Featuring performances from home-grown artists such as Benjamin Kheng, Sezairi and Charlie Lim, Back To Live will be the biggest concert held in Singapore since the circuit breaker.
A two-night live music event, Back To Live, will be held at the iconic Sands Theatre at Marina Bay Sands (MBS) on Dec 18 and 19.
It will be the biggest music event with a live audience since the circuit breaker and is part of the Ministry of Health’s pilot for pre-event testing.
Up to 500 people are allowed to attend each night and ticket holders will need a valid negative antigen rapid test to enter. They will also have to comply with safe management measures while in the venue.
To prevent intermingling, ticket holders will be split up into zones of up to 50 people to be admitted at staggered timings. Groups within each zone will be seated 1m apart and these zones will be separated with a 3m distance.
Ticket holders will also need to do SafeEntry check-in via the TraceTogether app or token and safe distancing ambassadors will be deployed by MBS.
The concert is headlined by Singapore Idol winner Sezairi Sezali, singer-actor Benjamin Kheng and singer-songwriter Charlie Lim. There will also be special guest appearances from the likes of local performers Narelle Kheng, Aisyah Aziz and rapper THELIONCITYBOY.
Tickets, priced at $55 per day or $98 for a two-day pass (excluding ticketing fee), can be purchased here.
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