The Killers and Liam Gallagher to play at the Singapore Grand Prix
The Singapore Grand Prix is one of the most exciting dates on the Grand Prix circuit. After staging the inaugural F1 night race ten years ago, this has become one race no one wants to miss. Not just for the spectacular racing as the latest technology burns up the track, but for the incredible Singapore skyline – and the best entertainment at any F1 Grand Prix anywhere.
The Marina Bay circuit is a street circuit offering some stunning vantage points – the bleachers at turn 22 are a great place to catch the action and the pre-race parade. Flying through downtown Singapore, the racing takes in landmarks like the Singapore Flyer observation wheel and Raffles Avenue.
The advantage of a street circuit is that it puts you right at the heart of the action. Enjoy the racing with the F1 Paddock Club in Singapore and you’ll remember just how visceral and exciting F1 can be when you’re right in the thick of it. It’s a real test of stamina for spectators and drivers with cockpit temperatures reaching 60 degrees C.
The Singapore Grand Prix is always a thriller and holds the record of most appearances by a safety car in any race. It’s not without controversy either, following 2008’s ‘crashgate’ drama.
For what it’s worth
Singapore really puts on a show when the Grand Prix comes to town. It’s a three day festival of racing in one of the most exciting cities in the world – don’t miss the stunning Gardens by the By with their manmade trees and the world-class shopping on Orchard Street. Join in the hospitality, such as the Paddock Club https://edgeglobalevents.com/f1-paddock-club/singapore/ and enjoy the very best of this carnival of racing, music, food and culture set against the breathtaking backdrop of Singapore.
But what really sets this race apart is the incredible line-up of huge music acts that play each night. Last year saw Seal and Duran Duran entertain the crowds. This year it’s the turn of The Killers plus Liam Gallagher, Dua Lipa, the Sugarhill Gang, Simply Red and many more to do the honours. It’s the second time the band has played at Singapore GP and they’ll headline before heading into the studio to record an album. This year’s event runs from the 14-16 September.