13-hour concert to be held in Genting Highlands


  • Nation
  • Friday, 02 May 2003

KUALA LUMPUR: A 13-hour concert featuring 11 live acts and deejays from Malaysia, Brazil, the United States and Germany will take centre stage in Genting Highlands on May 31. 

Dubbed the “Elevation Peace on Earth Tour,” the organisers are expecting up to 15,000 people to attend the concert to showcase Malaysia as a top venue for international entertainment. 

Among the Malaysians to be featured include hip hop duo Poetic Ammo, and Hitz.fm’s Jakeman and Serena C aka DJ D*Lite, while international acts and DJs include Farley Jackmaster Funk, DJ Disciple and Nandi Walker & Real Time from the United States, She DJ from Brazil and RastAliens from Germany. 

Deputy Culture, Arts and Tourism Minister Datuk Dr Ng Yen Yen, who witnessed the signing ceremony yesterday, said Malaysia was going ahead to promote its tourism attractions despite the difficulties affecting the industry. 

“We have the world’s greatest nature for tourism and we can be the world’s best in tourism because of our cultural diversity,” she said. 

“The theme of the event is a reflection of the world’s current scenario, where mankind needs to be reminded of our positive human values and the need to practice these values among the youth who will be future citizens and leaders,” said Trilogy Concept’s senior vice president Kent Low, who are organising the event. 

The Elevation Peace on Earth event will take place at the First World Hotel Open Car Park.  

Cover charge for the day will be RM88 (includes two drinks). Pre-event admission at RM66 (includes two drinks) will be available from next week. Call the Genting Highlands hotline at 03-2718 1118 for updates and information. 

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