It’s party time!
It’s only just the beginning of the new year. However, most of us may very well already be swamped with work.
Well, we don’t mean to brag but we’ve got the answers to your prayers. We’ve compiled a list of a few upcoming events in Malaysia to relieve you of your stress- so sit back, and relax.
1. Khalid Free Spirit World Tour 2020
To all the Khalid fans out there, this is for you!
The 21-year-old R&B singer has selected Malaysia to be one of his pitstops. Khalid will be having his Free Spirit World Tour 2020 right here in Malaysia, Truly Asia. Mark your calendars people – the date of the concert is set to be held on April 4 at Malawati Stadium.
2. SEVENTEEN ‘Ode to You’ World Tour 2020
SEVENTEEN is returning to Malaysia after 2 years since they had their last world tour here. The boys kick started ‘Ode to You’ World Tour in Seoul and from there, they will be heading to various cities to meet their fans around the world. And, guess what? Kuala Lumpur will be the final stop of the world tour, taking place on February 22 at the Axiata Arena!
3. Jay Chou Carnival World Tour
Whoever said size doesn’t matter didn’t know what they were talking about. Jay Chou has gotten a bigger and better venue to wow his fans with a brand-new theme that he worked on for his world tour this year. The Asia Mandopop King will be coming back to Malaysia on February 29 this year at the National Stadium, Bukit Jalil.
4. Good Vibes Festival 2020
It’s just the beginning of the year and Good Vibes Festival has already been giving us teasers of #GVF2020! Instead of a 2 day event like it basically was every previous year, they will be extending it to a total of 3 days instead.
Time to mark your calendars for the dates August 14 to August 16 this year!
5. Rockaway Festival 2020
Rockaway Festival 2020 is bringing all lovers of rock together. There will be food and festivities included, all whilst experiencing quality head-banging music.
There will be performances that include local artists like Toko Kilat, XPDC, and Hujan. The festival runs for two days – March 14 and March 15, taking place in the Bukit Jalil Stadium in car park B.