There’s a series of indie gigs happening at a mysterious location this August

This August, British sportswear-slash-streetwear label, Fred Perry Singapore, known for providing an edgier alternative to live music with their pop-up gigs at alternative locales—the futsal park and Kay Siang Road’s abandoned basketball court—will be back with their gig series featuring talented homegrown artistes and occasionally, top-tier global talents.

The live music series, Subculture Live, rebranded from its previous name, Sub-Sonic Live, will kick off on Aug 4 with a night of audiovisual soundscapes featuring local artist Empyreal (a.k.a. Amanda Tan), who’ll be bringing her brand of gig-friendly trippy visuals (her work was previously seen at Moonbeats Warehouse Party).

For its inaugural launch, Fred Perry is bringing out the big guns of indie music with an exclusive DJ set from Jack Savidge, the frontman of British indie-rock trailblazers, Friendly Fires (UK), and homegrown bands Subsonic eye, Specific Island, and local DJ collective, Poptarts.

Admission is free but be sure to register here, as spots are limited. There’s no mention of the venue yet, but we’re definitely not expecting any fancy seating. More updates on Fred Perry’s facebook page.


See also our list of upcoming non-club parties in Singapore.