After recently announcing several stops in South-east Asia, American rockers Incubus have now added Malaysia in their line-up tour. The Malaysian gig will take place on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at KL Live, Life Centre, after their stop in Singapore and before their Philippines’ show.
“Malaysia! We can’t wait to see you all again when we play Kuala Lumpur at KL LIVE on Feb 13th,” the band shared in a Facebook post. The concert is to support the band’s latest album 8, featuring the single Nimble Bastard which peaked at number four on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Songs chart.
The band last visit in Malaysia was six years ago in 2011 during their “If Not Now, When Tour”. Incubus also visited Malaysia in 2004 at Bukit Kiara, and during that year, the band released their live album Live in Malaysia 2004, which is the fourth in a series of live Incubus albums.
Early bird tickets will be sold at RM238 while regular price will be at RM268. The tickets will be available via ticketcharge.com.my, starting December 1, 2017 at 10am.
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