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Mosaic Music Festival

The Mosaic Music Festival is an annual music festival held in Singapore every March. It features music from different parts of the world, and includes many different styles, including jazz, blues, hip-hop, electronica, indie, and more.

Originally set up as a festival focused on world-music and jazz acts, Mosaic’s line-up now boasts everything that’s sensationally aural from indie-folk music, to soulful rhythm and blues and booty bouncing hip-hop, to electrifying post-rock, sumptuously exotic Afrobeat and grungy ‘90s throwback indie rock – a meld which has allowed the festival to bring together a larger audiences every year.

Held at the Esplanade theatres on the Bay this 10-day regionally acclaimed festival will showcase a range of musical genres that will satisfy music aficionados from all age groups and walks of life.

What’s really amazing is that these artistes will perform in a multitude of sonically suitable venues around the Esplanade from the raucous Theatre Studio, to the intimate Mosaic recital studio and the smooth acoustic aura of the venerable Concert Hall; ensuring that musical connoisseurs derive maximum satisfaction from their gigs.   

Many different musical acts in various genres have previously come to Singapore to play, including Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds, Melody Gardot, Dinosaur Jr., Pink Martini, Kings of Convenience, and Kool and the Gang. As well as legendary multi-Grammy award winning hip-hop heads The Roots, avant-garde African music maestro Dhafer Youssef, jazz superstar Harry Connick Jr, electronic instrumentalist Imogen Heap and psychedelically experimental indie-pop vaudevilles of Montreal.

Tickets for highly sought-after performances in its line-up always sell out quickly; a testament to the festival’s ever-growing popularity. The Mosaic Music Festival is a fantastic way to unwind, relax and engage in some of the best concerts in the region with like-minded friends at the Esplanade, the throbbing epicentre of the arts and entertainment in Singapore. 

So come and experience A World of Music over 10 days of non-stop concerts from music-makers around the globe.