An American singer-songwriter/record producer Lauv is returning to Asia with his own tour in May 2019. He’ll be stopping by Singapore, Thailand, The Philippines and Indonesia alongside other countries.

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Good news Southeast Asian fans! Lauv will be embarking on the region with full live performances throughout May. The shows are part of his Asia Tour 2019.

Alongside his stops in Mumbai, Hong Kong, Osaka, Nagoya and Tokyo, the “There’s No Way” singer will take his tour to 5 cities in Southeast Asia. Those cities are Singapore, Bangkok, Manila, Cebu and Jakarta. The shows are slated to be on May 15, 18, 20, 21 and 23 respectively. See full schedules below.

May 13 – Mumbai, Famous Studios
May 15 – Singapore, Capitol Theatre
May 18 – Bangkok, Moonstar Studio
May 20 – Manila, Smart Araneta Coliseum
May 21 – Cebu, Waterfront Hotel
May 23 – Hong Kong, The Vine
May 24 – Jakarta, Tennis Indoor Stadium
May 28 – Osaka, Big Cat
May 29 – Nagoya, Club Quattro
May 30 – Tokyo, Blitz

For fans in Thailand and Singapore, you can check tickets details below.

Thailand: Public-sale tickets, priced at THB2,200, will go on sale through Ticketmelon on Saturday, November 23.

Meanwhile, Viji, Spotify and artist pre-sale tickets will be available for a week, from Wednesday-Thursday, November 14-22.

Lauv Asia Tour 2019 Live in Bangkok

Singapore: Public-sale tickets will go on sale through APACTix on Saturday, November 17 at 10am.

Whereas, the pre-sale tickets will be available for official fans of artist, Spotify and Lushington for 3 days, on Wednesday-Friday, November 14-16.

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Before leaving, here’s the taste of Lauv’s latest music video “There’s No Way”.

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A Bangkok-based writer, part-time DJ and singer in the making who knows every word to My Chemical Romance songs. She's now diving deep into experimental music and contemporary sounds.