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Bring the noise: Are investors still in tune with entertainment stocks?

Jovi Ho and Samantha Chiew
Jovi Ho and Samantha Chiew9/15/2022 10:38 PM GMT+08  • 17 min read
Bring the noise: Are investors still in tune with entertainment stocks?
Big names like Guns N’ Roses — who last performed in Singapore at the Changi Exhibition Centre in 2017 — are returning to Singapore, but will such gigs be enough for a concert circuit battered by Covid-19?
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Live concerts are back with a vengeance. While the crowds are excited, will it be enough to get investors interested in entertainment stocks again?

After more than two years, music fans return to stadiums and concert halls as large-scale live shows are making a comeback.

Among the big names coming to town are American hard rock icons Guns N’ Roses — best known for anthems like Sweet Child O’ Mine and November Rain — performing at the Singapore National Stadium on Nov 12.

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