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Jacky Wu & Family Live Concert

20.04.2024 (Saturday) 
6pm
Arena of Stars

Jacky Wu is a Taiwanese television show host, singer, and actor. He rose to prominence after participating in the TV singing competition program "Five Lantern Awards". He then debuted as a singer in 1987 and was known as the "Prince of Stars and Horses" in his early years. In the 1990s, he began to enter variety shows and hosted numerous variety shows, such as the popular Taiwanese variety show “Guess”, which won him an honour in 2008’s Golden Bell Awards. He is known for his quick-witted humour and open-fire talks. In 1994, he also won the Best Male Singer Award for Dialect Song in the Golden Bell Awards with his song “Sincerity for Love”. In 2017, Jacky Wu and KID won the "Puzzle and Reality Program Host Award" at the 52nd TV Golden Bell Awards for "Variety Show", which won the Golden Bell Individual Award for two consecutive years.

LucyPIE, who is also known as Ricky Wu, is a Taiwanese pop song male singer-songwriter. In 2018, he released his first album “AMBULANCE”, in which he independently completed lyrics, composition, arrangement, and production, and the album style integrated Hip-hop, Trap, and RnB. He once created and released the single "Famous Not a Dream" for the artist Candy Chen, in which he was responsible for the composition, arrangement and part of the rapping. In 2023, he released a new album "Du", which includes a total of 5 songs including "Social Awesome Syndrome" and "Working at Sunrise". In addition to being very talented in music, LucyPIE has also recently started a business and became the third generation successor of "Lao Tang Beef Noodles".

Coke Lee, a Taiwanese pop song male singer, released his first album “Thirsty” in 2012. The two songs “You Don’t Know” and “Good Or Not” from the album have made a hit as the soundtrack of the drama “Leftover Woman Bodyguard”. In 2013, Coke Lee released his second album. Three songs from the album, "Reluctant", "Let Me Love You" and "That Girl at the Corner", were used as interludes in the Taiwanese Chinese idol drama "Happiness Multiple Choice". They received enthusiastic responses from fans before the official album was released. Other than that, he also became the emcee for several variety shows like “Entertainment 100%”.

Seafood (known as Liu Wei-ting) was ranked 32nd in the “Super Idol 7” in 2011. His stage name comes from the song he sang called “Seafood” on the show, which impressed the audience by combining a variety of seafood creatures in the song. In addition to his excellent musical talents, he later appeared on programs such as “Little Celebrity, Big Follower” and “Variety Show”.

Miusa, is a Taiwanese singer that participated in the talent show “Super Idol 8” and broke into the top 20. In 2022, she released her first album “MIUSA Album of the Same Name” three years after her debut. In 2023, she participated in the variety show "Youth π Project". One of her cover performances in the show, "Let the Heavy Rain Fall", received a whopping 1.29 million views on YouTube, and eventually ranked 4th at the end of the show.

Chris Chen, showed his skills through the program “I Want To Be A Singer” with Wang Feng's “Beijing Beijing” to challenge the Filipino champion Birdy. In 2019, his PK stage with Malaysia’s Lee Ivy in the “King of the Sound Forest” has brought his fame to the next level following the video on YouTube which has reached 2.1M views.

 


Ticket Pricing

 Ticket Type Normal Price
Genting Rewards Members' Rates
(via cash/credit card purchase)
VIPRM756
RM680.40
PS1RM556RM500.40
PS2RM386RM347.40
PS3RM226NIL
 
  • Ticket price is subject to a RM4 processing fee.
  • Every customer MUST enter the hall with a ticket, including children of all ages & infants.
  • The concert starts at 6pm sharp, so please be seated by or before then.
  • Late arrival may result in non-admittance until a suitable break in the performance.
  1. Genting Rewards members can enjoy a 10% discount for VIP – PS2 ticket type via payment by cash, credit card or Genting Points.
  2. A standard child ticket rate is RM50. Children must be shorter than 95cm to be eligible for a child ticket priced at RM50 without a seat, while children taller than 95cm must purchase tickets according to the published rates.
  3. Each ticket includes admission for one (01) person and is applicable across all ages, including children and infants.
  4. The discounted rates published above are only available to a stipulated number of tickets and are subject to change without prior notice.
  5. Tickets are on a first-come, first-served basis and are subject to availability.
  6. Tickets sold are NOT refundable or exchangeable.
  7. The organiser shall not be liable and responsible for any loss or damage to the tickets sold.
  8. No third-party ticket collection is allowed unless an Authorization Letter, photocopy of the credit card that made the payment and credit card holder's NRIC/passport is issued by the Purchaser and presented upon ticket collection on the event day. Failing to produce any of these documents, the organiser reserves the right to not release the ticket(s).
  9. The resale of tickets at the same or any price in excess of the initial purchase price is prohibited. Organiser reserves the right to cancel tickets that have not been purchased from rwgenting.com or other authorised points of sale listed on Resorts World Genting’s website only.
  10. The Organiser reserves the right to cancel any tickets that have been resold or used by third parties in connection with other promotions, without a refund and the bearer of the ticket may be refused admission.
  11. Strictly no video recording and photography allowed during the show.
  12. Video cameras, cameras and tablet computers such as iPad are not allowed in the venue.
  13. Lost or damaged ticket(s) will not be entertained.
  14. Other terms and conditions apply.