Growing up, I listened to music from different genres and countries. English, Mandarin, Korean, a little bit of Japanese as well as the weirdly iconic ones like Crazy Frog.
That being said, I can’t mention Crazy frog without featuring this pair of brothers.
For good or for worse, there’s no denying that music has a strong impact on its listeners.
Imagine movies without background music and sound effects. That heartbreaking scene in More than Blue (比悲傷更悲傷的故事) where A-Lin sings the chorus of the official soundtrack – 有一種悲傷 wouldn’t be a cue for the waterworks.
One of the reasons why I haven’t been catching up on mainstream English music is because they’re generally about the same few things – drugs and booty, complete with very catchy lyrics and rhythm.
Even when I sing Karaoke with my friends, I realize that the majority of the English songs we belt out are classics by Britney Spears, Linkin Park and Avril Lavigne.
Songs back then actually had more feels if you will, and the lyrics seemed to make more sense the more you listen to it when you’re older.
Not pointing fingers but y’know, work in general.
If you’d like to rewind time like me and go back to a place much simpler than this, I might just have the solution for you.
But beware, the solution comes in limited quantity so I suggest you act fast.
Uncles Boys to perform in Singapore
YES. American boy band Backstreet Boys are coming to Singapore on 30 Oct 2019 as part of their DNA World Tour in Asia.
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The boys first announced this big news on their official Facebook page on 26 March 2019 (see, told you they’re uncles liao: if they’re young, they would be using Instagram) along with details of the ticket sales and concert dates.
Asia! We heard you ✌️We are so excited to bring the #DNAWorldTour to you this October! Japan & Singapore, your fan club ticket presale begins soon! Southeast Asia, keep checking back for ticket info. Visit BackstreetBoys.com for all the information 🧬 October 12 Tokyo, JapanOctober 13 Tokyo, JapanOctober 16 Osaka, JapanOctober 19 Macau, ChinaOctober 22 Taipei, TaiwanOctober 24 Bangkok, ThailandOctober 26 Jakarta, IndonesiaOctober 28 Manila, PhilippinesOctober 30 Singapore, Singapore
Posted by Backstreet Boys on Monday, 25 March 2019
Concert details not to be missed
According to their website, the
uncles boys will kick start their World Tour in Las Vegas on 10 April before travelling the world for 6 long months and finish up their tour in the Singapore Indoor Stadium on 30 October.
Do note that the timing of the concert in Singapore has yet to be confirmed.
Dates and Countries
The quintet will be performing at a total of 7 countries during their visit to Asia – Japan, China, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines and of course, Singapore.
Yes, we’re the only stop in the region. So be prepared to fight with more than Singaporeans for the tickets.
Ticket prices range from S$168 to S$398 and have yet to include booking fees.
Fan Club Pre-sale
If you haven’t joined their Fan Club, do so here to enjoy the pre-sale for happening from 28 March at 10 am to 29 March at 11:59 pm.
Live Nation members and Media pre-sale
Tickets for Live Nation members can be bought from all channels on 31 March from 12 pm to 11:59 pm.
General tickets will be available across all Sportshubtix channels on 1 April at 12 pm via their website or at +65 3158 7888 for phone bookings.
Alternatively, tickets can be purchased from the Singapore Indoor Stadium Box Office, the Star Performing Arts Centre Box Office, all SingPost Outlets and Scotts Square Concierge Desk
If you can’t resist singing I Want It That Way like Jake and the criminals from Brooklyn Nine-Nine, be sure to get yourself a ticket to catch the OG singers live!
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