Jay Chou fans, get your credit cards ready.
The Mandopop king will be back in Singapore for a two-day concert in December, and ticketing starts on 5 May.
Here are the details.
Carnival World Tour
The Taiwanese superstar will bring his Carnival World Tour back to Singapore on 17 and 18 December 2022 at the National Stadium.
This tour celebrates Chou’s more than 20 years of achievement in the music industry. He released his debut album Jay in 2000.
His upcoming show is organised by G.H.Y Culture & Media.
Its spokesman said, “We are very excited about Jay Chou’s return to the Singapore stage where fans can enjoy his world-class performance, in-person again after over two years.
“We look forward to reuniting fans with a phenomenal live concert experience and celebrating Jay Chou’s music together.”
For the upcoming event, concert-goers can expect a “visually energising representation” of his songs.
Other stops in the tour after Singapore include Kuala Lumpur and Sydney.
Ticketing Opens on 5 May
I hope you have your credit card information already saved on your devices so that you’re all ready to book tickets when sales open.
Singapore priority ticket sales open on 5 May at 10am, via ticketing platform Tiketek Singapore.
You’re required to sign up for an account here before being able to purchase tickets.
Tickets are priced from $218, with the prices steadily increasing to $268, $308, $348, and $388. These prices are excluding the $4 booking fee.
Additionally, all OCBC card members enjoy priority booking from 5 to 7 May.
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The event time is estimated to be from 8pm to 10:30pm, and doors will open 6:30pm.
There will be no admission for infants in arms and children aged below 6 years old. If you’re bringing your children over the age of 6, they’ll need to purchase a ticket for admission too.
Do also note that this concert is a vaccinated-only event. You’ll need to show valid proof of vaccination as a condition of entry into the venue. If you’re not fully vaccinated, you’ll be denied entry.
Stay tuned for more information on his upcoming concert here.
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