LAMC Productions is excited to announce that the multi talented singer, rapper & producer, MIKE SHINODA, of Linkin Park, will perform in Singapore, as part of his ‘Post Traumatic’ tour on Wednesday, 22 August, 2018 at Zepp @ BigBox Singapore!
(This is a Free Standing Event)
Early Bird: S$138* [SOLD OUT]
Standard: S$148*
At The Door: S$158*
Add-on: Priority Entry: S$20
(Does not Include Concert Ticket)
S$10 OFF for Group Booking (Min 3 Tickets)
Add-on: VIP Hospitality: S$150
(Concert ticket must be purchased separately)
Only Through SISTIC Authorized Agents
S$348 for Triple Shot Package
[Applicable to Paramore, Mike Shinoda and Chance the Rapper shows only]
[Priority entry not included in the ticket price]
*Excluding SISTIC Booking Fee
Limited availability hurry & book now!
  1. Private cordoned off VIP Hospitality Area with Prime View of the stage! 
  2. Priority Entry starting at 6pm.
  3. Drink Coupons for 4 Housepour Drinks (Beer, Wine & Soft Drinks)
  4. Exclusive access to private VIP Area bar for additional selection of mixed drinks
  5. Pre-show finger food selections.
  6. Commemorative Laminate & Lanyard that allows access into the private hospitality/viewing area before and during the show.

For VVIP table / bottle service, please call our VIP manager Aza at (+65) 8608 3268
Priority entry add-on ticketholders get to enter the venue ahead of Standard ticket holders.


Mike Shinoda recently headlined IDENTITY LA, a free festival in Los Angeles. He will also be headed to Japan to play the Summer Sonic Festival and the Reading/Leeds festival in August.


“I’m looking forward to getting back to releasing music and touring, those things are ‘normal’ to me -- it’s what my professional life has revolved around for years. And I know this will be different, so I’m excited to figure out what this new normal is.” - Mike Shinoda


Mike Shinoda is a songwriter, performer, record producer, film composer and visual artist with a B.A. in illustration and Doctorate of Humane Letters from Art Center College of Design. He is best known as co-lead vocalist for multi-platinum Grammy-Award winning rock band, Linkin Park, which has sold over 55 million albums worldwide and commanded a massive fan following, holding the title as the most-liked band on Facebook and amassing over 5.5 billion YouTube views. Shinoda is the founding member of the group, which achieved the best-selling debut of this century with their Diamond-certified album, Hybrid Theory, selling over 10 million copies in the US alone. Collectively, they sold out stadiums around the globe and earned a multitude of accolades including 2 Grammy Awards, 5 American Music Awards, 4 MTV VMA Awards, 10 MTV Europe Music Awards, 3 World Music Awards, and most recently, “Rock Album of the Year” at the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards for their seventh studio album, One More Light. 


In 2005, Shinoda launched his first solo project, Fort Minor, releasing The Rising Tied to critical acclaim, with the single “Where’d You Go,” which reached number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and accumulated nearly 10 million YouTube views to date.


In the months since the passing of Linkin Park vocalist Chester Bennington, Shinoda has immersed himself in art as a way of processing his grief. With no agenda, Shinoda hunkered down alone in his Los Angeles home and began writing, recording, and painting.  In January, he released the Post Traumatic EP consisting of three deeply personal songs  – each one a powerful, stream-of-consciousness expression of unvarnished grief – accompanied by homemade visuals that Shinoda filmed, painted and edited himself. The response was overwhelmingly positive, with New York Times stating “The tracks are reverberant electronic dirges; the rhymes, heading into sung choruses, testify to bewilderment, mourning, resentment, self-pity and questions about what to do.”


Following the EP release, Shinoda continued to create, and the result is the upcoming Post Traumatic, a transparent and intensely personal album that, despite its title, isn’t entirely about grief, though it does start there. “It’s a journey out of grief and darkness, not into grief and darkness,” Shinoda says. Ultimately, Post Traumatic is an album about healing. The songs, though specific about Shinoda’s experience with loss, manage to be universally relatable, thanks to their honesty and heart. “If people have been through something similar, I hope they feel less alone,” he says. “If they haven’t been through this, I hope they feel grateful.” The album is set to release on June 15, 2018.


His inspiration and craftsmanship are on full display in the album’s first single, “Crossing A Line,” which finds Shinoda making an honest admission that he’s worried about his best friends feeling abandoned as he ventures out by himself. “The idea of going out and doing this alone, first of all, is totally risky,” he says. “Second, everyone in the band has already suffered a loss, and this might feel like another blow on top of it. But I had to put my faith in the idea that the guys know me better than that — they know that I’m not abandoning them or Linkin Park. That's why the chorus is, ’They’ll tell you I don’t care anymore / And I hope you know that’s a lie.’ When I sent the song to them, their responses were so heartwarming. I’m constantly reminded what incredible friends they are.”


Get ready for Mike Shinoda’s first tour as a solo artist!

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