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    Devendra Banhart Announces Asia Tour in June
    Mel Shimkovitz

    Devendra Banhart will lead a six-city tour of Asia this June, starting with a performance at the Guro Arts Valley Theatre in Seoul on June 6. The tour, a series of duo performances with his longtime collaborator Noah Georgeson, continues with concerts in Shanghai, Beijing, Hong Kong, and Singapore, culminating at the Siam Motors Auditorium in Bangkok on June 16. Before then, Banhart will headline the LTDOMX festival in Silao, Mexico, on May 19. See below for all of the currently announced dates; for all the latest, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    Banhart made his Nonesuch Records debut with the release of his album Mala in 2013. His latest album, Ape in Pink Marble, was released on Nonesuch in 2016. Both were co-produced by Georgeson. To pick up a copy of the albums, head to the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include instant downloads of the complete albums at checkout. You can also hear them on the Spotify playlist Devendra Banhart: The Complete Collection.

    DEVENDRA BANHART ON TOUR

    May 19 LTDOMX Silao, MEXICO
         
    Jun 6 Guro Arts Valley Theatre Seoul, SOUTH KOREA
    Jun 8 Shanghai Symphony Orchestra Shanghai, CHINA
    Jun 9 Yugong Yishan Beijing, CHINA
    Jun 12 TTN Livehouse Hong Kong, CHINA
    Jun 14 The Projector Singapore, SINGAPORE
    Jun 16 Siam Motors Auditorium Bangkok, THAILAND
         
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Devendra Banhart will lead a six-city tour of duo performances with his longtime collaborator Noah Georgeson in Asia this June, starting in Seoul on June 6, with concerts in Shanghai, Beijing, Hong Kong, and Singapore and culminating in Bangkok on June 16. Banhart will also headline the LTDOMX festival in Silao, Mexico, on May 19.

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Devendra Banhart will lead a six-city tour of Asia this June, starting with a performance at the Guro Arts Valley Theatre in Seoul on June 6. The tour, a series of duo performances with his longtime collaborator Noah Georgeson, continues with concerts in Shanghai, Beijing, Hong Kong, and Singapore, culminating at the Siam Motors Auditorium in Bangkok on June 16. Before then, Banhart will headline the LTDOMX festival in Silao, Mexico, on May 19. See below for all of the currently announced dates; for all the latest, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

Banhart made his Nonesuch Records debut with the release of his album Mala in 2013. His latest album, Ape in Pink Marble, was released on Nonesuch in 2016. Both were co-produced by Georgeson. To pick up a copy of the albums, head to the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include instant downloads of the complete albums at checkout. You can also hear them on the Spotify playlist Devendra Banhart: The Complete Collection.

DEVENDRA BANHART ON TOUR

May 19 LTDOMX Silao, MEXICO
     
Jun 6 Guro Arts Valley Theatre Seoul, SOUTH KOREA
Jun 8 Shanghai Symphony Orchestra Shanghai, CHINA
Jun 9 Yugong Yishan Beijing, CHINA
Jun 12 TTN Livehouse Hong Kong, CHINA
Jun 14 The Projector Singapore, SINGAPORE
Jun 16 Siam Motors Auditorium Bangkok, THAILAND
     
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