Chinese singer Cai Xukun to hold a concert in Malaysia on Oct 6


Singer Cai Xukun is a prominent figure in the Chinese music industry. Photo: Handout

Chinese singer Cai Xukun will be bringing his Kun 2023 World Tour to Malaysia this October.

Organised by Leteng Live, the concert is scheduled to take place at the Mines International Exhibition & Convention Centre (MIECC) in Seri Kembangan at 8pm on Oct 6.

Fans can expect an unforgettable musical experience as Cai is known for going above and beyond for his performances.

In 2019, Cai released his first EP, Young, which topped QQ Music Chart and later became the best-selling digital EP of the year.

His 2020 single, Lover, was also a success – bagging multiple awards and recording over 18 million streams on Spotify.

In 2022, Cai solidified his position as a prominent figure in the music industry after releasing his debut album, Maze, which sold over 90 million copies and topped charts on various major music platforms.

His latest EP, Phenomenon, was also met with great enthusiasm from fans. Its release was accompanied by Cai's first online concert, which attracted a viewership of over 42 million.

Tickets for Cai's concert in Malaysia are priced from RM298 to RM1,098 and are available via my.bookmyshow.com.

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