Described as the “rockin’” love-child of Taylor Swift and Halsey, Against the Current is the next big thing in the pop-punk world. And they’re coming to Hong Kong next month, taking “The Past Lives World Tour” to MacPherson Stadium in Mong Kok.

If you need something to beat the post-Clockenflap blues, or want to sneak in another concert before The Weeknd takes over the AsiaWorld-Expo, this concert is for you. Bonus points if you go to all three!

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When Against the Current first came on the scene in 2011, their unique blend of pop, rock and indie sounds quickly gathered a powerful fanbase. In May 2016, their debut album “In Our Bones” immediately entered Billboard’s “Top New Artists” chart. The band swiftly attracted the notice of some of the industry’s to publications. The Alternative Press called them “pop-rock perfection”, while KERRANG! Raved that “superstardom awaits” the young trio from New York. Since then, the band has shared international stages with the likes of All Time Low, Good Charlotte and More.

The “Past Lives” album was led by the release of three new tracks, “Personal”, “Strangers Again” and “Almost Forgot”, the first new material in over two years. The band is led by tour de force and social media sensation Chrissy Costanza, with Dan Gow on guitar and Will Ferri on drums and keyboards.

They’re celebrating the new album with an epic world tour, stopping in Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, France and Hong Kong. This might be your last chance to catch them before they hit superstardom, so get your tickets now through Live Nation.

After the show, make sure to come back to Lan Kwai Fong and keep the party going at our favourite live music venues and clubs.

Tickets for “The Past Lives World Tour” are on sale now through, and prices range from HK$488 – HK$688. “The Past Lives World Tour” is happening 29 November, 2018 at MacPherson Stadium.  

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