Suria FM to stage concert in Petaling Jaya and Kota Baru this October

Suria FM hopes to expand its listener base, especially in the east coast, through its upcoming SuriaVolusi concert. Photo: Handout

Suria FM is treating its listeners to two shows set to take place this October as part of its SuriaVolusi concert.

The first show will be held on Oct 21 at The Curve in Petaling Jaya, Selangor while the second will take place on Oct 28 at the KB Mall in Kota Baru, Kelantan.

Prepare to be dazzled by incredible performances from artistes such as Azlan And The Typewriter, Khai Bahar, Baby Shima, Floor 88 and Asraf Nasir among others.

The event will also be graced by Suria FM's talented radio announcers including Ajak, Shuib, Suraya, Cik Piah, Rara, Tyzo and DJ Lin.

"SuriaVolusi is the result of a collaboration between Suria FM and AC Gas, which is sure to deliver something different to fellow attendees and loyal Suria FM listeners.

"The aim of this concert is to expand Suria FM's listener base, especially around the east coast," said DJ Lin, who's also the station's general manager.

In addition to interacting with Suria FM's presenters and enjoying performances from local artistes, patrons also stand a chance to win prizes through various stage games which will start from noon until 6pm.

Attendees can also drop by the Kedai Suria booth, which will be open throughout the event, to buy exclusive Suria FM merchandise.

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