After wrapping up the European leg of their “Little Ghost” tour, California-based Moonchild will be bringing the tour to Asia next.

Out of the eight Asian stops, four will be in Southeast Asia, which includes Malaysia and Singapore.

Here are the details for the Malaysian leg of the tour:
Date: 31 May 2020 (Sunday)
Time: 8pm
Venue: The Bee, Publika
Details for the Singaporean stop are as below:
Date: 3 June 2020 (Wednesday)
Time: 8pm
Venue: 222 Arts Club, Singapore
Both the above will be the alternative R&B band’s debut shows in Malaysia and Singapore.
For Malaysia, the tickets are priced at RM188 each or, if bought in a bundle of four, RM157.50 each. Note that the prices exclude RM6 service cost.  
As for Singapore, advance tickets are available for SGD55 each.  Tickets purchased at the door will be SGD65 each. A 4-ticket bundle is also available for SGD180. All prices mentioned exclude booking fee.
Tickets are available via
More dates will be announced soon! 
The Asia tour will kick off in Taiwan in May, before heading to South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia.
After Asia, the band will head to Australia and New Zealand in mid-June.
Amber Navran (vocals, tenor saxophone, flute, keyboards, synth bass, drum programming), Andris Mattson (trumpet, flugelhorn, keyboards, synth bass, guitar, drum programming), and Max Bryk (alto saxophone, clarinet, keyboards, synth bass, drum programming) debuted as Moonchild in 2012 with “Be Free”. 
The trio’s latest tour is in support of their eponymous album that was released last year, which you can take a listen to below.
(Photo source: Moonchild’s Facebook)