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PATRONS ATTENDING BILLIE EILISH’S ‘HAPPIER THAN EVER’ TOUR ADVISED TO ARRIVE EARLY AND TO TAKE PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Patrons attending Billie Eilish’s ‘Happier Than Ever’ Tour on 21 August (Sunday) are advised to take public transport and are welcome to join us when gates open.
By Sportshub
PATRONS ATTENDING BILLIE EILISH’S ‘HAPPIER THAN EVER’ TOUR ADVISED TO ARRIVE EARLY AND TO TAKE PUBLIC TRANSPORT

  • Patrons are advised to arrive at least one hour before the show starts, with gates opening from 5:30pm
  • Proof of vaccination via TraceTogether or HealthHub app is required for entry.

Singapore, 18 August 2022 – Patrons attending Billie Eilish’s ‘Happier Than Ever’ Tour on 21 August (Sunday) are advised to take public transport and are welcome to join us when gates open. 

The concert will commence at 8:00pm, and gates will open at: 

  • 5:30pm for Priority Standing ticket holders
  • 6:00pm for General Standing & Standard ticket holders

Please note that priority entry for ticket holders of Category 1 Priority Standing tickets will only be valid from 5:30 - 6:00pm. 

This is a Vaccination-Differentiated Safe Management Measures event. All patrons are required to show proof of vaccination via their TraceTogether or HealthHub app for entry, and masks must be worn at all times except when consuming food or beverage. For ease of entry into the National Stadium, patrons are advised to check the gate number on their ticket well in advance and head to the 100PLUS Promenade on arrival. 

Standing Pen Patrons 

Gate No. indicated on ticket 

Arriving by MRT 

1, 21 

Stadium MRT Exit A 

12, 15 

Stadium MRT Exit B 

Seating Bowl Patrons

Gate No. indicated on ticket 

Arriving by MRT 

3, 4, 6, 18 

Stadium MRT Exit A 

8, 9, 10 

Stadium MRT Exit B 

For full event details including vaccination requirements, safe management measures and admission rules, please refer to the Event Page. For information on public transport serving the Singapore Sports Hub, please refer to our online guide on Getting Here

We look forward to welcoming all to Billie Eilish’s “Happier Than Ever” Tour on 21 August! 

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MEDIA ENQUIRIES 

Hu Yuheng 
Associate, Mutant Communications
yuheng@mutant.com.sg 

Gerri Kwan 
Assistant Director, Communications, Singapore Sports Hub
Gerri.kwan@sportshub.com.sg 

ABOUT SINGAPORE SPORTS HUB 

The Singapore Sports Hub is a fully integrated sports, entertainment and lifestyle hub, with programming that comprises world-class recreational and competitive events, as well as community events, to serve children, youth, working adults, seniors, families, and less privileged population segments in Singapore and tourism sectors. Consisting of a unique cluster development of world-class sports facilities within the city, it plays a critical role in accelerating the development of Singapore’s sports industry, excellence and participation. Its vision is to be the region’s premier sports, entertainment and lifestyle destination. 

Located on a 35-hectare site in Kallang, the Singapore Sports Hub includes the following facilities: 

  • A new 55,000-capacity National Stadium with a retractable roof and movable tiered seating
  • The iconic Singapore Indoor Stadium
  • A 6,000-capacity OCBC Aquatic Centre that meets FINA standards
  • A 3,000-capacity OCBC Arena which is scalable and flexible in layout
  • Water Sports Centre featuring kayaking and canoeing
  • 41,000 sqm Kallang Wave Mall, including indoor climbing wall and Splash-N-Surf facility (Kids Waterpark, Stingray and Lazy River)
  • 100PLUS Promenade that encircles the National Stadium
  • Singapore Youth Olympic Museum & Singapore Sports Museum
  • Sports Hub Library
  • Shimano Cycling World
  • Daily community facilities and activities, including beach volleyball, hard courts (futsal, basketball and netball) lawn bowls, giant chess, skate park and running & cycling paths.

The Singapore Sports Hub, which is managed by SportsHub Pte Ltd, is one of the largest sporting Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects in the world. It is also Singapore's largest flagship PPP project of this nature and has won the Project Finance International (PFI) award in London in 2011, World Architecture Festival Awards for Best Future Project in the leisure-led development category in 2013 and Sports Building of the Year in 2014. 

For more information, please visit the Singapore Sports Hub: 

 
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