VIPs in the region, you might want to head over to Singapore for New Year’s Eve.

K-Pop idol boy group BIGBANG, Malaysian singer Siti Nurhaliza and Singapore’s Stefanie Sun and Kit Chan are just some of the celebrities who will be performing at this year’s “Celebrate SG50” countdown show, which will take place from 8pm at The Float @ Marina Bay on New Year’s Eve (31st Dec).

BIGBANG 2014

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Other artistes who will be performing during the 7-hour extravaganza include the Dim Sum Dollies, John Molina, The Sam Willows, Julie Tan, Dick Lee, and Pravitha. The 8 Dukes of Caldecott Hill – Romeo Tan, Desmond Tan, Zhang Zhen Huan, Ian Fang, Shane Pow, Jeffrey Xu, Aloysius Pang and Xu Bin – will also be at the event.

We hear that BIGBANG will hold a full concert after the 8-minute midnight fireworks display, which will mark the arrival of 2015.

They will be followed by DJ Tinc, who will keep the party going from 1 – 3am. The star-studded show will be hosted by Yasminne Cheng, Jean Danker, Justin Ang, Vernon A and Joanne Peh.

The island-wide celebrations will link up other satellite town locations like Bishan Park, Boon Lay Place and Punggol East.

“This is a show that will unite the nation as we count down together to 2015, a significant milestone in Singapore’s history,” said Mr Benard Lim, MediaCorp Managing Director for TV. “We hope to have everyone in Singapore joining us at these locations, or watching the show from their living rooms or watching wherever they are on Toggle via live streaming. For a more engaging and exciting viewing experience, Toggle Now will also carry a live feed from backstage.”

Celebrate SG50 2014

Tickets from S$28 are available at all SISTIC outlets from 26th November. More information can be found on this portal.

(Source)

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