American pop singer Billie Eilish performed in front of some 30,000 fans at the National Stadium—one of the largest venues for concerts in Singapore—yesterday, in the first concert held at the venue since the Covid-19 pandemic struck in 2020.
Concertgoers, many in their teens, were required to show proof they were vaccinated before they were allowed to enter. They also had to keep their masks on throughout the show.
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Having landed on our sunny shores for the Singapore leg of her Happier Than Ever world tour, the Bad Guy singer took some time to explore the sights and sounds of Singapore.
At 20, Eilish is the youngest artiste to headline a concert at the National Stadium. She last performed in Singapore at the St Jerome’s Laneway Festival at Gardens by the Bay in 2018.
Other big names from the music scene are slated to perform at the National Stadium over the next few months. They include Singapore singer JJ Lin, American rock band Guns N’ Roses and Canadian singer Justin Bieber.
This article originally appeared on The Straits Times.
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