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    TAB Singapore
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    TAB Singapore
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    TAB Singapore

If the kerrangg of guitars turn you on, why not check out TAB. Bigger than your typical music bar and more intimate than a concert hall, TAB is where you will be able to get up close to the music, and where great food and drink are always part of the experience. The two-story space features local artists across a range of music genres performing original material followed by a foreign Artist-In-Residence (AIR) as well as regular ticketed performances by international artistes like Ryan Cabrera and The Album Leaf. Expect daily live performances by international acts from 10.30pm onwards at Neverland Exclusive.


Give your overplayed Spotify playlist a break and support some local and big-name acts perform live at these venues with live music.

Events Happening at TAB
Late night entertainment at this nightlife joint includes performances by a variety of singers and dancers from around the region, including Korea, Japan, Taiwan and Thailand. Resident DJs Marco and Too also play live sets.
House pours including Tiger beer are 1-for-1. A Heineken bucket with 5 bottles is $50. Chivas 12 Years and Absolut Vodka are $138 per bottle and if you're in the mood for champagne, a bottle of Mumm is $88. A 3.9 liter Tiger Tower will set you back $68 3.9 and all food items go for half-price. There are also 1-for-1 champagne cocktails, $9 Tiger pints and $19 Tiger jugs for al fresco deals.
Phone: 6493-6952
TAB, #02-29 442 Orchard Rd. Singapore, 238879 Singapore

Area:

Orchard

Nearest Train:

Orchard

Opening Hours:

Mon-Tue 9pm-5am; Sun 9pm-5am; Wed-Thu 7pm-5am; Fri-Sat 7pm-6am
8.66667
 
 
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