Jackson Wang to headline F1 Singapore Grand Prix 2023 alongside 88rising artists

Avier Tan

| April 18, 2023

We all know that Jackson Wang is a big fan of Singapore. 

Last year, he collaborated with the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) for a series of travel vlogs, held several exclusive fan meets and even his own solo concert.

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Jackson Wang playing at the Singapore Indoor Stadium for his Magic Man world tour. Photo: AEG Presents

This year, he is back to headline the F1 Singapore Grand Prix as one of the entertainment acts. Organizers revealed a list of performing artists earlier today (18 Apr).

The F1 Grand Prix is one of the nation’s largest events of the year. And this year’s edition will take place later in the year, from 15 to 17 Sep.

88rising artists make debut at F1 S’pore Grand Prix

As for the entertainment aspect, game-changing Asian-American record label 88rising will make their debut at this year’s night race.

A few of their artists, like Jackson Wang, Rich Brian, NIKI and Warren Hue, will be playing live sets.

“88rising is set to perform throughout the day with more acts to be added to the line-up,” according to an official announcement.

They will be performing at the Zone 4 Padang Stage. And it will be on the first day of the three-day extravaganza: 15 Sep (Fri).

Tickets to F1 S’pore Grand Prix

All tickets to the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2023 provide access to the concerts at the Padang Stage in Zone 4.

Patrons will need to ensure that they have a valid ticket on the relevant day of an act’s performance.

Tickets are on sale from S$128 for a single-day ticket and S$398 for a three-day pass. Official tickets can be purchased from the Singapore Grand Prix website and via authorised ticketing partners.

It’s not common for K-pop artists to grace the F1 Grand Prix Show. More often than not, western artists are usually the ones who play at the live concert. For instance, Westlife performed last year while Dua Lipa played at the motor racing event in 2018.

As far as Korean acts are concerned, K-pop supergroup BIGBANG played at the F1 Grand Prix back in 2013 as the Korean headliner.


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