October is ending and November is coming, and so are a whole lot of events, festivals and super stars!
From Ed Sheeran to Michael Bolton, Kathy Griffin, Kim Jae-joong, G.E.M and many more, November will be a month filled of fun and excitement with more than 20 events!
Check them out below!
1. Kathy Griffin in Singapore (3 November 2017)
Two-time Emmy and Grammy award-winning comedian Kathy Griffin is launching her first world tour “Laugh Your Head Off” which will include only one Asian country – and that is Singapore!
Venue: The Star Theatre
2. Michael Bolton in Asia (3 – 18 November 2017)
The multiple Grammy award-winning singer and songwriter, Michael Bolton is back again in Asia for his Asian Dream Tour, which include Manila, Bangkok, Singapore, and Kuala Lumpur.
Venue: Marriott Grand Ballroom (PH), GMM Live House (TH), The Star Performing Arts Centre (SG), Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (MY)
3. Harry Potter Concert in Malaysia (4 – 5 November 2017)
After getting postponed back in July, the highly-anticipated concert will finally proceed with new dates! Fans of the beloved franchises will be able to relive the extraordinary story of friendship, magic and adventure with the National Symphony Orchestra performing, to picture, every note from “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” movie.
Venue: Plenary Hall, KLCC
4. The Music Run Malaysia (4 November 2017)
The fourth edition of The Music Run by AIA Vitality will see the addition of a new timed 10k track, the first ever in the world! The event will feature Malaysia’s rock band Kyoto Protocol who will entertain runners prior to their warm up, while Aussie DJ Sam Withers will wrap-up the night at the post-race party.
Venue: KL Sports City
5. DJ Jazzy Jeff in Asia (9 – 18 November 2017)
Will Smith’s BFF and longtime collaborator DJ Jazzy Jeff is bringing his remixes to Southeast Asia as part of his ongoing world tour. The locations include Bali, Singapore, Bangkok, and Kuala Lumpur.
Venue: Old Mans (ID), Ce La Vi (SG), Ce La Vi (TH), Prime (MY)
6. Quest Festival (10 – 12 November 2017)
Quest Festival, Vietnam’s annual music festival of the year returns with more than 60 strong acts from across the globe such as Vurro from Spain, Indonesia pop-folk act Stars and Rabbit, Vietnamese superact Jaunty Maniacs, and English DJ Chemo.
Venue: Son Tinh Camp
After a bike accident, Ed Sheeran was forced to cancel several shows in Asia, but luckily his shows in Singapore and Malaysia will proceed as scheduled!
Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium (SG), Axiata Arena (MY)
8. RIUH in Malaysia (11 – 12 November 2017)
Enjoy a weekend of creative and retail therapy at an all-new creative platform called RIUH, which is set to be a monthly affair.
Venue: APW, Jalan Riong, Bangsar
9. SoundValley Festival (11 – 12 November 2017)
In conjunction with Malaysia Autoshow 2017 – the largest and most exciting autoshow in the country, Malaysia Automotive Institute (MAI) is bringing over SoundValley Festival to further accelerate the excitement of car enthusiasts with performances from UK indie rock band Bloc Party, veteran Japanese metallers Loudness, and more!
Venue: MAEPS, Serdang
10. Dean in Thailand (11 November 2017)
Asia’s R&B prince, Dean, is set to perform in Bangkok, Thailand for the first time, and he will be bringing along former EvoL member SAAY and Girls Girls’ Miso as his special guests.
Venue: Moonstar Studio Hall 8, Bangkok
11. Tinariwen in Malaysia (13 November 2017)
Listen to the music from the Sahara Desert region of northern Mali as Tuareg musicians from the Grammy-winning group Tinariwen perform at their maiden concert in Malaysia, which will be the band’s only appearance in Southeast Asia.
Venue: KL Live, Kuala Lumpur
12. The Bootleg Beatles in Malaysia (16 November 2017)
Experience the 60s music scene with songs from The Beatles performed by one of the most successful Beatles’ tribute bands, the Bootleg Beatles!
Venue: The Bee, Publika, Kuala Lumpur
13. Red Party presents Yellow Claw (16 November 2017)
In conjunction with The Roof’s fourth anniversary, PLAY club at The Roof’s annual Red Party is set to feature Dutch DJ duo Yellow Claw as the main highlight!
Venue: PLAY at The Roof, Selangor
14. It’s the Ship (17 – 20 November 2017)
The fourth instalment of It’s the Ship is set to depart from Marina Bay Cruise Centre in Singapore, crossing international waters to one of the world’s favourite destinations – Phuket, Thailand, before going back to Singapore.
Venue: Marina Bay Cruise Centre
15. Ayam Lejen Fried Chicken Festival (18 – 19 November 2017)
Malaysia is about to have its first ever fried chicken festival called the Ayam Lejen Fried Chicken Festival, brought to you by Friedchillies. As the name implied, the festival is all about fried chickens and it will be featuring the top 8 local fried chicken brands in Klang Valley.
Venue: Ara Damansara LRT Station
16. G.E.M in Malaysia (18 November 2017)
Hong Kong-based Chinese singer G.E.M – real name Tang Tze-Kei – will be bringing her Queen of Hearts World Tour to Malaysia in support of her fifth studio album “Heartbeat” which features some of her greatest hits like “Long Distance”, “Moments”, and “One Way Road”.
Venue: Axiata Arena, Kuala Lumpur
17. K-pop Music Wave (25 November 2017)
The people behind KPOP Sensation 2017 is set to bring a line-up of K-pop superstars which include Rain, B.A.P, T-ara, Kim Joong-kook, and Haha, for K-Pop Music Wave 2017.
Venue: Setia Spice Arena, Penang
18. Kim Jae-joong in Thailand and Philippines (25 & 30 November 2017)
Last March, South Korean heartthrob Kim Jae-joong toured around Asia to meet his fans, and now within the same year, the handsome singer is coming to Asia again for another fan meeting sessions which will include Bangkok and Manila!
Venue: Thunder Dome Muang Thong Thani (TH), Smart Araneta Coliseum (PH)
19. NOAH in Malaysia (25 November 2017)
With a new name and image, one of Indonesia’s top alternative pop rockers Noah (formerly known as Peterpan) is set to return to Malaysia after almost a decade.
Venue: Stadium Negara, Kuala Lumpur
20. Titanland (25 November 2017)
Relive your childhood fun times at Titanland fantasy playground with enhance fun experience as it will be including more large-scale inflatables, a winterland thematic park, and a water challenge route.
Venue: Selangor Turf Club
21. alt-J in Singapore (29 November 2017)
alt-J arrived in Singapore back in 2013 when they performed at Laneway Festival, and again in 2015 with their successful headlining show at The Coliseum. The band now returns to the country once again to promote their newest album “Relaxer”.
Venue: Esplanade Theatre
For more upcoming events throughout the year, do check out our Events Calendar!