After announcing a show in Bangkok, French House DJ and multi-instrumentalist FKJ is plotting a full-fledge Asia tour this September.

The Paris-based artist will be performing in Hanoi, Singapore, Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur as part of a tour to promote debut album French Kiwi Juice. Check out the Southeast Asia dates below. We’ll add ticket details once they’re available.

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September 12 – Hanoi, Savage (with Quan & Dustin NGO 春風)
Tickets: VND300,000 at door

September 13 – Singapore, Kilo Lounge (with Jeck Hyde of Rehyderate)
Tickets: SGD78 via iGo Ticketing

September 15 – Bangkok, Zen, Central World
Tickets: THB1,290 via Ticket Melon

September 16 – Jakarta, The Pallas
Tickets: IDR375,000 via Rajakarcis

September 17 – Kuala Lumpur, The Bee, Publika
Tickets: RM130 (early bird) / 150 via Galactix

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FKJ, or French Kiwi Juice, is Vincent Fenton, a self-taught electronic producer, singer and multi-instrumentalist from Tours, Central France. Now based in Paris, he is known for rich synths, infectious loops and exceptional improvisation during live sets.

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FKJ made a debut with EP The Twins, released on Roche Musique in 2012. It was followed by 2013’s music blog favorite “Lying Together”, but it was sophomore EP Time For A Change that bring the public’s attention to these initials. With millions of plays on streaming services, “So Much To Me” and “Instant Need” have become French house classics while their creator a standard-bearer of new French house.

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