ANNOUNCEMENT: Singapore’s Dangerous Fest announce lineup for 2018 edition!

ANNOUNCEMENT | Singapore’s Dangerous Fest
January 6, 2018
Aliwal Arts Centre

Stoked to help announce the full lineup for the 2018 edition of Singapore’s Dangerous Fest! This year’s edition takes place on January 6 at Aliwal Arts Centre starting at 3pm and once again is organized by the amazing dudes behind ACPHC and Dangerous Goods. When you see the lineup below (and if for some fucking reason you’re unfamiliar with any of the insane bands taking part in this year’s edition) you’ll see why 3pm is probably the MOST appropriate time to roll out to this thing. You’re going to need the energy to be left standing til the last band blasts through their last note.

Nicholas of ACPHC says: Super stoked that Paulo and I managed to do a second edition of Dangerous Fest and we hope to make this a yearly tradition. The response for the inaugural showcase earlier this year was incredibly overwhelming and encouraging and we expect nothing less for Dangerous Fest 2. Hardcore is on top of its game in Singapore right now and it doesn’t look to be slowing down anytime soon. Let’s make this a great one.”

Paulo of Dangerous Goods added: “Friends in Singapore and South East Asia seriously, you guys need to start marking the first weekend of every year on your calendars and clear your schedule to make time for this fest (or plan for a trip to SG for overseas friends)!

We’re stoked to be having this fest for a 2nd time and hopefully we can make this a yearly affair from hereon. We’ll keep trying to make it better and get more sick bands to play at the same time keeping it affordable for everyone. Who knows? Maybe this is the start of an annual hardcore/punk fest for SG and Southeast Asia that we can call our own. Surely with everyone’s support we can make it happen!”

Anything Asia related that supports our talent out here is something we clearly back!

Now go check out all the bands participating:

Headlining the fest is metallic hardcore band Ill Natured out of Australia:

The remaining 9 acts are bands who have released something (or are about to) on Singapore’s own Dangerous Goods. The bands include 2 others from outside of Singapore:

Hong Kong


And then of course the fucking madness of homegrown talent:







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