Limited tickets left for Blue’s “Live in Malaysia 2019”
English boyband Blue is making their way to Kuala Lumpur next month for their concert “Blue Live in Malaysia 2019”.
To be held on 3 March at Dewan Wawasan Convention & Exhibition Centre in Menara PGRM, Cheras, tickets for the concert have been selling like hot cakes and to date, three categories have already sold out.
VVIP tickets, which are priced at RM598 each and come with a Meet & Greet session (inclusive of group photograph with the boyband before the concert), are one of the sold out categories.
The other two sold out categories are Cat 3 and Cat 4 tickets, priced at RM158 and RM98, respectively.
A closer look at the sold out categories.
The info was revealed during a press conference held earlier today at Hotel Pavilion KL, where organisers KC & Friends Sdn Bhd and TerryandTheCuz Sdn Bhd also confirmed that all four members will be performing at the concert.
So for fans who want to see Antony Costa, Duncan James, Lee Ryan and Simon Webbe live in person but haven’t gotten their tickets yet, they’re going to have to act fast.
As of this morning, Cat 1 tickets (RM258) and Cat 2 tickets (RM208) are 70% sold out while VIP tickets (RM398) are also selling fast.
Kesuvan Purusotman (CEO – KC & Friends), Terence Conrad (CEO – TerryandThe Cuz) and Karina Grewal (TerryandThe Cuz) at the press conference, where they revealed that they’ve been working on bringing Blue to Malaysia since last year.
Taking into consideration that most of Blue fans would likely be parents by now, children aged 7-year-old and above are also welcome to attend the concert.
Malaysia’s own Jakeman will be the opening act, hyping up the crowd with his mixes before Blue takes the stage.
Since this concert is also held in celebration of the boyband’s 20th anniversary, the duration will be longer than their standard concert set list as it is expected to run for 60 to 75 minutes.
It’s also a very special concert for Malaysians as this is the first time in about 16 years that the boyband is holding a public concert in the country, they’ve only been visiting for private events after their last public show here.