Jay Chou returns to S'pore for 2 shows in Dec; sale starts 5 May

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Taiwanese pop star Jay Chou performs on stage during the 2018 Singapore Formula One Grand Prix at Marina Bay Street Circuit.
Taiwanese pop star Jay Chou performs on stage during the 2018 Singapore Formula One Grand Prix at Marina Bay Street Circuit. (FILE PHOTO: Suhaimi Abdullah/Getty Images)

UPDATE, 19 APRIL: The story has been updated with ticketing details.

SINGAPORE — Fans of Taiwanese pop superstar Jay Chou, mark down 17 and 18 December on your calendar as the dates for his return to Singapore to perform for the first time in over two years.

The Mando-pop king will be bringing his Carnival World Tour to the Singapore National Stadium for two nights on those dates, entertainment company GHY Culture and Media said in a media release on Wednesday (13 April).

Tickets are priced $388, $348, $308, $268, and $218, excluding the $4 booking fee.

Tickets can be booked online on Ticketek Singapore from 10am on 5 May. Ticket buyers are required to sign up for a Ticketek Singapore account before purchasing tickets.

All OCBC cardmembers will enjoy priority booking from 5 to 7 May.

Jay Chou's Carnival World Tour concert poster. (PHOTO: GHY Culture and Media)
Jay Chou's Carnival World Tour concert poster. (PHOTO: GHY Culture and Media)

The 43-year-old singer-songwriter is celebrating more than 20 years in the music industry, after releasing his debut album Jay in 2000. Chou last performed in Singapore at the National Stadium in January 2020 for two nights, also as part of his Carnival World Tour.

Fans can expect a "visually energising representation" of his songs on his return to Singapore, according to the media release.

"We are pleased to be playing host to Jay Chou and his fans again as more live mega concerts return to Singapore’s iconic National Stadium," said Lionel Yeo, CEO of the Singapore Sports Hub.

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