Live Nation is thrilled to announce Hong Kong singer Eason Chan will be returning to Singapore after six years as part of his “FEAR AND DREAMS” World Tour! His latest world tour, “FEAR AND DREAMS” kicked off in Hong Kong with 27 sold-out shows!
As soon as news of Eason’s “FEAR AND DREAMS” concert tour was announced, fans flooded social media with their excitement, and tickets for all 18 shows were exhausted on the first day of sale. Due to the overwhelming demand, the organiser announced 3 rounds of additional dates, adding up to a total of 27 shows for this tour. This also broke Eason's personal record for the number of performances at the Hong Kong Coliseum for any tour he has ever done. It is also worth mentioning that the 12th show held on Christmas Eve last year was also Eason's 100th concert at the Hong Kong Coliseum since his debut, which holds extra significance to the man himself.
After the successful conclusion of his shows in Hong Kong, Eason made a surprise announcement at the press conference, sharing that he would be bringing his latest tour to other cities in Asia, with Singapore as the first stop! Eason will return to perform at the Singapore Indoor Stadium this April, where fans are invited to join him on his musical journey where “fear” and “dreams” are experienced. It’s been eight years since Eason’s last large-scale concert here, and each time he visits Singapore, even for his album showcases, his shows were all sold out. This highly anticipated show is one not to be missed!
EASON CHAN FEAR AND DREAMS WORLD TOUR IN SINGAPORE will take place at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on 15 & 16 April 2023. Singtel mobile users will enjoy an exclusive priority sale on
1 March (Wed) from 10am to 11:59pm. Visit www.singtel.com/eason for more information. Live Nation members can secure tickets during the exclusive Live Nation presale on 2 March (Thu) from 10am to 11:59pm. Visit www.livenation.sg for free membership signup and presale access. Tickets to public will be available from 3 March (Fri) 10am onwards via www.ticketmaster.sg.
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