After weeks of speculations and some unofficial comments from the singer, it’s finally confirmed that Charlie Puth is making his Bangkok debut on August 12 at Muang Thai GMM Live House, Central World.

While the show is part of the “One Call Away” singer’s Nine Track Mind Tour 2016, it’s also part of Bangkok’s annual festival Soundbox: Music To Be Heard, which saw twenty one pilots, Mayavi and DJ Ono perform last July.

Charlie Puth to return to Manila for Nine Track Mind Tour

Joining Charlie Puth in the lineup this year are local bands Room39 and Ozmo.

Tickets are priced at THB2,000 and go on sale on May 28 through Thai Ticket Major. VIP packages will be sold separately in a limited number for Charlie Puth fans wanting to top-up their exclusive experience. Details are as followed:

  • Dressing Room Package – THB8,800 (number available: 2)
    – One package entitles two ticket holders
    – Access to the artist’s dressing room and his acoustic live session in the dressing room
    – A selfie with the artist
    – A photo op with the artist
    – A limited edition poster
    – A signed copy of Nine Track Mind
    – Early entry to the venue
    – Crowd-free merchandise shopping
  • Meet & Greet Package – THB2,700 (number available: 30)
    – A laminate VIP pass
    – A photo op with the artist
    – A limited edition poster
    – A signed copy of Nine Track Mind
    – Early entry to the venue
    – Crowd-free merchandise shopping
  • Early Entry Package – THB1,300 (number available: 50)
    – A limited edition poster
    – A signed copy of Nine Track Mind
    – Early entry to the venue
    – Crowd-free merchandise shopping

Charlie Puth Soundbox 2016

During the Asia leg of his headlining tour, Puth will also make a stop in Singapore (Aug 10) and Manila (Aug 14).

In related news, the 24-year-old Grammy revealed in an Instagram update “We Don’t Talk Anymore”, a duet with pop star Selena Gomez, as the next single from Nine Track Mind: “And the next single for the summer is ‘we don’t talk anymore’ featuring @selenagomez,” he captioned the black-and-white cover. “I produced this song on my tiny laptop while traveling last year. the guitar part was literally recorded on my iphone. probably my favorite song on the album.”

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