John Mayer Tour 2019-Tickets, Dates & Concert Schedule

John Mayer has a bustling spring and summer in front of him. The guitarist declared on Tuesday that he will head back abroad for a keep running of solo visit dates in Australia and Asia, starting in late March and proceeding through mid-April. The performance visit will commence Mayer’s 2019 show crusade, which proceeds into the late spring with the recently reported Dead and Company summer visit beginning on May 31st.

Mayer’s universal solo shows start in Auckland, New Zealand on March 23rd, trailed by a trio of Australian exhibitions on March 25th, 27th, and 29th. The visit proceeds into April with stops crosswise over southeast Asia including Singapore; Bangkok, Thailand; Jakarta, Indonesia; Hong Kong, China; trailed by two exhibitions in Tokyo, Japan to finish things off on April tenth and eleventh. Tuesday evening’s declaration did not broadly expound regarding which settings Mayer would play amid the Asia leg of the visit, yet stated that ticket and show data for those urban areas will be reported in the up and coming weeks.

Mayer’s spring solo shows are set to incorporate two arrangements of music, with more tunes in turn than any other time in recent memory as indicated by the 41-year-old guitarist, who discharged his seventh studio collection, The Search for Everything, back in April 2017. Mayer’s 2017 world visit in advancement of the new collection included the arrival of the John Mayer Trio, with bassist Pino Palladino and drummer Steve Jordan. Mayer did not indicate regardless of whether the two performers would go along with him on the spring visit, yet fans ought to be hopeful.

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Mayer has endeavored to extend his inventive capacities past only that of the performance pop/shake domain in 2018. He collaborated with Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker for a track included on Travis Scott’s 2018 collection, Astroworld. He’s additionally exploited his comedic capacities and love for web based life with another week after week arrangement titled “Current Mood”, which pretense most Sunday evenings on his Instagram.

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