Los Angeles indie rockers Wallows have announced a second show date in Singapore as part of their 2023 Asia tour, which will also hit the Philippines, Thailand, Korea and Japan.
In response to the indie rockers’ sold-out February 18 show, the newly-announced date will take place at the Capitol Theatre on February 17. Pre-sale tickets for the second Singapore showcase on February 17 can be purchased via BookMyShow at SGD78 and SGD88 starting November 30, 12PM. General onsale begins December 2 at noon.
Wallows are now set to perform six concerts in Asia as part of their ‘Tell Me That It’s Over’ world tour. The tour begins at the New Frontier Theater in Quezon City, the Philippines on February 15, before heading to Singapore for their two dates at the Capitol Theatre on February 17 and 18.
Following this, the indie rockers will be traveling to Thailand for a showcase at the Moon Star Studio in Khet Wang Thonglang district in Bangkok on February 20. Their tour will then take them to YES24 in Gangnam, South Korea on February 22, before wrapping up at The Garden Hall in Tokyo’s Shibuya ward.
Tickets for the Philippines concert are available now via TicketNet at PHP3,550, while tickets to the Thailand show will be available at TicketMelon for THB2,200 each. South Korea’s YES24 are offering tickets via their website at KRW88,000, while tickets for Wallows’ Japan tour date went on sale this November 21 at JPY8,800 each.
The trio’s sophomore album ‘Tell Me That It’s Over’ was released on March 25 and features 10 tracks running the gamut from lo-fi post-punk to early-’90s dance-pop. The album was previewed with the first single, ‘I Don’t Want To Talk’ in September of last year and was followed by ‘Especially You’ earlier this year in February.
Wallows’ 2023 Asia tour dates are:
February 15 – New Frontier Theatre, Quezon City, the Philippines
February 17 – Capitol Theatre, Singapore
February 18 – Capitol Theatre, Singapore – SOLD OUT
February 20 – Moon Star Studio, Bangkok, Thailand
February 22 – YES24 Live Hall, Seoul, Korea
February 24 – The Garden Hall, Tokyo, Japan