HYDEOUT: Asia's First Multi-Genre Festival is Coming to Singapore Featuring A$ap Rocky, JBalvin, Rita Ora & More

HYDEOUT: Asia’s First Multi-Genre Festival is Coming to Singapore Featuring A$ap Rocky, JBalvin, Rita Ora & More

Get ready for a star-studded music festival coming to Singapore this April 2020, featuring world-class multi-genre acts like A$AP Rocky, Yellow Claw, JBalvin and more!

Wondering where to party your weekends away this 2020? Introducing the region’s first ever multi-genre festival, Hydeout is an all-new music festival happening in Singapore over two weekends in April. Major international artists like Martin Garrix, Nicky Romero, Yellow Claw, Slushii and Alison Wonderland have just been announced to its lineup of musical acts, joining the likes of A$AP Rocky, JBalvin, and Rita Ora. 

The first festival of its kind to feature artists of vastly different genres, Hydeout bills itself as a space where great music, diverse art and wild fun collide. Taking over Singapore’s The Meadow at Gardens by the Bay, the space will be re-imagined and transformed to host a multi-stage arena for an array of artistic expressions. 

The first wave of artists leading the line-up includes international music powerhouses like A$AP Rocky, DJ Snake, Gucci Mane, Rita Ora and more! Local Singaporean talent, MYRNE, will also be producing an experiential Hydeout soundscape to set the atmosphere for this exciting festival. 

Hydeout will be taking place across two weekends on 10, 11, 17 and 18 April 2020. Early bird tickets start from S$158. Visit www.hydeout.sg to register your interest for early bird preferential ticket pricing.

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Natasha is always on a quest to find a place where it is always spring. Until then, she spends her days reading travel journals, watching travelogues and searching for cheap flights to anywhere around the world. If a bar is playing good music, she’s probably there with a drink in hand.


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