Rainie Yang concert in SG on 24 Aug, KL on 27 Jul

There’s good reason for fans of Rainie Yang to be on cloud nine: Rainie Yang’s concert will take place at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on 24 Aug (Sat) after a 5-year hiatus.

The Taiwanese singer, known for her R&B and pop singles, last performed at The Star Theatre in 2019. Unfortunately, you won’t be able to take a rain check at her concert this year as it is a one-night event.

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Since her debut in 2000, Yang, who is also known for having acted in the popular pan-Asia hit Taiwanese TV series Meteor Garden (2001), has become a prominent name in the Mandopop scene. In 2005, she released her debut album My Intuition, which sold over a million copies. Since then, she has released 12 studio albums and 2 compilation albums. 

Like A Star (2020) is Yang’s twelfth studio album. Meant to celebrate the 20th year of her debut, it also signifies her return to dance music, including genres such as trap and trance.

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The album’s title track, “Like a Star”, ranked 42nd on Hit FM Top 100 Singles of the Year.

Yang’s pitstop here is part of her Like A Star World Tour, which began in Nov 2020. In 2023, her World Tour expanded into mainland China for the first time since the pandemic.

Where Do I Get Tickets to Rainie Yang’s Concert?

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Tickets for Rainie Yang’s concert here will go on sale on 27 Jun (Thu) at noon on Klook and Sistic. Prices range between S$88 and S$338. 

Apart from Singapore, Yang will also be making a stop in Malaysia for this leg of the tour. Her concert will be held at the Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpur on 27 Jul (Sat), 8pm. It marks her return after a 5-year break, having last performed at the same venue in 2019.

Tickets for Rainie Yang’s KL concert are available via Klook. Prices range between RM$398 (S$114) and RM$948 (S$272). 

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