A total of 16 artistes from the Asia region took centrestage performing to fervent music lovers at the Skechers Sundown Festival Saturday night at Marina Promenade.
Throngs of excited fans queued at the entrance waiting for the festival to start at 4pm. Popular rapper ShiGGa Shay kickstart the concert with his hit-list rap “Limpeh” and “Lion City Kia”, while up and coming singing sensational Jeremy Teng ignited concert-goers with his rendition of two Japanese songs.
Japanese piano-rock outfit WEAVER got Singaporean audiences roaring with surprise when the three members played a mashup, which included Singapore’s most-loved song “Home” while catchy tunes from India’s Kanika Kapoor’s Jugni Ji got the crowds moving and dancing.
Other highlights of the concert include local songstress Olivia Ong, Malaysian’s upcoming superstar Shila Amzah, and Taiwan rock powerhouse Chang Chen Yue. With all the performing artistes gathering on stage for the closing finale, the unity amongst the diversity of the Asia region was truly represented.
Other than an exciting list of songs and acts, fans on festival grounds also enjoyed a spread of mouthwatering Asian street food fares such as Halo-Halo from the Philippines and Satay from Indonesia.
Director of Red Spade Events and event organiser, Mr Kelvin Goh, exclaimed “With so many artistes coming from all around the region, Skechers Sundown Festival is truly honoured to have many music powerhouses performing in one event.”