Everything About JJ Lin’s Concert That’s Happening at the End of 2019

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This month, a number of us would most probably be asking for advance pay, or simply tap into our savings.

Earlier this month, we got to know that Ah Chou is coming to Singapore on 10 and 11 January 2020. Youngsters who grew up with the Mandopop king went apeshit, for this guy hasn’t been coming out with new albums recently but suddenly decided to tease us with a concert.

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Then, soon after, those youngsters’ parents decided not to give them money for Ah Chou’s concert, because their idol Uncle Lau, the OG Mandopop king, is coming to Singapore for a concert, too.

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And now?

Another superstar is having a concert, too.

But this time, this superstar hails from Singapore.

JJ Lin’s World Tour

The 38-year-old who looks 18 is bringing his World Tour to Singapore on 21 December 2019 (yes, just one day).

But this time, you won’t have to worry about fighting for the tickets from our neighbours up north: the babyfaced homegrown songwriter-singer will be having a concert in KL on 7 December 2019 as well.

This was announced yesterday (24 May 2019) by concert organiser Unusual Entertainment on Facebook.

However, details of the venue and ticketing haven’t been released yet.

JJ Lin is currently in China for another tour, going to various cities like Foshan, Qingdao and Shenyang.

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Better be FAST

Last year, JJ Lin had a concert in August. There were initially two days planned, on 18 August and 19 August.  However, they were sold out so fast, the organisers decided to add in another two days, on 15 August and 16 August.

Once the tickets for the additional tickets went on sale on 25 June 2018 at 10:00 a.m., all the tickets were sold out by 12:20 p.m.

And mind you, that was on a Monday.

Suffice to say, you’d really need to be fast if you want to see him on 21 December 2019.

And don’t pin hopes that the organisers would add more days.

Not every day is Sunday.