Grab your limited VIP package for Wei Bird’s “At Thirty” World Tour in KL
The Taiwanese singer-songwriter Wei Li-an, also known as William Wei or Wei Bird, will be coming to Malaysia for one night only as part of his “Wei Bird ‘At Thirty’ World Tour”.
The tour is named after his newest single and is a celebration of his 10 years in music, as well as a beginning for a new phase in his artistry. Each tour leg has its own unique setlist composed of his classic songs as well as newer singles, sure to delight fans.
Eager for his long-awaited return to Malaysia? The details are below:
Date: 4 April 2020 (Saturday)
Venue: Mega Star Arena Viva Mall
What’s even more special about this Malaysian concert is that it includes a limited VIP Package, which consists of 1 CAT 1 ticket, a group photo with Wei Bird himself and exclusive concert merchandise.
The concert poster bears an image of the singer with his guitar, as his passion for music began when his father gifted him one as a child.
Tickets sales begin with a presale for those subscribed to the IMC Live Global Newsletter, from 10am-10pm this 16 January. You can register here http://bit.ly/IMCLiveFans to get the perks if it’s still before the 16th.
The public sale will start 17 January, 10am. Prices are RM488 for VIP package, RM388 for CAT 1, RM288 for CAT 2, RM188 for CAT 3 and RM98 for CAT 4. Prices exclude processing fees.
Every ticket comes with a free 30-day KKBOX premium membership, courtesy of the concert’s official music partner KKBOX.
From his debut in 2009, with his self-titled album winning him “Best New Artist”, to now, Wei Bird has never stopped experimenting and improving his techniques. Some of his most beloved songs are “Don’t Say”, “Girl” and “Think of You”, having received over 45 million views on YouTube combined.
Aside from Malaysian fans, Singaporean fans will also get their chance to see the singer this 28 March (Saturday) at 7:30pm at Sands Expo and Convention Centre Hall F @ Marina Bay Sands. Tickets will go live with the same schedule as Malaysia, with presale first then normal sales.