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JJ Lin set to perform in Singapore coming December

JJ Lin would be performing in Kuala Lumpur on December 7 and then in Singapore on December 21.

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Singapore – It has been confirmed that Singapore Mandopop star JJ Lin will be including Singapore in his world tour, Sanctuary 2.0.

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A teaser video was posted on May 24 (Friday) by local concert promoter Unusual Entertainment.

The last portion of the video announced that on December 7, JJ Lin would be performing in Kuala Lumpur and then in Singapore on December 21.

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Details of the venue and tickets have yet to be announced.

JJ Lin is currently in China for his tour where he performed in Foshan, Qingdao and Shenyang.

He has been updating fans via his Instagram account @jjlin.

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His last performance was in Shenyang, which marked the 43rd show of his world tour.

The Singaporean, 37, held his last concert in the island-nation last August 2018 where he had four sold-out shows at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.

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