Get ready fans, Irish rock trio The Script is returning to Southeast Asia next year!

In support of their newly-released 5th studio album, “Freedom Child”, lead singer Danny O’Donoghue, guitarist Mark Sheehan and drummer Glen Power will be bringing performing a slew of new material in their upcoming “Freedom Child Tour”.

The Script
Source: Facebook

In speaking with New York City Monthly, the group shared how this new record has inspired the “Freedom Child Tour”. “I think the most exciting thing is getting back on the road again. We’re all musicians at heart. We’ve all really enjoyed the ride we have been on. I think taking a break was really to evaluate what we’ve done,” O’Donoghue told the publication.

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The 38-year-old frontman added, “The thing I’m most excited about is coming back with new music, that’s what got us excited in the first place, getting songs out there for people. It feels like we’re back releasing our first material again.”

The Script will be kicking off their “Freedom Child Tour” in February 2018 in the UK, Ireland, and Europe, before making their way to Asia. Although Malaysia isn’t included in their pitstops this time around, fans can still catch them in Singapore. In addition, the band will also be performing in Philippines (Manila), China, Taiwan (Taipei), as well as Thailand (Bangkok).

The Script
Source: Midas

The details to The Script’s “Freedom Child Tour” in Singapore are as follows:

  • Date: 12th April 2018 (Thursday)
  • Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium
  • Time: doors open 7pm
  • Duration: approximately 90 minutes
  • Ticketing: S$98, S$138, S$168, S$178, S$278

Singapore tickets will go on sale on 13th November 2017 at 10am. Stay tuned to Sports Hub and Midas Promotions for the latest updates.

Sources: The Hive, NYC Monthly / Featured image: Facebook.

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