The final wave of entertainment acts for the Singapore Grand Prix was announced this morning.
Black Eyed Peas, The Kid Laroi, TLC and Suede have been added to the list of acts to entertain guests between races during the Formula 1 night races Sept. 30 to Oct. 2.
Marshmello, Westlife and Green Day were previously confirmed as acts during the three-day race weekend.
In total, the Singapore Grand Prix said there will be 92 performances across nine stages, 79 roving acts, art installations, and activities.
American pop-rap group Black Eyed Peas, now without female member Fergie, will stop in Singapore for two days (Oct. 1 and 2) of their European tour. They recently collaborated with superstars Shakira and David Guetta on their 2020 album Translation.
American R&B girl group TLC, a veteran in the industry with a slew of awards from the past three decades, and British alternative band Suede will perform Saturday, Oct. 1.
Australian breakout star The Kid Laroi, who brought hits like Stay with Justin Bieber and Thousand Miles, will take the stage Sunday, Oct. 2.
There will also be a mix of international and local acts performing throughout the Circuit Park. International acts include American indie pop band iDKHOW, Swedish-Gambian singer-songwriter Seinabo Sey, Kerala-based multilingual indie-folk alternative band When Chai Met Toast, Malaysian reggae band Salammusik and Israeli electronic music project Garden City Movement.
Singaporean acts include singer-songwriter Inch, hip-hop duo Ihasamic! & Wovensound, rapper Shigga Shay, dancers ScRach MarcS and music producer DJ Wukong.
Limited tickets are on sale at the F1 website.