With 2019 just around the corner, it is obviously a necessity to lay out all the exciting things you want to do in a single engaging bucket list—and what better items to put in your bucket than amazing concerts from all of your favourite artists? Thankfully, 2019 promises a wonderful journey full of upbeat musical entertainment brought to you by musicians ranging from local to international artists.

Ed Sheeran’s Divide World Tour 2019

After many years of anticipating by fans all across the country, the British musician, Ed Sheeran, has finally decided to have his very first concert in Indonesia. The "Divide World Tour”, which will be held on May 3 at Gelora Bung Karno, comes as a huge relieve for local fans given many people’s disappointment after Sheeran’s cancelled a concert in 2017.

Toto at Java Jazz Festival 2019

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Photo: Courtesy of Toto

After the massive boast to one of their most iconic song, ”‘Africa”, fans are in for a treat as the American rock band was announced to perform at the Java Jazz Festival 2019, which will be held from March 1-3 at the JIExpo Kemayoran, Jakarta. Featuring many other talented artists, the festival is must-go for 2019.

John Mayer’s Australia & Asia Tour 2019

American musician John Mayer is embracing spring the right way with his tour across Australia and Asia. His performance in Indonesia was said to happen after his tour around many cities in Australia as well as a few Asian countries like Singapore and Thailand. Although the concert location is not yet published, fans are still eager for April 5 to see the famous artist in town.

Kodaline’s Politics of Living Tour 2019

Coming to Indonesia for the second time after their appearance in We The Fest 2017, Kodaline have just announced their concert in Jakarta, which will be held on the May 1 at the Istora Senayan Jakarta. The news was initially published through their Instagram and Twitter accounts on December 20, taking many local fans by surprise. Tickets will be available to order on January 9.

Lauv’s Asia Tour 2019

American singer Lauv is touring around Asia and he’s coming to Jakarta again after his last performance at the Java Jazz Festival 2018 at the beginning of the year. The concert, which will be held on May 24 at the Tennis Indoor Stadium, aims to popularise one of Lauv’s latest songs with Julia Michaels: “There’s No Way”, and local fans seem to be very eager.

Lany’s World Tour 2019

Lany took fans by surprise on November 12 as they announced their huge world tour for 2019 in support of their latest album, Malibu Nights. The American indie pop band was scheduled to concert in Jakarta on August 13 to wrap up the whole tour after their performance in Singapore.

Tulus Monokrom Jakarta

 

Tulus as a local all-time favourite has announced his concert for 2019, and it looks to us like it is going to be a big hit. The concert, which will be held on February 6 at the Istora Senayan, will feature more than 23 songs from the artist including fans’ favourites such as Sepatu, Pamit, Teman Hidup, and many more.

Shanty Heels Horty

Celebrating the age of 40 in 2019, Shanty marks her journey through all of the ups and downs of her career with a seemingly fabulous concert entitled “Shanty Heels Horty”. Planned for March 15 at the Livespace SCBD of Lot 8, the concert will surely be a treat for all of her fans.

Blackpink’s 2019 World Tour [In Your Area]

The famous South Korean girl band Blackpink are not done making Indonesian fans bewildered with their amazing vocals and dance because, apparently, they’re visiting again for their 2019 World Tour on January 20 at ICE BSD. Don’t miss it—book your spot now!

Stray Kids Unveil Tour ‘I am…’

Blackpink are not the only South Korean band to tour in Indonesia in 2019. Planned to be held on January 26, a concert by famous boy band Stray Kids promises to sweep Indonesian fans off their feet with amazing songs and dance moves.

 

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