Atlanta-based singer-songwriter Teddy Swims has revealed his highly anticipated 2023 Asia tour, featuring a special performance at Samsung Hall, SM Aura Premier in Manila, Philippines, on August 3.
The tour will kick off in the UK on July 6 and include stops in Ireland, Singapore, Japan, and Australia, before culminating in New Zealand on August 31.
This announcement follows a remarkable year for Teddy, fueled by the success of his recent EPs, Sleep Is Exhausting and Tough Love.
The vocal powerhouse joined forces with Armin van Buuren and Matoma to release the uplifting dance anthem “Easy to Love” earlier this year.
In 2022, he captivated audiences with his rendition of “Don’t Stop Believin’” on America’s Got Talent alongside season 14 winner Kodi Lee and Journey guitarist Neal Schon. Additionally, he showcased his powerful vocals on collaborations such as Illenium’s “All That Really Matters,” Meghan Trainor’s “Bad For Me,” and MK & Burns’ “Better.”
Presented by AEG Presents Asia and Insignia Presents, Teddy Swims Live in Manila tickets will be available for P2,650 for Floor Standing and P1,910 for Balcony (excluding ticketing charges). General on-sale will begin on May 27 at 10:00 a.m. via ww.InsigniaPresents.com or at SM Tickets outlets nationwide.
Having dedicated his life to music from a young age, Teddy Swims, also known as Jaten Dimsdale, knocked on the door of stardom in 2019. With covers performed from a humble bedroom studio, he rapidly gained widespread recognition on the internet, accumulating hundreds of millions of views and amassing a devoted following of over 4 million.
Teddy Swims has crafted a captivating signature style that fuses soulful melodies, intimate R&B, rock energy, and hip-hop swagger, all elevated by his powerful vocals. Garnering praise from esteemed publications such as American Songwriter, Billboard, Flaunt, and Idolator, as well as leaving icons like Shania Twain in awe, Teddy was heralded as a “2021 Artist To Watch” by Rolling Stone.
Transitioning from covering his musical idols on YouTube to performing his own original music on national television, his journey has been nothing short of extraordinary.