G.H.Y Culture & Media Holding Co., Limited, is proud to announce that Jay Chou (“周杰伦”) will be bringing his Carnival World Tour back to Singapore on 17 and 18 December 2022 at the Singapore National Stadium.
Additional tickets have been released for Justin Bieber’s Justice World Tour on October 25, 2022 at the National Stadium.
Are you ready for LIVE Concerts? The wait is over.
Let A-Lin kick off the prelude to the performance, detonate the heat at Singapore Indoor Stadium on 28 May 2022, 8pm.
Mark your calendars as Taiwanese singer, A-LIN, will be in Singapore this 28 May 2022 to kick start her latest World Tour. A-Lin will be the First Performing Artiste to entertain a live audience of more than 7,000 capacity at the Singapore Indoor Stadium, the very first big scale Live Concert since March 2020. On that date, "A-Link with Passengers World Tour 2022" will take off from Singapore.
UFC Championship Belt comes to Singapore on June 12, 2022! Singapore welcomes back world-class international sports for an historic set of firsts when UFC returns for UFC 275: Teixeira versus Prochazka.
Fans will witness live the very first pair of UFC world title fights ever to be held in Southeast Asia on the first major global Pay Per View event to take place in Singapore. The iconic Octagon will be the setting for not one, but two significant UFC world title matches.
The Singapore Sports Hub, which opened to the public in June 2014, is the first fully integrated and sustainable sports, leisure, entertainment and lifestyle project in Singapore.
SportsHub Pte Ltd (“SportsHub”) is a special purpose company which was granted the right by the Singapore Sports Council (rebranded as Sport Singapore) (“Sport Singapore”) to design, build, finance and operate the Singapore Sports Hub as a flagship project under the Singapore government’s PPP initiative and is currently the world’s largest sports infrastructure PPP project.
The Lions will take on Harimau Malaya on 26 March before facing the Philippines three days later, in their first international outings since the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Suzuki Cup 2020 last December.
Prior to that, Malaysia will play the Philippines on 23 March in the first match of the Series. All three international ‘A’ matches will be played at the National Stadium, Singapore Sports Hub and kick off at 8pm.