4 years ago, syrupy-voiced songstress Mariah Carey set foot in Singapore to perform at the Singapore Grand Prix 2010. Since then, she has given birth to a pair of adorable twins and is now back with a bang! Having just released her 14th album that is truly Mariah titled, “Me. I am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse“, she has proven time and time again, just like every other time, that she has still got it.

Sure, chances of her being in this region are slim but not all hope is lost, Mimi fans. It was just announced that Mariah Carey is sinking her stilettos once again on Singaporean soil! Organisers UnUsUaL Entertainments will be bringing Mariah Carey to Singapore come October to perform at the newly-completed National Stadium. She performed at the old National Stadium about 14 years ago and will be the first artiste to have performed at both the old and new National Stadium.

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With a career spanning 20 years, 5 Grammy awards, and more than 200 million records, her headline tour is guaranteed to be an extravagant pop spectacular!

Deets are as follows:

Date: 24th October 2014

Time: TBC

Venue : Singapore National Stadium

Ticketing: SGD248*, SGD198*, SGD168*, SGD128*, SGD98* (*excludes SGD4 booking fee) via Sports Hub Tix.

* OCBC card members priority booking from 30th July – 3rd August. Public sales start on 4th August.

Note: The “Me. I Am Mariah” 2014 Singapore concert is part of her upcoming concert tour which will reportedly also bring her to Malaysia, China, Japan, and Korea. Yes, you read right. Malaysia. There has been no news about her concert here yet though but hang in there! We’ll find out if it is in fact true.

Sources: 1, 2.

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