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by angelin yeoh
Multi-talented Taiwanese Mandopop star Jay Chou returns to Kuala Lumpur for two shows on November 14 and 15.
The hardworking singer-actor will be returning to the country for a concert in November.
After a series of successful concerts in Taiwan and Hong Kong, plus three sold-out shows in Malaysia last year, you’d expect Jay Chou to take a break.
But no ... the Taiwanese superstar will return to Kuala Lumpur for two shows in November.
The Opus 2 Jay World Tour Concert will take place at Putra Indoor Stadium in Bukit Jalil, KL on November 14 and 15. Fans can look forward to the 35-year-old singer performing some of his greatest hits like Black Humour, Secret and Nocturne. Who knows?
Perhaps Chou might unveil some new songs as well...
Of course, the singer will also be displaying his extravagant showmanship. Tickets are priced from RM180 to RM660 and will be on sale from June 21. Head to Level G Boulevard, Paradigm Mall in Petaling Jaya, Selangor on June 21 for a special concert A4 folder with every ticket purchased.
UOB Bank Visa credit card members are entitled to 10% discount on a special pre-sale day on June 20 at selected Speedy Video outlets or through TicketCharge phone booking.
For more information, contact Speedy Entertainment (03–4264 0888) or TicketCharge (03–9222 8811). Visit www.speedy.com.my or www.ticketcharge.com.my for updates.
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