A familiar music programme by the Esplanade is making a comeback

Esplanade’s long-running programme, Mosaic Music Festival, took its final bow back in 2014. It was known for bringing in a very good mix of both indie and established acts across a wide range of music genres, like Rachael Yamagata, Grimes, Olafur Arnalds and even Joss Stone. Two years later, they’re bringing it back, but in a different format.

Esplanade is ditching its 10-day “festival” concept for the new Mosaic Music Weekend, which will see different genres of music–electronic, folk, indie, jazz pop and rock–over four days from Sept 1 to 4. Headlining acts include returning Japanese jazz pianist Hiromi, UK singer-songwriter Patrick Wolf, Korean electronic band Idiotape, Singapore’s very own singer-songwriter DEON, and many more.

Over the weekend, you can also catch some free performances, talks and other activities that’ll take place at the Esplanade’s concourse and outdoor theatre. Tickets are priced from $48, and will be available for purchase via Sistic and Esplanade’s Box Office from Jul 28.

For the full line-up, check out their website here.