The Kid Laroi to Perform at the Singapore Grand Prix

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The Kid Laroi to Perform at the Singapore Grand Prix in October

Breakout pop star The Kid Laroi is set to perform at the highly anticipated Singapore Grand Prix (Formula One) on Oct. 2. After two years of restrictions, the annual motor racing tournament is back with an exciting series of programmes including world-class musical performances.

The Kid Laroi will be performing on the “Hard Stage,” where he is expected to sing his viral TikTok tracks “Without You” and “Stay.” Also present at the sports event are international acts Marshmello, Green Day, Black Eyed Peas, Suede, and TLC. Local artists like Altoduo, DJ Aurora, Garden City Movement, INCH, Ice Cream Sundays, and The Ramona Flowers will also be performing.

The Singapore Grand Prix will be held at the Marina Bay Street Circuit from Sep. 30 to Oct. 2. Tickets for The Kid Laroi’s performance start at S$198 and are available via SingaporeGP.

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