Jackson Wang announces third date for Thailand leg of ‘Magic Man’ world tour

Wang has announced concerts in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and more as part of his 'Magic Man' tour

Jackson Wang has added a third date to the Bangkok leg of his ‘Magic Man’ world tour after the first two nights sold out.

The third date will see Wang performing at the Impact Arena in Bangkok on November 25, with the November 26 and 27 concerts now fully sold out. Following the Thailand concerts,  Wang’s tour will subsequently see him making his way to Kuala Lumpur on December 17.

Tickets will go on sale this October 21 via Thai Ticket Major at 10am local time, with prices starting at THB2,000. Two limited VIP packages are also available, with the THB9,000 package offering VIP memorabilia, a commemorative VIP tour token and early entry VIP priority check-in.

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The THB18,000 package includes all of the above alongside a group photo opportunity with Jackson Wang and a sound check party. Purchasers will also have their VIP memorabilia autographed.

More ‘Magic Man’ tour dates are expected to be announced in the coming months.

The singer announced his tour late last month, with a concert in Singapore on December 23 capping off the Asia leg before Wang begins a run of three announced shows for 2023 in London on January 12, Paris on January 15 and Dubai on February 4. The tour is being held in support of Wang’s new album of the same name, which NME‘s Tanu I. Raj praised as the album where “Jackson Wang steps up and fully embraces his own potential” in a glowing review.

Released on September 9, Wang’s ‘Magic Man’ is his sophomore LP, and features the previously released singles ‘Blue’, ‘Cruel’ and ‘Blow’. ‘Blue’ was notably performed live months before the album’s release at the 2022 K-pop Masterz Metro Manila’s Mall of Asia Arena last July, which also fell on the day Wang released ‘Cruel’.

Wang reunited with GOT7 in May to release their self-titled 12th Korean-language EP. The group’s first official comeback as a unit after their departure from JYP Entertainment, the EP was led by title track ‘NANANA’ and followed their 2020 releases in the mini-album ‘Dye’ and their fourth studio album ‘Breath Of Love: Last Piece’.

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