The Jakarta Post
Lukas Graham attends the 2016 Billboard Music Awards on May 22, 2016, in Las Vegas, United States. (Shutterstock.com/Kobby Dagan/File)
Danish group band Lukas Graham is scheduled to perform in Indonesia for the first time.
Titled Lukas Graham the Purple Asian Tour – Live in Jakarta 2019, the concert will be held on Oct. 1 at the Kasablanka Hall in Kota Kasablanka shopping mall, South Jakarta.
Promoter Fullcolor Entertainment announced on Thursday that tickets will be on sale starting at 11:59 a.m. on Monday. They are available online at Traveloka (https://www.traveloka.com/en/) and the Lukas Graham Jakarta website (https://www.lukasgrahamjakarta.com/) or offline at the Fullcolor Entertainment office in Taman Anggrek Mall, West Jakarta.
The tickets come in three categories, namely Diamond VVIP, Gold VIP and Silver Festival.
Prices range from Rp 350,000 (US$51.77) for pre-sale Silver Festival to Rp 1.75 million for Diamond VVIP.
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TRAVELOKA presents THE GRAMMY NOMINATED ARTIST "LUKAS GRAHAM" LIVE IN JAKARTA, for the first time : 1 OCTOBER 2019 at THE KASABLANKA HALL, MALL KOTA KASABLANKA Presale Ticket start selling on Monday, 27 May 2019 at 11.59AM via Traveloka apps or website or click www.Lukasgrahamjakarta.com For more information, call: 021 563 9543 And follow @traveloka @travelokaxperience @fullcolorparty Promoted by FULL COLOR ENTERTAINMENT Official hospitality partner by Double tree by Hilton Jakarta Diponegoro @doubletreejkt #lukasgraham #lukasgrahamjakarta #fullcolorentertainment #traveloka
David Ananda, managing director of Fullcolor Entertainment, said the band could inspire young Indonesian who are trying to make their way into the music industry.
“The band’s struggle can boost the younger generations’ spirits,” David said in an official statement.
Formed in 2011, Lukas Graham consists of Lukas Graham on vocals, Mark Falgren on drums, Magnus Larsson on bass and Kasper Daugaard on keyboard. The band is known for singles “7 Years”, “Mama Said” and “Love Someone”.
The hit “7 Years” was inspired by Graham’s father who passed away at the age of 61. The track earned 2017 Grammy Awards nominations for Record of the Year and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. (wir/mut)