American singer-songwriter Alec Benjamin has announced a tour scheduled for this November and December. The tour will cover the Asia-Pacific region in support of his sophomore album, (Un)Commentary.
Alec Benjamin will perform at locations including Manila, Tokyo, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Singapore, and Bangkok. He is also scheduled to perform at the Loudlive Festival in Jakarta on December 2. The singer will also head to Australia to perform three of his shows there. Check out all the tour dates below.
All shows except for the Manila and Jakarta ones are produced by Live Nation. A Live Nation presale will go live on August 29 in Taipei, August 30 in Singapore, September 1 in Bangkok, September 2 in Tokyo, and September 6 in Kuala Lumpur. Tickets for Jakarta’s LoudLive festival can be purchased on December 2-3 from the festival’s official website.
The general ticket prices for the Asian dates except for the Manila and Jakarta dates are priced as follows: For Taipei, it is TWD 2,100, for Tokyo, it is JPY 7,000, for Kuala Lumpur, it is RM388, for Singapore, it is SGD98-SGD128, and for Bangkok, it is THB2,200-THB2,600.
The Australian tour dates will be co-produced by Frontier Touring and Chugg Entertainment. The Frontier presale tickets will be available from August 29. The general admission tickets will be available in Melbourne and Brisbane on August 30. The general admission for Australian shows is priced at AUD59.
November 21 – New Frontier Theater – Manila, Philippines
November 23 – Legacy Taipei – Taipei, Taiwan
November 28 – WWW X – Tokyo, Japan
November 30 – Live8, KL Convention Centre – Kuala Lumpur
December 2 – LOUDLIVE Festival – Jakarta, Indonesia
December 4 – The Theatre at Mediacorp – Singapore, Singapore
December 6 – KBank Siam Pic-Ganesha Theatre – Bangkok, Thailand
December 10 – The Metro Theatre – Sydney, Australia
December 13 – Max Watt’s – Melbourne, Australia
December 16 – The Triffid – Brisbane, Australia
Alec Benjamin is an American singer-songwriter famous for his 2018 number, Let Me Down Slowly. The single has reached the top 40 in over 25 countries and has amassed over 1 billion streams on Spotify as of April 2022. The singer released his first song in 2012, titled Together We’ll Fall.
Earlier in April this year, Alec Benjamin released his sophomore full-length album (‘Un’)Commentary. It features tracks including Devil Doesn’t Bargain, The Way You Felt, and Shadow of Mine.
In several interviews, the singer has mentioned that in the middle of the pandemic, he felt that his career was over. Back when the album was released, the American Songwriter said:
Further speaking about it with Riff Magazine, he said:
Speaking about the album in an interview, he said:
(Un)Commentary is a follow-up to Alec Benjamin’s major label debut, These Two Windows, which was released in 2020.
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