LA Comedy LIVE in association with LAMC Productions is thrilled to announce that a global YouTube sensation, Lilly Singh (YouTube’s Superwoman) will be making a stop in Singapore for her very first A Trip to Unicorn Island World Tour 2015 on Thursday May 28, 2015 at Kallang Theatre!
Lilly Singh is a digital sensation who lives for the stage, studio and set. A multi-talented entertainer with a message of positivity, Lilly inspires her viewers with her inspirational videos on YouTube as well as cracks up her own funny videos too. Her knack for observational comedy has led to viral hits such as “How Girls Get Ready” and “Types of Kids at School” which collectively have over 20 million views. Lilly has collaborated with digital stars including Jenna Marbles, Grace Helbig, Hannah Hart and mainstream, celebrities James Franco, Seth Rogen, and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Lilly is constantly travelling attending events around the world spreading the message that everyone can be their own superhero. Don’t miss the first of Lilly Singh’s World Tour right here in Singapore!
Lilly Singh’s videos have to date a total of over 677 million YouTube views and her YouTube channel has over 5.5 million subscribers.
Standard tickets priced at S$68, S$78, S$88, S$108 and S$180 (VIP Meet & Greet) are already on sale at SISTIC.com.sg and all other SISTIC channels. (SISTIC booking fee not included)
VIP Meet & Greet Package includes:
- Best seats in the venue
- VIP Pass with landyard
- Autographed A3 Poster
- Take a photo with Lilly Singh
Lilly Singh’s Biography
Born in Scarborough, Canada, Lilly lives with her parents (her Mom is her best friend) and will not do anything that she cannot tell her mother about. She uses this philosophy and her spirituality as her guiding force – and her shield against the haters that sometimes show up after video posts.
Mostly Lilly gets a whole lot of love. She has dialled in the formula as Superwoman to make that intangible connection with her audience. She has many followers on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.
She vlogs and makes comedy sketch videos about various topics. From shopping at the mall to superstitions to being single. Her work is influenced by her Indian heritage, which she takes great pride in. She has worked on different collaborations with other YouTubers such as Miranda Sings, Ryan Higa, and Hannah Hart. Even Madhuri Dixit, and Karan Brar has been part of her videos. She often features characters inspired by her Punjabi parents, such as her mother “Paramjeet”, and “Manjeet”, her strict, conservative father (all played by Lilly).
Part comedian, part motivational speaker, fully fierce – Lilly Singh seeks to entertain and uplift. After a period of depression, Lilly says, that she just decided one day to snap out of it – and she did, with a Youtube channel. Now she seeks to help other people feel good through her semi-weekly videos and her event speaking.