Circoloco and artisan headliners such as Black Coffee.
Leaping from a shy and introverted solo creator to an outspoken collaborative force in the studio, the Miami-born Los Angeles-based half-Cuban half-Puerto Rican R&B songstress first captivated audiences with her seductive vocals in ‘Belong to You’ alongside 6LACK. Following their tour together, she then went on to collaborate with everyone from Khalid and BURNS to A$AP Rocky, Wale and more recently, Zayn.
Ticketing details are as follows: Lazy Bird (until 16th January) – $148, Regular (until 27th February) – $168, Door (29th February) – $188 if tickets are available and VIP (until 27th February) – $208.
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