Here are the definitive schedules of concerts to watch out for in 2019 here in Asia
2018 had been a great year for Asian music lovers to watch live concerts of their favorite artists like Guns N’ Roses, Katy Perry, Sam Smith, Jason Mraz, Khalid, Charlie Puth, Mariah Carey and many more. It’s time to gear up for the next big concerts in Asia in 2019.
The first Western artist to perform in Asia next year or should I say, next week is the chart-topping rapper Kyle. He will be performing at the Esplanade Annexe Studio on January 4, 2019 as part of his first-ever world tour. He will be here in Asia until January 10. Catch him on these dates:
Jan 4, Esplanade Annexe Studio, Singapore Jan 5, KL Liva at Life Center, Kulala Lumpur, Malaysia Jan 6, The Pallas, Senayan, Kota, Jakarta, Indonesia Jan 8, Hyundai Card Understage, Seoul, South Korea Jan 10, Shibuya Stream, Tokyo, Japan
The Grammy winner guitarist will be visiting Asia again starting with a one-night-only show at The Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel, Singapore.
Here’s the list of all his Asian tour this year:
Jan 8, Hard Rock Coliseum, Singapore, Singapore Jan 10, GMM Live House, Bangkok, Thailand Jan 13, Yes 24 Live Hall, Seoul, South Korea Jan 15, Namba Hatch, Osaka Japan Jan 17, Studio Coast, Tokyo, Japan Jan 20, Beijing Exhibition Hall, Beijing, China Jan 22, Modernsky Lab, Shanghai, China
Irish rock band Kodaline will be here too for their Politics of Living Tour 2019. UK’s platinum-selling band will be touring Asia from the 20th of February and their last stop would be on the 12th of March in Osaka, Japan. Here’s the list of their concerts.
Feb 20, Bandai Namco Dream hall, Shanghai, China Feb 22, 2019. Hall 106 Bitec Bangna, Bangkok, Thailand February 26, New Frontier Theater, Manila Philippines March 5, Zepp BIGBOX, Singapore, Singapore March 12, Trad, Osaka, Japan
Adam Levine and co. will be once again touring in Asia from February to March bringing their smooth, soft-rock/R&B to:
Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan Feb 25 Gocheok Sky Dome, Seoul, South Korea Feb 27 Kaohsiung World Games Stadium, Taiwan Mar 1 Cotai Arena, The Venetian Macau, Macau Mar 3 Mall of Asia Arena, Manila, Philippines Mar 5 National Stadium, Singapore, Singapore Mar 7 Impact Challenger, Bangkok, Thailand Mar 9
English pop singer Rita Ora will also be visiting Asia. On March 11 she will be performing in Bangkok for the very first time. Tickets are now available on her website: ritaora.com
March 10, New Frontier Theater Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines March 11, Crystal Design Center, Bangkok, Thailand Mar 14, Zepp Divercity, Tokyo, Japan Mar 15, Zepp Namba, Osaka, Japan March 16, Legacy Taipei, Taiwan
Get ready Jason Mraz fans because of the “I’m Yours” crooner coming for his Good Vibes Asia Tour. The 2010 Grammy award-winner will first visit Hong Kong on March 17 then he’ll be back on May for a series of concerts. Check out his schedule below:
March, 17, Bauhinia Room of Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong May 8, Mall of Asia, Arena, Manila Philippines May 11, The Star Performing Arts Centre, Singapore May 17 & 18, Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre: Hall 5BC, Hong Kong May 19, 2019. Impact Arena, Bangkok, Thailand May 25, Taipei Arena, Taipei, Taiwan
British synth-pop duo Pet Shop Boys have announced they’ll be returning to Asia in 2019 for their Super Tour of Asia. As announced on their Facebook page, the band will be swinging by Singapore, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Osaka and Bangkok in March and April.
March 26, The Star Performing Arts Center, Singapore, Singapore March 28, Asia World Expo, Airport Expo Boulevard, Chek Lap Kok, Hong Kong April 1, Budokan, Tokyo, Japan April 2, Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan Apr 4, Impact Exhibition Hall 5, Bangkok, Thailand
American guitar/smooth-rock artist John Mayer will also be here. Although some venues are yet to be announced, the dates have already been set. As of writing, these are the dates announced on his website johnmayer.com.
April 1, (To be announced) Singapore April 3, Bangkok Thailand April 5, 2019 Jakarta (To be announced) April 8, Hong Kong April 10 & 11, Nippon Budokan, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo Japan
Australian pop singer Troye Sivan is bringing his Bloom tour to Asia and Tokyo is first on his list. Here’s the complete list of his Asian tour:
April 24, Toyosu PIT, Tokyo, Japan April 27, Olympic Gym, Seoul, South Korea May 1, Mall of Asia Arena, Manila Philippines May 3, The Star Performing Arts Centre, Singapore May 6, Asia World Expo Hall, Chek Lap Kok, Hong Kong May 8, Impact Hall 9, Bangkok, Thailand
The San Francisco-born artist will be performing in 10 different cities here in Asia in May. The bad news for his fans in Hong Kong and Indonesia is that tickets are already SOLD OUT! But if you really really really want to si Lauv perform check out this list below:
May 13, Famous Studios Ltd., Mumbai, Maharashtra, India May 15, Capitol Theatre, Singapore, Singapore May 18, Moonstar Studio, Bangkok, Thailand May 20, Smart Araneta Coliseum, Queon City, Metro Manila Philippines May 21, Waterfront Cebu City Hotel & Casino, Cebu City, Philippines May 23, The Vine Church, Hong Kong (Sold Out) May 24, Tennis Indoor Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia (Sold Out) May 28, BIG CAT, Osaka, Japan May 29, Club Quattro, Nagoya, Japan May 30, Blit, Tokyo, Japan
Visit his official website lauvsongs.com and click on “TOUR” to get your tickets.
British indie-rock outfit The 1975 will return to Asia on September but tickets are already available as early as now.
Sept 6, Seoul, South Korea Sept 8, Hong Kong Sept 11, Mall of Asia Arena, Manila Philippine Sep 13, Thunder Dome, Bangkok, Thailand Sept 16, The Star Theater, Singapore
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