8 music festivals and concerts in APAC this February

Check out #legend’s picks for the coolest concerts and music festivals this month, from across the Asia Pacific. Haley Sengsavanh shows you where to go

Ed Sheeran – February 10-11, Bangkok & February 24, Kuala Lumpur

Grammy award-winning British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran kicked off the Asian leg of his + – = ÷ x Mathematics Tour in January, performing his greatest hits like Shape of You, Castle on the Hill, and Perfect. This concert tour began in 2022 and is slated to end this September with a final show in Cyprus. His shows in Taiwan and Singapore are already sold out, but don’t worry if you’re hoping to see him live this month. There are still tickets available for his February 10 and 11 shows in Bangkok, Thailand, and on February 24 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 

More information here

NCT 127 – February 10-11, Osaka

K-pop sub-unit NCT 127 is on their third world tour, Neo City- The Unity. Audiences will hear songs from their newest album Fact Check, and top hits like Kick It and 2 Baddies. The members performing include Johnny, Taeyong, Yuta, Doyoung, Jaehyun, Jungwoo, Mark, and Haechan, with Taeil sitting out due to an injury. Their Macau show is sold out, but they still have two shows this month in Osaka at the Kyocera Dome. Don’t miss your chance to see them on either February 10 or 11!

More information here 

A-Lin – February 12-13, Macau

Usher in the Year of the Dragon with two performances at the MGM Cotai Theater in Macau featuring Mandopop sensation A-Lin (Huang Liling). This talented singer, who won the award for Best Mandarin Female Singer at the 34th Golden Melody Awards last July, will be bringing her powerhouse vocals and a stellar setlist to this special stage. Their show dates include February 12 and 13. 

More information here

Stranded in the Snowys – February 12-16, New South Wales, Australia

This unique music festival at the scenic Lake Crackenback Resort & Spa in Australia is a luxurious three-night stay that involves live music performances, self-guided nature activities, and more. The featured artists include the best-selling artist Jimmy Barnes, Hall of Famer Richard Clapton, and popular band The Black Sorrows. This event will occur between February 12 to 16. Attendance is limited strictly to 500 guests, ensuring an exclusive and intimate experience that you’ll never forget.

More information here 

Untold – February 15-18, Dubai

Untold is a Romanian electronic music festival, and this year they’re creating an international experience in Dubai. Event organisers are expecting 70,000 daily festival goers from around the world between February 15 to 18. The star-studded line-up of 100 total artists includes DJ Armin van Buuren, Psy, Bebe Rexha, Ellie Goulding, Tiësto, and more to be announced soon. This event will be Dubai’s first ever mega festival, and will be held at the impressive Expo City. 

More information here 

Splore Festival – February 23-25, New Zealand

Splore Festival is a unique boutique music and arts festival spanning three days from February 23 to 25, and will be held at Tāpapakanga Regional Park in New Zealand. This year’s theme of “Feasty” promises “a sensory binge” and encourages guests to indulge, reconnect with the land, and bring out their inner creativity. The programme includes live music performances across different genres, circus-style performances, and wellness events like yoga classes and breathwork exercises.  

More information here

Enhypen – February 23-25, Seoul

Enhypen is a seven-member boy band consisting of seven members (Heeseung, Jay, Jake, Sunghoon, Sunoo, Jungwon, and Ni-ki), chosen through the survival competition show I-Land. The Fate Tour began last summer, travelling to the United States in the Fall, and finally closing with two new encore shows in Seoul, South Korea on February 23 to 25. This event will be held at the KSPO Dome, where fans will get to hear them perform songs like Bite Me from their latest mini-album, Dark Blood. 

More information here

Ive – February 17, Kuala Lumpur & February 24, Singapore

This is the first world tour from beloved girl group IVE, which consists of six members: Gaeul, Yujin, Rei, Wonyoung, Liz, and Leeseo. The Show What I Have Tour kicked off last October 2023, and will conclude this August in Indonesia. The locations include North America, Europe, South America, and Australia. If you’re looking to see them this month, they have a show in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on February 17, and in Singapore on February 24. The setlist includes their chart-topping hits like Eleven and I Am, but also includes covers of songs like Ariana Grande’s 7 Rings and the Spice Girls’ Wannabe.

More information here for Malaysia, and here for Singapore.

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