Music festival SYNTHONY to be held at The Float@Marina Bay on Oct 29

The festival will feature a lineup of various DJs, musicians and even a full orchestra.

Ernest Cheng

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Published: 15 September 2022, 3:08 PM

Music festival SYNTHONY will take stage in Singapore for the first time on Oct 29 at The Float@Marina Bay, following the success of sold-out shows across Australia and New Zealand.

It is the first time the festival will take place in Asia.

The festival celebrates thirty years of global dance anthems, featuring a lineup of various DJs, musicians, vocalists and a full orchestra.

This includes multi-award winning Australian singer Greg Gould, DJ and saxophonist Lewis McCallum, as well as iconic New Zealand pop singer Ella Monnery among many others.

Festival-goers can expect familiar dance anthems curated by acclaimed artists like Avicii, Tiesto and Fatboy Slim, as they party away against a backdrop of immersive visuals and laser shows.

It will also feature Singapore’s very own fully-independent professional symphony orchestra, the Metropolitan Festival Orchestra (MFO), having previously embarked on performance collaborations with musicians like JJ Lin and Stefanie Sun.

SYNTHONY will take place on the night of the inaugural cycling event Tour de France Prudential Singapore Criterium. The criterium features a professional criterium race contested by 32 of the world’s top cyclists, as well as a selection of races that the public can sign up for.

Tickets to the music festival cost $88 and $148. It can be purchased from Ticketek’s website.

The music festival is only open to attendees 18 years old and above.

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