Weekend Gig Guide September 6 – 8, 2018

Places + Faces Singapore

September 6 | 10pm-3am

Places + Faces are back, courtesy of our friends at Collective Minds. UK’s ultra-cool lifestyle brand return to Kilo Longue for another sizzling evening filled with killer hip hop beats and fashion ops. So don your favourite streetwear threads and get ready to hit the dancefloor. The night is supported by PRAV, DeeJayXG and Joshy of homegrown hip hop label .WAV(Y).

Co-founded by Londoner Imran Ciesay, Places + Faces have greatly influenced the hip hop scene worldwide, receiving accolades from numerous rap/R&B figureheads like A$AP Rocky, Frank Ocean and Playboi Carti. Trust us, you definitely don’t wanna miss out on the sickest parties of the year.

Tickets are on sale at $40 for early bird and $50 for advance. Purchases at the door are also available at $60.



September 7 |  8pm-midnight

Singapore’s “best kept secret” KAVE HQ presents its third gig, Blast to the Past!—and its theme is ’80s-inspired. Come in your best Marty McFly outfit or gather your girl gang and make like The Heathers because the night’s all about letting lose to the grooviest choons supplied by Disco Hue, The Kave Men and DJ Wilson.

There’s only one catch: The location’s a secret. Guests will gather at The Grandstand Shuttle Pick Up point upon arrival before everyone’s blindfolded and whisked away to a mysterious party space. But don’t worry, you’re all in good hands.

Cover charge is at $25 and includes one beer. Tickets are limited to 80, so make sure to book yours now.

Cuco – Live in Singapore

September 8 | 7pm-9.30pm

The internet’s favourite new Chicano artist is set to bring his hazy brand of dream pop to The Pavilion at Far East Square. And if you’ve got a penchant for sad romantic vibes ala Cosmo Pyke and boy Pablo, then 19-year-old Cuco—real name Omar Banos—and his music will be right up your alley.

Drown your sorrows to Cuco as he hits the stage with songs like “Lover is a Day”, “Lo Que Siento” and “Amor de Siempre”.

Limited early bird tickets are available at $55. Standard tickets go at $65.