There is still hope for fans of Jay Chou who didn’t manage to snatch tickets to his upcoming concert in January next year.
Additional tickets have been added to the Mandopop star’s one-night-only concert, thanks to “demand from fans”, according to a press release from concert organiser Multimedia Entertainment on Thursday (2 November).
Tickets will go on sale from Tuesday (7 November), and can be bought from ticketing service Sports Hub Tix, the Singapore Indoor Stadium box office and SingPost outlets. All StarHub customers and OCBC cardholders will get priority booking for tickets.
StarHub customers can log in to the My StarHub app on Monday (6 November) to get a promo code for the concert, which can be used to purchase the tickets from Sports Hub Tix. OCBC cardholders can enter the first six digits of their OCBC credit or debit cards when booking their tickets online.
The popular singer-songwriter will be returning to perform in Singapore as part of his “The Invincible” Part 2 tour on 6 January 2018 at the National Stadium. Tickets to the concert are priced from $98 to $348.
The 38-year-old’s last concert in Singapore, “The Invincible” Part 1, made headlines after more than 1,000 concert-goers signed an online petition demanding for a refund, citing “unacceptable standards” of the concert’s audio quality.
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