What to Expect at Waterbomb 2024 Singapore

Unveiling the First Line-up of Stars for a Spectacular Water-Themed Festival
14 May 2024

Get ready for a tidal wave of excitement this August as Viu Scream Dates proudly presents WATERBOMB SINGAPORE 2024. In partnership with Evergreen Group Holdings and UOB, this music-and-water-themed extravaganza is set to take over Siloso Beach, Sentosa on 24 & 25 August 2024.

WATERBOMB SINGAPORE 2024 boasts a stellar lineup of South Korean acts, including BamBam, BIBI, Kid Milli, KWON EUNBI, Sandara Park, TEAM BEBE, and VIVIZ. Adding to the excitement are Thai star SORN and rising local artists lullaboy, ALYPH, and Haven, promising an unforgettable fusion of international and local talent.

Attendees can anticipate a unique beach village experience designed by INVADE, featuring Insta-worthy photo spots, exhilarating party games, and water-themed activities. This immersive environment enhances the festival’s appeal, offering more than just music — it’s a complete sensory experience.

The introduction of WATERBOMB to Singapore has sparked significant excitement, highlighting the event’s role in connecting fans with their favourite stars beyond the screen. The festival is a pivotal moment in bridging K-content between Korea and Southeast Asia. Additionally, UOB’s support in presenting diverse acts underscores WATERBOMB as the inaugural K-pop offering for fans in Singapore and the wider ASEAN region.

Ticket Sales and Information

Standard tickets for WATERBOMB SINGAPORE 2024 will be available to the public starting May 10, priced at $198 for a 1-day pass and $338 for a 2-day pass. UOB cardholders can access a pre-sale on May 9. All tickets can be purchased via the official ticketing partner KKday.

Join the Excitement

The initial artiste line-up for WATERBOMB SINGAPORE 2024 is just the beginning! Stay updated by following WATERBOMB on website, Facebook, Instagram, X, and TikTok for the latest announcements and exclusive content.

Images Credit: WATERBOMB SINGAPORE 2024 and Viu

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