Laufey is taking ‘The Goddess’ tour to Asia and Australia later this year – see the full list of tour dates below.

Today (April 22), Laufey took to social media to announced her new Asia and Australia tour dates, which will run between August 17 and September 13. Over the course of the tour, she will perform at a handful of festivals in Asia – namely in Japan and Thailand – followed by solo dates that end with a show at the iconic Sydney Opera House in Australia.

Presale tickets for Laufey’s Australia concerts will be made available on Wednesday, April 24 at 9am local time. You can sign up for the presale link now via Laufey’s website. All remaining tickets to her Australia shows will go live on 10am local time on Friday, April 26. Ticketing details for her Asia shows are set to be shared soon.

Laufey’s ‘The Goddess’ tour dates in Asia and Australia are:

17 – Summer Sonic – Tokyo, Japan
18 – Summer Sonic – Osaka, Japan
24-25 – Summer Sonic – Bangkok, Thailand
27 – Plenary Hall, KL Convention Centre – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
29 – AsiaWorld.Expo, Hall 10 – Hong Kong
31 – TICC – Taipei, Taiwan 

02 – SM Mall Of Asia Arena – Manila, Philippines
04 – Singapore Expo – Singapore
06 – Palais Theatre – Melbourne, Australia
11 – Concert Hall, QPAC – Brisbane, Australia
13 – Sydney Opera Hall – Sydney, Australia

The tour is in support of her latest album, ‘Bewitched’, which will soon receive an update, dubbed “The Goddess version”. The upcoming update has been previewed by its title track ‘Goddess’, which comes with a music video helmed by Past Lives director Celine Song.

Speaking to NME The Cover last year, Laufey explained why she was drawn to explore ideas about love, relationships and romanticising one’s own life on ‘Bewitched’. “I think love makes everyone really silly,” Laufey said. “I remember the first time I went on a date, we had a glass of wine and we kissed and then I left in the rain, and I remember thinking, ‘Oh my god, it’s really like the movies!’”

In a five-star review of ‘Bewitched’, NME wrote: “Claiming space with her take on the music of classical legends of years gone by mixed with something more modern, up on that stage is where Laufey’s destined to be.”

The album scored Laufey her first-ever Grammy for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album earlier this year. Following the win, she recapped performing on the cello for Billy Joel, celebrating the win and more in an In Conversation chat with NME.

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