OneRepublic and Duran Duran are also holding their own full-length concerts

For the tenth edition of the F1 Singapore Grand Prix, the organizers are pulling out all the stops with the announcement that not one, but five international acts will be having full-length concerts for this year’s entertainment lineup. Headlining acts include pop darling Ariana Grande and EDM duo The Chainsmokers, both making their first appearances in Singapore, plus pop-rock band OneRepublic, 80s synthpop sensation Duran Duran and English singer-songwriter Seal.

Making sure there is something for everyone, soulful female multi-instrumentalist Lianne La Havas and British spoken word performer and rapper George the Poet will be taking the stage as well. We are especially curious as to how George’s brand of thoughtful social commentary will be received by Grand Prix goers. And that’s not all, at least according to race promoters Singapore GP. They are teasing us with a tidbit that even more acts, including the Sunday post-race headliner, will be announced in the coming weeks.

Check out the table below for when the confirmed acts are performing and how much it costs to see them.

Tickets to the F1 Singapore Grand Prix, to be held from Sep 15-17, are already on sale with prices starting from $248 here. Early bird discounts end on May 8.