One Ok Rock Asia tour concert dates out for Taiwan, Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Hong Kong and Singapore

One Ok Rock’s Asia Tour 2023 to be titled the ‘Luxury Disease’ tour

The superb Japanese indie rock band One Ok Rock has released the tour dates for their upcoming Asia Tour, 2023.

One Ok Rock will be performing concerts in Taiwan (2), the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Hong Kong and Sinapore with seven dates in total so far.

According to the band, other dates and other Asian cities on the tour will be announced soon.

It will also be the first time the Japanese band has toured Asia since 2019 when they were the supporting act during the Asia leg of Ed Sheeran’s enormous worldwide ÷ Tour.

The title of the band’s tour will be ‘Luxury Disease‘, as it is in support of their tenth studio album of the same name, which came out in September, 2022.

The dates for the One Ok Rock Asia Tour 2023 released so far are as follows:

Sept 16th – Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center – Taipei, Taiwan
Sept 17th – Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center – Taipei, Taiwan
Sept 26th – Smart Araneta Coliseum – Manila, Philippines
Sept 29th – Beach City International Stadium – Jakarta, Indonesia
Oct 7th – Central Harbourfront Event Space – Hong Kong
Dec 12th – Impact Arena – Bangkok, Thailand
Dec 18th– Singapore Indoor Stadium – Singapore

As you will probably notice, there have not been any dates announced for the One Ok Rock Asia Tour from the first week in October through until the second week in December.

That could mean it is likely new concerts in other Asian cities will be announced during that period soon.

Ticket sale venues and ticket prices have not as yet been announced either, but they will likely be out soon as well.

Meanwhile, if you plan on hitting one of the concerts (and One Ok Rock is superb live, so you should), you might want to listen to every one of the songs on the band’s recent Luxury Disease album, as you can guarantee they will be the bulk of the tracks performed on their upcoming tour.

You can do that via Luxury Disease down below.

You can also check out their recently released promo video for the Japan leg of their upcoming tour.


About Michelle Topham

Brit-American journalist based in Austria, former radio DJ at 97X WOXY, and Founder/CEO of Leo Sigh. I've covered anime, manga, K-drama and music news for over a decade.