HK superstar Andy Lau to stage four shows in KL in October, one date clashes with Jay Chou


Andy Lau last performed in Malaysia in 2019. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong superstar Andy Lau will bring his brand new world tour, Today... Is The Day, to Malaysia in October.

The Heavenly King is slated to play four nights – Oct 24, 25, 26 and 27 at the Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpur.

Meanwhile, Taiwanese Mandopop singer Jay Chou is also scheduled to stage his concert on Oct 26 at Bukit Jalil National Stadium.

Talk about a Chinese music extravaganza in KL on Oct 26.

But back to Lau. Last month, the 62-year-old singer took to social media to announce this new tour which will kick off in China in July. Accompanying the announcement is a photo of Lau on stage wearing an unbuttoned green suit revealing chiselled abs.

Lau is expected to belt his timeless and beloved hits such as Thank You For Your Love, It's Not A Crime For A Man To Cry, Love You Forever and more in this concert.

Apart from KL, the tour will also take Lau to Macau, Singapore and his home city, Hong Kong.

Tickets for Lau's shows in KL are priced at RM388, RM688, RM988 and RM1,188, and will be available starting July 7 at noon from my.bookmyshow.com. Maybank Visa cardholders have access to priority ticket purchase on July 5 (noon to 7pm).

Lau last staged a three-night, sold out concert in KL in 2019.

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