Instrumental progressive rockers Polyphia will embark on the continent with Marty Friedman for the band’s New Levels New Devils Tour throughout November-December. The schedule includes Bangkok, Singapore, Manila and more.
American progressive heavyweights plan to visit Asia for two months, starting this November. The tour is to promote Polyphia’s latest album New Levels New Devils. The tour includes Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore, The Philippines, Taiwan and Chiana.
This time, the band won’t be taking the stage all alone! They will bring along an eminent guitarist Marty Friedman to showcase the definition of quality rock music throughout the tour.
Bangkokians! Never miss catching this to watch rock performance on Sunday, November 25. On the night, the progressive heavyweights together with the Megadeth’s legendary guitarist will be taking the stage at Snop. The stage will also present the country’s very own talented musician The Toys to play open.
Tickets, priced at THB1,800, are now going on sale via Ticketmelon. The price will rise to THB2,000 at the door.
For fans in Singapore, the show is slated to be on Wednesday, November 28 at
Hard Rock Cafe EBX Live Space. Throughout the night, aside from Polyphia, Marty Friedman will take the stage with his entire crew. The show is brought to you by Street Noise Productions.
Tickets, priced at SGD78, available through Peatix. Then, it will rise to SGD90 at the door.
Meanwhile, Manila rock heads will get to enjoy the instrumental roars on Friday, November 30. However, you’ll have to stay tuned for further details on venue and tickets. But don’t worry! We’ll definitely update you once we’ve got some news.
Polyphia and Marty Friedman will kick off their New Levels New Devils Asia Tour in Japan on November 18-19, 21. Then, the band will arrive in Hing Kong with a live show on November 24 before heading to Southeast Asian outings in Thailand, Singapore and The Philippines.
And in December, Polyphia together with Marty Friedman will finish off Asia tour in Taiwan (Dec 1) and China (Dec 2-5, 7, 9).
Before leaving, let’s enjoy the latest taste of Polyphia’s Nasty (ft. Jason Richardson):