SEA Games: Local, international acts for closing ceremony, medals unveiled

SINGAPORE - International and home-grown artistes will team up for a stunning closing ceremony for the 28th SEA Games on June 16.

The Singapore SEA Games Organising Committee (Singsoc) revealed plans on Monday for the Games finale.

Dutch DJ Ferry Corsten, local bands The Sam Willows and The Steve McQueens, and singer Tay Kewei, are some of the artistes who will perform at the National Stadium.

Creative director for both Opening and Closing ceremonies Beatrice Chia-Richmond said audiences can expect a "great party" and "great music in the form of a mini concert".

Ms Chia-Richmond also shared that a parade of stamps will be another highlight of the ceremony.

"We will have life-sized SEA Games stamps telling us the story of the Games. It will be a visual treat for the audience," said Ms Chia-Richmond.

Singsoc also unveiled the official medals for the Games.

The medal designs shows the 28th SEA Games logo on its front and the Singapore Sports Hub, which is the main venue for the Games, on the reverse side.

Spectators who attend the closing ceremony will also receive a commemorative supporters medallion as a souvenir.

Tickets to the opening ceremony are sold out, while tickets to the closing ceremony are priced from $12 to $40. Visit