Waterbomb Singapore 2024: BIBI, GOT7’s BamBam, Kwon Eun-bi and more

Waterbomb Singapore 2024 has announced the artist line-up, ticket details and more for its upcoming event in the island city this year, featuring BIBI, GOT7‘s BamBam, Kwon Eun-bi and more. Read on for all you need to know.

The iconic South Korean music festival Waterbomb will make its way to Singapore for the first time in 2024. The event is set to take place on August 24 and 25 at Siloso Beach in Sentosa, and will feature ten K-pop, K-hip-hop and EDM acts across seven-hours.

Waterbomb Singapore 2024 announced the first line-up for the highly anticipated event today (May 6) during a press conference at Suntec City in the city state, which featured a special appearance by 2NE1 singer Sandara Park.

The line-up for the upcoming music festival will include: BamBam, BIBI, Kid Milli, Kwon Eun-bi, Sandara Park, Sorn, VIVIZ and Street Woman Fighter 2 dance crew Team Bebe. They will be joined by local acts such as Alyph, Haven and Lullaboy.


General tickets will go on sale this Thursday and Friday (May 9 and 10), after early bird tickets sold out last week. Keep tabs on this page for the latest updates.

The artist line-up for Waterbomb Singapore 2024 is:

Kid Milli
Kwon Eun-bi
Sandara Park
Team Bebe

The details for Watermbomb Singapore 2024 are:

Date: 24 and 25 August, 2024
Venue: Sentosa, Singapore, Siloso Beach
Official Website: https://www.waterbombsingapore.com/
Ticket prices: SG$198 for a 1-day pass, SG$338 for a 2-day pass
Ticket sales: Pre-sale on May 9, general sale on May 10, both through KKDay
Organisers: Viu, Evergreen Singapore, UOB


Singapore is one of many next cities Waterbomb will be expanding to for the first time in 2024, alongside Hong Kong, Ho Chi Minh City, Taipei and more. The festival will also return to Bangkok for a second year this September, alongside its usual South Korea and Japan concerts.

Waterbomb Singapore 2024 was officially announced in April, weeks after NME first spotted the launch of social media accounts for a then-potential edition of the festival in the island city back in March.