American musician Lauv is set to perform in Jakarta on June 27, 2020 at Istora Senayan, Central Jakarta.
The performance is part of Lauv’s How I’m Feeling world tour. The Asian leg of the tour will kick off in Bangalore, India, on June 16. Following the show, Lauv will play shows in Mumbai on June 18, Beijing on June 21, Shanghai on June 23, Taipei on June 25 and Latin American cities in March 2020.
Another musician, mxmtoon, is scheduled to join Lauv’s concerts in Bangalore, Mumbai, Taipei and Jakarta.
Read also: Lauv to hit Indonesian stage in May 2019
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- LAUV 2020 - . Lauv announces ~how i’m feeling world tour~ summer tour of asia, 2020 to hit 6 cities across Asia. He is bringing ~how i’m feeling world tour~ summer tour of asia, 2020 to Istora Senayan Jakarta on Saturday June 27th, 2020. Tickets are priced at: Festival: IDR 1,115,000.-* Tribune 1: IDR 915,000.-* Tribune 2: IDR 765,000.-* *Price excludes 15% Government Tax and 5% Admin Fee Price includes IDR 15,000.- as donation to Blue Boy Foundation . Tickets will go on presale from November 19th, 2019 at 10 AM and general sale on November 22nd, 2019 at 10 AM via www.lauvjakarta2020.com and Traveloka . This show is promoted by AEG Presents Asia, PK Entertainment and Sound Rhythm. Presented by Traveloka Xperience . Lauvjakarta2020.com will be live starting at 12PM Jakarta Time . #lauvjakarta2020
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Three ticket categories are on offer for the Jakarta show, with prices starting from Rp 765,000 (US$54.43), which include an Rp 15,000 donation for Lauv’s Blue Boy Foundation that focuses on youth mental health.
The tickets will be available online starting Nov. 22 at 10 a.m. at Traveloka. Presales are currently ongoing for Traveloka Paylater users.
Lauv's debut album, How I’m Feeling, consists of 21 tracks and is set to be released on March 6, 2020. Lauv collaborates with pop band LANY on one of the album’s tracks, “Mean It”.
The singer was initially scheduled to perform in Jakarta on May 24 but it was canceled due to riots. (wir/kes)