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Operating Hours and Performance Schedule
Grange Road Car Park & *SCAPE
- Monday – Thursday
- 4pm – 10pm daily
- 4pm – 11pm daily
- 12pm – 11pm daily
- 12pm – 10pm daily
- Sunday – Thursday
- 12pm – 10pm daily
- Friday – Saturday
- 12pm – 11pm daily
Please note that all rides will be closed from 3pm – 4pm daily for cleaning and sanitisation.
Nightly Performances at *SCAPE:
Born and raised in the sunny city-state, Charlene spent her early years learning to appreciate, love, and create art of all forms. Her bright, dulcet tones, vocal control, and unique musicality, has led her to clinch the title of runner-up in Season 2 of The Final One, a local reality TV singing competition recorded in 2015. Today, Charlene combines her passions for music, fashion, tech, and travel with a marketing savvy approach.
Estelle Fly is the energetic new female act that will lead the charge with her brand of electro-pop. Her debut single, "Love Like This", takes on us an empowering journey through heartbreak and toxic relationships, coming out stronger and bolder. Known as being one of the four-piece Japanese idol group, Sea*A, and a rising YouTube personality, Estelle Fly continues to grow into one of Singapore's most exciting new artistes.
Consisting of Michael Garcia (vocals, guitars, keys) and Christian Jansen (drums, guitars, keys), Singapore-based Islandeer draws inspiration from bands such as Radiohead, Bombay Bicycle Club, The Beatles, Fleet Foxes, The Strokes and more, combining styles from 60s pop, 70s rock, Indie Rock, and Modern Psychedelia.
The duo released Lost Bicycle / What to Do in Times of an Existential Crisis on 14th June 2019 as they journey towards releasing their debut album.
Jordan Wei is a pianist, composer, arranger, author, and educator, and is no stranger to the music scene in Singapore. Since graduating from Middlesex University in London with a Masters in Jazz Composition and Performance, Jordan has established himself as one of the region’s most sought-after pianists, working with many musicians both locally and internationally.
He has also composed and arranged for local entities and produced music scores for regional productions and concerts. Jordan is currently based in Singapore while performing and teaching internationally.
Having picked up singing and playing several musical instruments since her early childhood, Lisa has been active in the Singapore music scene since 2013. She was one of the lead vocalists of the band enec.e (pronounced: enecdote), an indie-pop/shoegaze band that won the inter-polytechnic band competition, Thunder Band Slam, in 2012.
Lisa has also started to pen her own originals and currently performs at Timbre Substation every Tuesday and Friday with renown local band, 53A.
Lucky Strike is one of the most unique semi-acoustic bands in Singapore, featuring lead vocalist, Kalysa, lead vocalist and guitarist, Halim, keyboardist, Reno and drummer, Vimal. Their sound is heavily influenced by the usage of electronics and samples to portray a new-age sound, yet balancing it with melodious instrumentals and intense vocals to ensure that they allow the audience to vibe together with them.
Mee Toh School Choir
Mee Toh School Choir nurtures their student's singing talent and provides them with opportunities to showcase their talent and confidence in school and in public.
This year, Mee Toh School Choir is proud to be part of The Great Christmas Village 2019, where they'll welcome Christmas with four lovely carols – "Jingle-Bell Rock”, “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer”, “Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!”, and “Santa Claus is Coming to Town”.
A local cover band, covering mainly pop-rock and top 40s, the name Midnight Mantras may be new in the music scene, but not the members. Each individual has years of experience, be it performing with other bands on regular gigs, being sessioned for local and international artistes, or travelling overseas for shows. It is their love of music that brought them together—led by Riff on guitar and vocals, Amy on vocals, Az on bass, and BJ on drums.
PAM & SKY
Pamela Khi is one who loves to interact with her audience. Her charm and powerful vocals are just some of her traits you will experience once you witness her performance. Pamela’s love for singing has also brought her many achievements, travelling across Asia and the Middle East.
Sky has been actively performing in the music scene since 2006 and is known for his high energy and rhythmic playing style that can hype up any crowd.
Pam & Sky have been performing together since 2013, and continue to entertain with their high energy rhythms and interactions with their audiences.
Formed in May 2016, Picks is a two-piece Alternative Electronics Duo band consisting of Matt and Kim. Picks fuses and experiments with real sounds/instruments and samplers played live.
SISAY (which means “blossoming” in their native language, Kichwa) is a native South American ensemble from Ecuador, which has roots in Native American and Imbayas Nation ancestry. SISAY’s enchanting sound is a combination of their native traditional and sacred music legacy passed through generations as well as the experiences they have acquired from the present world.
Currently, SISAY continues sharing their outstanding performances with the world and is considered as the leading representatives of Ecuadorian and Andean music in Asia.
Singer-songwriter, Steph, likes to strum late into the night under the fairy lights in her room, where she mixes up songs playing on the radio. Although her online repertoire consists mainly of acoustic tracks, her musical influences are primarily pop-rock while she gets lyrical inspiration from poetry. Steph spent two years with her band, After Indigo, before embarking on her solo projects, penning originals about the world around her.
Local cover Band "Supersonic" is an eclectic mix of experienced musicians who came together with a common goal. To share their music with the masses. Comprising of talented individuals with years of experience shared amongst them in the local music scene as well as abroad, "SuperSonic" is an act that promises to invigorate 'live' music lovers from all walks of life. From Top 40s, rock, evergreen classics and more, their extensive repertoire encompasses different genres caters to all ages.
Teo Jia Rong
Teo Jia Rong has been playing music for 15 years with a strong classical background. In his early years, he's played in the Singapore National Youth Orchestra and the Sembawang Wind Orchestra. Apart from playing classical music, Jia Rong has developed into an inventive player on the drum kit, working with many musicians and veterans from Singapore's jazz and pop music scene over the past few years. He's currently a Sonor international artist, Aquarian drumheads international artist, and Beyerdynamic Asia artist.
The Common People
The Common People (TCP) plays top 40s pop-rock and party tunes from the 80s and 90s. They take full ownership of making their audiences cry, laugh, and lose their voices, and are blamed by their friends for having their toes stepped on while dancing. With vast individual musical experiences, the members of TCP come together with a desire to create a crowd-pleasing vibe, playing exactly what the crowd wants to hear at the appropriate moment. There’s no prearranged set list, so get your song requests ready and expect to hear something new every time!
The JumpStart is a combination of friends, colleagues, and music enthusiasts, aiming to give music a deserving new lease of life. As a bilingual live band, The JumpStart’s music can be easily distinguished through its tight harmonies, complemented by an eclectic use of a broad range of sounds and instruments.
Through their originals and covers of songs spanning from classics to current Top 40 hits of today, the band is always geared up to bringing new creations to their audience.
Paying tribute to the legends of the Rhythms and Blues (R&B) genre, The Souls features Singapore’s leading vocalists, Vannessa Barker and Surath Godfrey, as well as an eight-piece backing band. Get set for gritty, groovy, and heartfelt music performed by Lion City’s own and best musicians, for The Souls will take you back to the 1960’s Golden Era of R&B.
Fronted by Pam Khi, with Jennifer Ng on percussion, and Ian Ortega on guitar, UNIFIED works towards bringing a different flavour to songs and adding new dimensions to them with their style and vocal harmonies. Their repertoire ranges from the 70s all the way to the current radio hits, and on occasions, surprising even the youngest members of the crowd with some popular children hit songs!
Armed with an unhealthy obsession of humour, love, and heartbreak, Vivien brings the honesty and hurt of living to any listening audience. Her songs are temperamental, waxing, and waning as she traverses the erratic beats of life as an independent artist, adult (barely), and human. Infectious and brooding melodies paired with romantic lyricism, Vivien’s music waxes lyrical of her struggles with identity and self-worth.
The synth-pop duo consisting of Michelle Jeon (vocals, guitar, synths) and Aqid Aiman (vocals, synths, production), was born out of a desire for a sea-change; to delve into new musical territories. They both cut their teeth in bands playing post-rock and alternative, and are experienced live performers, having played stages such as Glowbeat x *SCAPE, and the NUS Arts Festival. They aspire to write layered, textured songs that audiences can vibe to and resonate with.