ALLMAN BROWN is coming to Singapore to perform his hit tracks and we have your tickets! Ain’t that the ‘SWEETEST THING?’

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Are you ready for some folk music for your soul? You better be, because Allman Brown, the English singer/songwriter is gonna be in Singapore this March, performing his old fan favorites and some new songs that you’re going to love.

The singer, who recently surpassed the milestone of 80 million cumulative streams on Spotify and Apple Music is largely influenced by folk and folk rock icons like Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen. His debut Sons and Daughters in 2013 led to his breakthrough in 2017 with the album, 1000 years.

Allman Brown’s folksy style, soft guitar strums, and romantic lyrics will give you a serious case of the feels. Give Sons and Daughters a listen below or click here.

Allman Brown will be performing the likes of Sons and Daughters, Ancient Light, The Sweetest Thing and a whole lot more of his hit songs for you very soon. That’s great news, right? He will be in the Singapore concert scene this Mar. 15 performing at Decline.

Pumped up for the concert yet? But wait, there’s more!

We’re giving away 2 pairs of tickets to two lucky COCO+ Members!

COCO+ Members, this giveaway is for you. If you’re not a member yet, join us for the teeny tiny price of one latte per month. This grants you unlimited access to juicy, original and award-winning content from Coconuts, with a chance to join more regular and free giveaways like this one!

For all of our beloved COCO+ Members, email us at membership@coconuts.co with the subject line “I want tickets to ALLMAN BROWN,” along with your full name. We’ll announce 2 winners on March. 8, so keep your eyes peeled for that golden email! If you’re the lucky one, be sure to reply and claim your prize within 24 hours.

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