• OVERVIEW

    A Guangzhou, China native, Joseph Koo Kar-Fai, is one of the most respected composers in Hong Kong. He started his career using the pen name Moran (莫然) for the release of his Mandarin songs. Joseph has two siblings; his older sister being the famous Chinese singer/painter Koo Mei (顧媚), and his younger brother, Koo Kar-Tseung (顧嘉鏘).

    Frances Yip Lai-yee (born 1947) is a Hong Kong Cantopop singer. She is best known for her theme songs for a variety of television series produced by TVB in the 1980s and early 1990s. Her singing career started after she won a talent competition on Hong Kong television and subsequently composer Joseph Koo. Yip started off singing commercial jingles before releasing her first record, Bu Liao Qing (Love Without Ends).

    In 1973, Yip released her album, Discovery. Her inspiration behind the nine-language album was her experience travelling while working with Cathay Pacific. The album also inspired caught a London talent agent’s eye, leading her to a signed record label with EMI records. Yip then moved to London for two years.

    Yip hit international fame with her signature song, The Bund, from the TVB drama of the same title. After she recorded The Bund, she returned to Hong Kong.

    In her 45-year career, Yip has released more than 80 albums, mostly of songs in English, Indonesian, Thai, Malay, Spanish, Japanese, Tagalog, Cantonese, and Mandarin. She has performed on television, and in films, concerts and cabarets in more than 30 countries on five continents.

    Elisa Chan is one of the most respected figures in Hong Kong’s music industry. She started as the lead vocalist in one of Hong Kong’s top pop groups, the New Topnotes. She then turned solo in the early 80’s and has been a celebrated Cantopop artist for over 30 years. Her musical repertoire ranges from Western pop to Cantopop and audiences are always impressed by her powerful on-stage performances and was voted as the Best Performer of Hong Kong in 1998.

    Throughout her career, she has released over 20 solo albums and earned her many great hits. Elisa worked together with Chris Babida in her latest album, Everything Must Change, which was released in 2011.

    Elisa's solo concert, The Impossible Concert was held at the Hong Kong Coliseum in 1994, and from then on, she has appeared in countless major concerts counting the three-time encored Joseph Koo and James Wong Concert in 1999 and 2005 over 35 shows.

    Teresa Cheung Tak-lan is a Hong Kong singer who has been in the entertainment industry since she was a child. She started off as a member of the Four Golden Flowers and rose to fame in through the 1980s for the song she sang for the TVB series The Good, The Bad And The Ugly. She also sang the main theme for the TV series The Return of the Condor Heroes (1983) and three of its subthemes.In 1988 she married business director and arts administrator Frankie Yeung.

    Gallen Lo Ka-leung is a Hong Kong actor and singer who primarily acts in television series. He is sometimes credited as King Gallen or Law Ka-leung. Lo started his television career in 1984 at ATV. He received short-term success in acting ATV and singing theme songs for some ATV series. Lo left ATV for rival TVB, but his career did not bloom until 1996, when he was cast in the series Old Time Buddy in 1997 and Secret of the Heart in 1998. Lo won TVB's Best Actor Award three times (1997, 1998, 2002). In 2003, Lo left TVB and started to focusing on acting and making commercials in Mainland China.

    • Date
      8 July 2017
    • Time
      8.30pm
    • Location
      Arena of Stars

    • Seats for those with special needs are located in the easily accessible zone (marked with the wheelchair sign on the floor plan). For ticket reservations, please call:
      03-2718 1118.

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  • TICKET LAUNCH - 21 March 2017

    Normal Price
    VVIP RM 828
    PS1 RM 628
    PS2 RM 528
    PS3 RM 428
    PS4 RM 328
    PS5 RM 228 SOLD OUT
    PS6 RM 128 SOLD OUT
    Genting Rewards Members' Cash / Credit Card Rates
    VVIP RM 745.20
    PS1 RM 565.20
    PS2 RM 475.20
    PS3 RM 385.20
    PS4 RM 295.20
    PS5 RM 205.20 SOLD OUT
    PS6 RM 115.20 SOLD OUT
    Genting Rewards Members' GP
    VVIP 745.20GP
    PS1 565.20GP
    PS2 475.20GP
    PS3 385.20GP
    PS4 295.20GP
    PS5 205.20GP SOLD OUT
    PS6 115.20GP SOLD OUT

    *Individual tickets are required for admission for adults, children of all ages and infants.
    **Excluding RM4 processing fee.

    Genting Members Promotion

    GP = Genting Points
    • 10% standard discount for GRC members who purchase tickets via Genting Points, cash or credit card. Applicable to all price scales.
    • RM50 standard CHILD ticket (Children must be shorter than 95cm to be eligible for child ticket priced at RM50 without seat, while children taller than 95cm must purchase tickets according to the regular price scale.)

    • Each ticket is valid for one-time admission only.
    • Children must be shorter than 95cm to be eligible for child ticket priced at RM50 without seat, while children taller than 95cm must purchase tickets according to the regular price scale. Terms and conditions apply.
    • Strictly no video recording and photography during the show.
    • Video cameras, cameras and tablet computers, such as iPad, are not allowed inside the show venue.
    • Lost or damaged ticket(s) will not be entertained.

    For booking, enquiries or redemption via GP, kindly contact (603) 2718 1118
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