“Running Man” duo HaHa & Kim Jong Kook to hold concert in Malaysia!
This March, “Running Man” fans are in for a treat as “brothers” HaHa and Kim Jong Kook will be holding their first concert together in Malaysia!
While this isn’t the first time for this “Running Man” duo to visit the country, it is definitely a first for the two variety stars to share a stage to perform their singles and collaborations.
Here are the details for “HaHa & Kim Jong Kook Concert in 2019”:
Date: 2 March 2019 (Saturday)
Venue: Malawati Indoor Stadium, Shah Alam
Special guest star, Skull (who makes up one half of RGP, the South Korean reggae duo HaHa is also a member of), will also join the two onstage!
Get ready to party as HaHa drops his reggae beats while Jong Kook serenades the crowd with his soothing ballads.
The seating plan for the concert.
How to get the tickets?
Offline ticket sales begin this 19 to 20 January (Saturday to Sunday) at 12pm at Mcalls Digital Lifestyle Stores in NU Sentral, Sunway Pyramid, Mid Valley Megamall, Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall, Paradigm Mall Johor Bahru and Mcalls Service Center MMall Penang.
Online purchase can be made at MacpiePro’s official website (www.macpiepro.com) from this 21 January (Monday) onwards at 12pm.
How much are the tickets?
Tickets are priced at RM153 (Blue Zone), RM243 (Green Zone), RM333 (Purple Zone), RM453 (Yellow Zone) and RM493 (Red Zone).
Yes, there’s a way to get the tickets at a cheaper price!
How to get discounts?
Each fan who subscribes to Mcalls HITS Plan and HITS Deal will get to purchase 2 tickets at 35% off and another 2 tickets at 10% off (only apply to Red Zone and Yellow Zone).
Pre-sale for this begins from 14 January (Monday) at 12pm until 18 January (Friday) at www.mcalls.asia and Mcalls DLS before the official ticket sales to the public begins on 19 January 2019.
“HaHa & Kim Jong Kook Concert in 2019” is part of MacpiePro’s “Crazy 20”, which kicks off this February with a BLACKPINK concert and will have various local and international acts lined up for 20 concerts in Malaysia throughout 2019.