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Sat Apr 20 2019, 8:00pm–10:00pm

Where: Victoria Theatre, 9 Empress Place, Raffles Place, Singapore

Restrictions: R16

Ticket Information:

  • Cat 1 - Stalls - General Admission: $108.00
  • Cat 2 - Circle - General Admission: $88.00
  • Additional fees may apply


Listed by: dominique6fy

Figure8 Agency is thrilled to announce the debut performance of female fashion and musical twin icons, Ibeyi on Saturday, April 20th 2019 at Victoria Theatre, Singapore. Known for their soulful mix of Afro-Cuban, R&B and jazz, fans can expect an energetic and instrumental-heavy show to keep audiences enthralled from start to end.

Since releasing their first eponymous album in 2015, Lisa-Kaindé Diaz and Naomi Diaz (Ibeyi) opened a historic Chanel Cruise Fashion Show in La Habana, Cuba, doing so with their now signature Yoruba chant, an ode to their Cuban heritage. The album earned them new fans and paved the way for collaborations with some of the most admirable artists of our time, including Beyoncé and Alvin Ailey. This ultimately led to their notable performances on Beyonce’s short film Lemonade. Ever since then, the sisters have gained International acclaim beyond the French reverie.

Their second album, Ash, released in September 2017, presents a more visceral and potent political statement that pays homage to the Afro-Cuban culture and history, while running parallels with the modern political turmoil we live in. “We can do positive things with ashes,” Naomi says. “Ashes can fertilize,” Lisa-Kaindé adds. “There’s still hope.” The sisters have never shied away from writing lyrics that reflect the depth of their shared history, and include songs written in English, French and Yoruban.

Limited Early Bird - 2 weeks only
10% savings from 28 February–14 March 2019.
Only Applicable to Cat 1

Group Bundle Available
Purchase 4 tickets at full price and receive the 5th ticket at 25% off.
Applicable to both Cats.

Tickets will be available from 28 February 2019. All prices are exclusive of the ticketing charge of 4%.