Malaysian girl group Dolla to hold debut concert on Aug 3


Photo: Bernama

After more than four years of making a name for itself, popular local girl group Dolla (pic) has announced it will hold its first-ever concert on Aug 3.

The Dolla Re:Birth The Experience concert will take place at Zepp Kuala Lumpur and it is expected to showcase a mature side of the group, comprising Tabby, Sabronzo and Angel.

Speaking at a press conference recently, Angel said the group's debut concert will usher in a new era for Dolla with a different performance style, promising satisfaction for fans who attend.

"This concert is like a rebirth for us, showcasing our mature side. We have already started preparing for it, and are currently arranging new and fresh songs for the concert.

"Of course, it will be a performance that no one has ever seen before. It will be an emotional and special experience for all Dolla fans,” she said.

Tabby and Sabronzo also said they hoped to deliver their best performance at the concert and ensure a fresher presentation.

The group’s popular songs include Damelo, Dolla Make You Wanna, Bad, and Look At This.

Tickets, priced at RM149, RM199 and RM259, are available from – Bernama

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