Guns N’ Roses has come and gone, but the hit parade of upcoming concerts and gigs continues. Up next is Pixie Lott, the half Italian singer and songwriter, on Mar 18 as part of Shell’s Make the Future Singapore 2017, a campaign to raise awareness about clean energy collaborations.
Soul-voiced, super-dancey pop diva Pixie Lott released her first single Mama Do in 2009 which topped the UK Singles Chart and shot her to pop fame, a run that ended with her winning two MTV EMA Awards—Best UK and Ireland Act and Best Push Artist—in 2010 for her fourth single Gravity and later opened Rihanna’s Last Girl on Earth tour in May. Apart from her music career, she’s been in films like Fred: The Movie in 2010 and more recently has been a coach on The Voice Kids.
Alongside Pixie Lott’s performance, the four-day event (Mar 16-19) will also see Singaporean musicians like Nathan Hartono, electro-synthpop group Disco Hue, indie pop-rock quintet Take Two take the stage. And if you’re a science nerd in addition to being a muso, there will be exhibits on clean energy innovations, too, all happening at Changi Exhibition Centre. Admission is free, but registration is encouraged to avoid disappointment. Find out more here.
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