Portland-bred, LA-based producer Yung Bae is bringing his fun and futuristic funk to Asia for the first time, with plans to perform in 12 major cities.

Following China dates, Yung Bae will visit Manila, Bangkok, Singapore and Ho Chi Minh City with no interval. He’ll conclude the tour in Jakarta after performing in Japan and Hong Kong.

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The Manila show is happening on Thursday, April 19 at Black Market. Tickets, PHP590 for early bird and PHP690 for standard advance, are available via Peatix.

On Friday, April 20, the prolific beat maker will perform at Bangkok’s brand new haunt NOMA, with ticket details to be revealed soon. Then, he’s making a Singapore debut at Gallery & Co on Saturday, April 21 with support from Nigel Lopez, Sobs (DJ set) and Jared Ryan Rezel. Tickets cost SGD35, now on sale through Ticketbox.

The show Ho Chi Minh City is slated for Sunday, April 22 at a to-be-announced location. Meanwhile, Jakarta can expect the funk maker on Sunday, May 5 at A:M Festival, Kuningan City Ballroom. Tickets are available via Goers, ranging from IDR105,000-160,000.

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Before his Yung Bae project took off in 2014, Dallas Cotton went by his real name making more “mainstream” EDM music and remixing the likes of Kaskade and Pegboard Nerds. Since a debut full-length release, Bae, Cotton has tapped different influences such as disco, funk and Japanese city pop, giving his 80’s samples the nostalgic flavours vaporwave fans will be on board with while presenting them in futuristic frills and anime aesthetics.

Cotton is also known for collaborations with Asia’s hip-hop crew 88rising, Mura Masa, Josh Pan Louis The Child, or his remix of Kendrick Lamar’s “DNA.”.