Chinese singer Li Ronghao is performing in Singapore on 19 October

Chinese singer Li Ronghao is coming to Singapore in October. (PHOTO: G.H.Y. Culture & Media)

SINGAPORE — Chinese singer-songwriter Li Ronghao is holding a concert in Singapore on 19 October as part of his If I Were Young world tour.

The 33-year-old soulful singer, who is dating Taiwanese singer Rainie Yang, last performed in Singapore two years ago at the Max Pavilion.

Concert promoter GHY Culture & Media said concert tickets for Li’s tour, which began on 16 March in China, have sold out or are selling fast in tour stops such as Shanghai, Xiamen, Qingdao and Beijing.

Ticketing and venue details for Li's concert in Singapore will be announced at a later date.

Fans can expect to hear songs from his latest album, Ear, as well as other songs such as Quarrelsome Lovers, Model and Dwell On The Past.

Li won Best New Singer in 2013 at the Golden Melody Awards, Chinese music’s top award.

Promotional poster for Li Ronghao's upcoming concert in Singapore. (IMAGE: GHY Culture & Media)

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