Rod Stewart a no-show again in Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR: Fans of Rod Stewart were left disappointed again as the British singer’s gig here has been cancelled.

In a statement from event promoter Live Nation Malaysia, the concert slated for March 4 has been cancelled due to “unforeseen circumstances”.

Those who have purchased tickets from the authorised ticket platform, GoLive Asia, will receive a refund through the original payment method.

“Our ticketing partner, GoLive Asia, will be reaching out to you via email regarding the refunds within five business days,” said Live Nation Malaysia.

Stewart was supposed to perform at the Axiata Arena in Bukit Jalil as part of his Live In Concert, One Last Time Asian tour.

The cancellation notice soured fans who had been waiting nearly three decades for him to stage a show in Malaysia.

The 79-year-old was previously scheduled to perform at Stadium Merdeka on Aug 31, 1995, but postponed his show in deference to National Day.

Having sold over 120 million records globally, Stewart is among the best-selling artistes of all time.

He has released 32 albums, with the last one being The Tears of Hercules, released in 2021.

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