In celebration of her 20th year in music, pop singer Joi Chua is set to hold her first ever full-fledged concert in Singapore.

Her solo concert, “Joi Chua <FLOW> Concert in Singapore”, is set to be held at the following time and place: 
Date: 29 November 2019 (Friday)
Time: 8pm
Venue: Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre (Hall 601-604)
Tickets, with prices ranging from SGD88 to SGD208, are set to go on sale at from this week.
Pre-sale on 4 September is open only for IMC Live Global fans (visit for more info), while general public sales will begin on 5 September.
Singtel mobile customers will get to enjoy 10% discount off tickets from 10 September onwards. Fans will also receive a free 30-day KKBOX premium membership with every ticket purchased.
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The seating plan for Joi Chua’s <FLOW> concert.

Press statement from the organiser reveals the meaning behind the concert’s name: “Like the evolving nature of water, <FLOW> fuses the diverse dimensions of Joi Chua into a night of musical convergence, paying tribute to home ground Singapore that has witnessed her growth and success across the years. Like water, <FLOW> is set to be a voyage of an illustrious musical career that has embraced all shapes and forms for a singer who continues to pursue her dreams.”

The singer herself is involved in the creative direction of the concert, which is helmed by rising Hong Kong director Kit Choi, who has directed concert tours for Mandopop and Cantopop artistes such as Angela Zhang, Wong Ka Kui, Paul Wong, and Julian Cheung. 
Award-winning Singaporean producer and music arranger Kenn C, who has worked closely with the likes of JJ Lin and Stefanie Sun, as well as internationally renowned Singaporean fashion designer Max Tan are also involved in the concert that’s conceptualised and produced by IMC Captasia Group.
Since her rise to success in the early 2000s, Joi Chua has gone on to become one of Singapore’s most well-loved Mandopop artistes. Among her achievements are her nomination in The Golden Melody Awards in 2007, her win at Singapore E-Awards 2013, her solo concerts at Suzhou and Chongqing in 2017, and making her acting debut as a lead actress in Royston Tan’s movie “3688”.