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The R&B/soul singer will be making a stopover in Malaysia in September.
R&B/soul singer John Legend is set to hold a concert in Malaysia in September after his gig at the 2014 Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix on Sept 21.
Legend, whose latest hit single All Of Me has sold over four million copies (a platinum certification), will be making a pitstop in Kuala Lumpur on Sept 23, for a show at the Plenary Hall of KL Convention Centre at 9pm. Details of the show have officially been made available by tour promoter PR Worldwide.
Tickets for the An Evening With John Legend – The All of Me Tour starts from RM195 and will go on sale from Aug 1 via all authorised TicketPro outlets and online. Citibank cardholders will get an exclusive pre-sale discount beginning July 18.
The singer was last in the country in 2008, where he performed at the Sunburst KL festival. He has since released two new albums – Evolver and Love In The Future. Apart from All Of Me, Legend is also known for hits like Used To Love U, Ordinary People, Again, Stereo and Save Room.
In other news, Pet Shop Boys will also be holding a concert in Kuala Lumpur – its first ever in Malaysia – on Sept 24. The British duo is part of the Singapore Grand Prix show, too, performing on Sept 20. Other stars set to play at the same showcase include Robbie Williams (Sept 20) and Jennifer Lopez (Sept 21).
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