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Music Published: December 12, 2018 Updated: January 10, 2019  |  WORDS: Staff

John Mayer’s Asia Tour 2019 takes him to Singapore, Jakarta, Bangkok

Catch John Mayer in Singapore on April 1, 2019, as part of his World Tour that begins March next year.

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John Mayer’s Asia Tour marks the first time the singer/songwriter will be performing in Singapore
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Update: January 10, 11am (Singapore time)

Live Nation has released the ticketing details to catch John Mayer in Singapore on April 1, 2019. In a post on Instagram, the promoter announced that the Live Nation members presale will begin on January 15 from 10am to 11.59pm (Singapore time) while general ticket sales will be open from January 17 onwards at 10am through sportshubtix.sg. Tickets are priced from S$128 for Cat 4 to S$241 for Cat 1. Check out Live Nation’s Instagram post below.

John Mayer took to social media to announce his World Tour 2019, which begins in Australia and Asia.

Catch John Mayer in Singapore for the first time when he embarks on his World Tour next year. Singapore is one of the five Asian cities that Mayer will be touring in – check out the full list as extracted from his Instagram post:

Singapore – April 1, 2019
Bangkok, Thailand –  April 3, 2019
Jakarta, Indonesia – April 5, 2019
Hong Kong, China – April 8, 2019
Tokyo, Japan – April 10 and 11, 2019

While Mayer will be playing one show per Asian city, he will be doing two shows in Tokyo, Japan.

According to the post, fans can expect “two sets of music with more songs in rotation than ever before”.

Presale for New Zealand and Australia starts Friday, December 14. Tickets go on sale to the general public on December 17. No details as to concert venues and ticket prices for Asian cities have been announced yet, so hang tight.

This announcement has been the most exciting thing to come from Mayer who has remained relatively low-key for the most of 2018, save for the release of a single titled “New Light” in May.

Are you excited to catch John Mayer in Singapore? What is your favorite song from him? Let us know in the comments below. 

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