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Not-To-Be-Missed Around The World
The world is such a magnificent playground for travel hounds and thrill-seekers.
Here are some must-see events and festivals that will take your breath away as you get jet-setting to feed that wanderlust.

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Karen Mok
Asia & Australia
Karen Mok

Hong Kong singer-actress Karen Mok will return to Singapore with her new concert tour, titled ‘The Ultimate Karen Mok Show’ as part of her 25th anniversary in showbusiness. The 48-year-old megastar, who has released over 30 albums and bagged the Best Female Mandarin Singer award twice at the Golden Melody Awards, is set to regale fans with hits such as ‘He Doesn't Love Me’ and ‘Without You’ at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.

World Club Dome
Europe
World Club Dome

World Club Dome is one of Europe’s biggest EDM festivals that sees Eintracht Frankfurt’s Commerzbank Arena football stadium transformed into the ‘world’s biggest club’, having featured EDM heavyweights such as David Guetta, Marshmello, Armin van Buuren and Steve Aoki. Recently announcing the ‘Space Edition' theme, its state-of-the-art visuals and colossal production is set to host 50,000 raving-mad party-goers from around the world.

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The Governors Ball Music Festival
The Americas
The Governors Ball Music Festival

A three-day, multi-stage music affair on Randall’s Island, The Governors Ball Music Festival happens right in NYC using the famed New York skyline as a background, letting festival-goers explore the city after the headliner closes the main stages each day. It features an array of genres and styles of music including rock, electronic, hip-hop, indie and folk. Aside from the music, enjoy a multitude of popular New York restaurants and food trucks!

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Red Rooster
Europe
Red Rooster

Launched in 2013, the Red Rooster festival is a good-time weekend of Rhythm and Blues in the heart of Suffolk County – featuring the finest R&B, Americana, Blues, Soul, Roots and Country musicians (FYI: Owner Harry Grafton, the 12th Duke, used to live in Nashville and toured with The Rolling Stones). The 2019 line-up includes Grammy-nominated Cedric Burnside, The Black Eyed Dogs (feat. Ethan Johns), Texan Jarrod Dickenson, and Nashville’s JD Wilkes and The Legendary Shack Shakers.

Distortion
Europe
Distortion

A mobile party-extravaganza, Distortion comprises massive street parties during the day, an intimate club festival exploring new music at night (Distortion Club) and to round the whole thing off, a spectacular two-day rave at the Copenhagen harbour (Distortion Ø). Described as one of the most unique and wildest music festivals in the world, it draws DJs from across the globe and features a sprawling multi-genre line-up to soundtrack street parties all over the city, bringing thousands and thousands of people to the Danish capital.

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The White Nights Festival
Europe
The White Nights Festival

Held at St Petersburg’s famous Mariinsky Theatre, The White Nights Festival is an annual international arts festival during the season of the midnight sun (when there’s almost 24- hours of sunlight a day) and consists of a series of classical ballet, opera and music events. During this period St Petersburg’s Palace Square becomes a stage for international stars; recent appearances include The Rolling Stones and Paul McCartney.

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* All information on events are subject to change.

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