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Good Charlotte Live In Singapore


Noise to the World Tour 2005

With enough angst and spiked hair for the fervent crowd to go mad, Good Charlotte will headline their punk anthem for the first time in Singapore. The tour is christened "Noise to the World 2005".
The concert is in support of their third album, "The Chronicles of Life and Death," released in October 2004, debuted at No. 3 on The Billboard 200 album chart and its three new singles, ""Predictable", "I Just Wanna Live" and "We Believe" climbing up the charts in Singapore.
Their claim to fame started in 2002 when their second album " The Young and the Hopeless" spawned brash hits such as "Anthem" and "Lifestyles of the Rich and the Famous" and "Hold On".
Inspired by Rancid, Minor Threat, the Cure, the Smiths as well as Muse, Good Charlotte are twin brothers Benji (guitar) and Joel Madden (lead vocals), Billy Martin (guitars, keyboards) and Paul Thomas (bass).
Through sheer commitment and hard work, the band builds an avid fan base by touring intensively and connecting with their supporters.
Honesty is the thread that binds Good Charlotte to their devoted fans. "I don't think we're better than any other band," says Benji, "although I do think we're more sincere, more real, than some of them. We want to be judged for what we're really doing, not put in a genre with a bunch of other bands with which we have nothing in common.
The quartet not only calls the shots when it comes to creating its music, but its videos, album artwork and stage sets as well.
Noise to the World Tour dates are also scheduled for Japan, Manila, Bangkok and Jakarta.
Performance Details
Concert Name: Noise to the World Tour 2005
Date: Tuesday, 12th July
Time: 8pm
Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium
Tickets at S$69 (not inclusive of the S$2 SISTIC handling fee) Available at all authorised SISTIC outlets. Call (65) 6348 5555 or visit Tickets are on sale from Thursday, June 2nd.
New Seating Configurations:
Following the success of the Simple Plan concert held in March, Midas Promotions is the first promoter to identify and understand that the current acts coming through are attracting younger crowds.
forward thinking and co-operation from Singapore Indoor Stadium, who recognise the need to flexibly upgrade in addressing the safety concerns of parents, a new seating configuration is now available to better facilitate both parent and child to enjoy a concert.
Concert goers now have a choice of seating or standing tickets at a low flat rate. There is a mosh pit area (standing) and directly behind are the numbered seats (Terrace and Balcony) based on first-come first-served ticket purchase.
Parts of the stadium hall will be closed off and the stage will be brought closer to the middle, bringing the new venue layout to a much smaller and intimate scale that allows for a more intense and electrifying atmosphere for such high-energy concert.
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