23 Oct 2019, 10am
LAMC Productions is proud to announce that world-renowned German rock band Scorpions and iconic English hard rock band Whitesnake are performing in Singapore on 4 March 2020, Wednesday, at Fort Canning Park!
Rock out to full sets from two of the most celebrated rock icons in one night! Scorpions
and Whitesnake are a deadly duo, having co-headlined on a tour before.
Approximately 1 hour 30 minutes
Rating / Age Limit
- No admission for infant in arms and children below 6 years old
- Children 6 years and above must purchase a ticket for entry
- Admission is subject to tickets produced at the entrance
Photography / Video Recording Rules:
- Photography, Video Recording and Audio Recording are strictly prohibited during the performance.
Public Early Bird Sale Through all SISTIC Channels
S$158 for Early Bird
[Valid from 23 Oct 2019]
50 years have gone by since the days where the juvenile Klaus Meine, Rudolf Schenker and Matthias Jabs wandered the streets of Hannover, which was just awakening from post-war paralysis, with a barrow carrying their instruments and amplifiers. Since then, the band has become Germany’s or rather Continental Europe’s most successful rock band and an instantly recognisable name in the rock scene.
Expressing a career like the one of the Scorpions in mere numbers is almost impossible. However, one number that should still be mentioned is more than 100 million records sold to date. However, countless silver, gold and platinum awards are only one side of the Scorpions’ history. Another is their unabated desire to travel. They have played thousands of concerts in all corners of the planet: from Rio de Janeiro, Tokyo, Moscow, Washington, Dubai, Paris to Berlin.
In 1988, they were the first Western rock band to play sold‐out shows five days in a row in the then still Soviet Leningrad. They’ve swept the board big time in Brazil in 1985 at the legendary “Rock in Rio” festival which was then documented on the epochal live album “World Wide Live” - the band’s final breakthrough in the US, cementing their reputation as one of the planet’s hottest live bands.
And then there was the 1989 “Moscow Music Peace” festival, where the Scorpions
There were many magic live moments; some of them are captured on live albums, others on film and video recordings. These are the moments, which have cemented the Scorpions’ reputation as one of the rare bands rising far above the crowd.
Whitesnake is one of the most successful and enduring rock bands in the world. Formed in 1978 by former Deep Purple frontman David Coverdale, the band soon became one of Europe’s most successful live acts before Coverdale decamped to America and relaunched the band in the late 80's with the multi-platinum success of their album ‘1987’. The album went top ten on both sides of the Atlantic within a week of its release and would go on to sell eight million copies in the U.S alone, giving them a number one single on the Billboard Hot 100 with “Here I Go Again” to boot.
Back in the U.K the band were nominated for a BRIT Award for Best British Group off the back of it but the album was a phenomenon in America, making them true Arena headliners for the first time in their career. Ever since then, the band has been one of the most respected acts in hard rock, with an envious back catalogue of bona-fide hits still able to bring an arena or a festival to its knees thirty years after their heyday. Coverdale is still a truly magnetic frontman, and the whole band still come highly recommended.
In 2015 the band released The Purple Album, a reworking of classic songs from David's Deep Purple days. The subsequent world tour was one of the bands most successful, starting in America and finishing in the UK at the end of December.
Get ready for Scorpions and Whitesnake’s stinging sound! Gear up for a legendary rock music experience.