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Our Top 10 Favourite Concerts Of 2015

By  December 20, 2015

Time really does fly. It feels like it was just yesterday when One Direction still had five members and it feels like it was just last week when they were performing at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. NOPE, all that happened nine months ago. It's like, wow, Harry Styles could have impregnated me then and I would be giving birth to our first-born today.

While that did not happen (sadly), 2015 was an amazing year for concert-goers as we saw many debut concerts as well as returning ones. Without further ado, here's a list of our top 10 favourite concerts of the year (in no particular order). Is yours on it?


1. Kodaline (with special guests Sheppard)

Bet you guys didn't know you could feel so many different emotions all in a night. Read Teejay's review here and let dem feels take you over once again.


2. F1 

Pharrell Williams? Maroon 5??? Bon Jovi????? The F1 Singapore Grand Prix may be already known previously for their star-studded lineup, but they really outdid themselves this year. Take a look at Letazia's review on the three nights of unbelievable performances. 


3. One Direction

Phew. It's time we thank all our lucky stars we got to see our five favourite boys perform together before it was announced just two weeks later that Zayn Malik was leaving the band. Here's our review on the concert


4. Backstreet Boys


We wanted nostalgia and thankfully, that was exactly what we were delivered. Read our concert review on how the Backstreet Boys turned the diversified audience of all ages into a unison bunch of screaming fangirls.


5. Imagine Dragons

"Imagine Dragons’ presence here is anything but a mere whirlwind that’s stopped by", describes Joey. Read the rest of her review on Imagine Dragon's Smoke + Mirror tour here!


6. New Found Glory

Their median age may be 35, but that ain't stopping the boys of New Found Glory from rocking our socks off at The Ground Theatre at Scape. They even covered Taylor Swift that night! Read what else they did here!


7. Twenty One Pilots 

If I had to pick my favourite concert of the year, it would be Twenty One Pilot's. "We are Twenty One Pilots and so are you"??? /dead. I second everything that Solihin has to say about the duo's amazing performance. 


8. Ed Sheeran

Remember that one night in March when everyone on your Instagram feed was uploading photos of Ed Sheeran performing at The Star Theatre while you were in bed, seething with jealousy? Here's what you missed.


9. Echosmith

Frontwoman Sydney Sierota is the dancing queen Abba sings about (young and sweet, only 17). She may be petite in size and tender in age, but her onstage charisma is undeniable, as confirmed by Joey.

And last but not least...


10. Taylor Swift

I know it has been a month since Taylor performed here, but the post-concert blues are still going strong. Relive the 1989 concert through our review here!


Photo credit: LAMC Production, Live Nation Lushington, Impact Live, AEG Live, F1 Singapore Grand Prix

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