An additional 500 tickets per night will be released for sale for Mandopop singer JJ Lin’s Sanctuary World Tour in Singapore, announced concert promoter Unusual Entertainment on Tuesday (17 July). The extra tickets – released due to “overwhelming demand” – will be available for each of the four nights that Lin will perform at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on 15, 16, 18 and 19 August, said Unusual in a Facebook post. Lin recently added two more shows to the Singapore leg of his tour after his initial 15 and 16 August shows sold out.
Two new shows have been added to Mandopop singer JJ Lin’s tour schedule in Singapore after tickets were sold out within an hour of sales beginning on Saturday (16 June). The additional concerts for the Singaporean star’s Sanctuary World tour will be on 15 and 16 August, promoter Unusual Entertainment announced. Tickets are also available for purchase at the Singapore Indoor Stadium Box Office, all SingPost outlets, The Star Performing Arts Centre Box Office and Scotts Square Concierge Desk.
Mandopop star JJ Lin is bringing his Sanctuary World Tour to Singapore in August. The Singaporean singer-songwriter will be performing at the Singapore Indoor Stadium over two nights on 18 and 19 August at 7.30pm. Lin, who is currently nominated for six awards at the Golden Melody Awards, last performed in Singapore in 2015 to an 8,000-strong audience as part of his Timeline: Genesis World Tour.
Singaporean singer-songwriter JJ Lin made the first stop of his world tour, "Sanctuary" on 17 and 18 March at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Shanghai. The 36-year-old Lin performed 30 songs, including ”A Thousand Years Later” and "Brave New World", all while battling the flu. Lin was joined on stage by Canadian music producer, David Foster, who is also the tour director. The duo performed ”I Will Always Love You”, a song which Foster produced for the 1992 film, “The Bodyguard”. " Foster praised Lin, saying, “He has been sick for a few days now, but he still performs so well. It’s really impressive.” The three-hour concert ended with the song “Little Big Us”, which he dedicated to the fans who helped him to become the singer that he is today. He also performed hit songs ”River South” and “Twilight” during the encore segment of the concert. Lin's next concert stop is on 31 March at Chengdu. Details of his concert in Singapore have yet to be revealed. For more information on other stops in the world tour, read more here: Mandopop singer JJ Lin announces new tour with 16 stops including Singapore . Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .