ALL KHALID DIE-HARD FANS, WE’VE GOT NEWS THAT WILL MAKE YOUR FAN-GIRL/BOY HEART EXPLODE! If you’re wondering, yes, that needed to be in caps.
The singer of Young, Dumb & Broke fame has announced his tour dates for his Asia’s leg and thankfully, Malaysia was not left out this time. Let’s all take a moment to silently appreciate Khalid & his team for not skipping us.
According to AEG Presents Asia’s Facebook post, Khalid’s Free Spirit World Tour – Asia will kick off in Impact Arena, Bangkok on 24th March 2020 and it will tentatively end in Bangalore. But, that’s about to change soon because they have yet to announce one more Asian city.
In Malaysia, the six-time Grammy Award nominee will perform in Stadium Malawati on the 4th of April 2020. TIME TO MARK YOUR CALENDARS, GUYS!
As of now, there is no further information about Khalid’s Free Spirit World Tour – Asia in terms of the ticketing details. That said, you can keep yourself informed with the latest updates about Khalid’s Asia Tour through AEG Presents Asia’s FB page.
I don’t know about you, but I’m definitely excited to catch Khalid here in Malaysia. In the meantime, I will leave his latest music video from his album: Free Spirit for you because all good things must be shared.
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