Tickets Now on Sale to See Isaac Gracie in Chengdu

By That's, May 17, 2019

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Tickets to see the one and only Isaac Gracie when he arrives in Chengdu this summer are on sale now over on thMart! The 24-year-old singer, who has been compared to the likes of Nick Drake and Bob Dylan, will bring his folk rock stylings to Yue Space in the spicy west on July 5. 

With a brief two-show tour in Shanghai and Beijing already in the books, Gracie is planning to return to the Middle Kingdom in July, bringing gorgeous songs from his self-titled debut album, released in 2018. 

Flyer courtesy of the promotor

Gracie first came to the attention of music-folk back in 2015 when he released ‘Last Words’ on his Soundcloud account. He quickly signed with Virgin EMI and began touring. Three-and-a-half years later, and the singer’s quick success now sees him play his heartbreaking tracks to sold-out venues around the world. 

To buy your tickets, scan the QR code below: 


Fri Jul 5, 8pm; RMB280 presale, RMB380 door, RMB580 VIP. Yue Space. Tickets

[Cover image via @isaac_g_music/Instagram]

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