International artists starting from Justin Bieber, Boys Like Girls and SIFA have given good news to all fans that their performances and events will be held this year.
Southeast Asia’s live music calendar is slowly reviving after a two-year hiatus.
As governments relax the rules on public gatherings and open borders, more large and small events – complete with international performers – are announcing their impending return to the region.
Therefore, be ready for a slew of large concerts and music festivals in Southeast Asia, especially Justin Bieber’s live concerts in Malaysia and Indonesia.
Justin Bieber, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Jakarta, Indonesia.
Date: October 22 in Kuala Lumpur and November 2 and 3 in Jakarta
Tickets and more info: https://www.golive-asia.com/
Justin Bieber will perform three performances in Southeast Asia this year. As part of his ‘Justice’ international tour, he will perform one show in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and two in Jakarta, Indonesia. After the first event in Jakarta sold out in under an hour, a second was announced.
Boys Like Girls, Philipines, Singapore, Malaysia
Date: October 10 – October 12 in the Philippines, October 14 in Singapore and October 15 in Malaysia
Tickets and more info: Boys Like Girls Website
After multiple reschedules and postponements owing to the pandemic, pop rock band Boys Like Girls will finally return to Southeast Asia this October. They’ll play three back-to-back shows in the Philippines this time, as well as one-night-only shows in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The band will perform their renowned self-titled album in its entirety at the show.
Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA)
Date: May 20 – June 5
Tickets and more info: https://tickets.sifa.sg/
SIFA returns in May with an unique lineup of performances, headlined by Holly Herndon, an American avant-garde electronic artist who will be performing for the first time in Asia. Thai experimental pair Stylish Nonsense, Singaporean artists Tiramisu, SAtheCollective, and more are among the acts on the bill.