Not skipping Malaysia, Dua Lipa concert in November

Dua Lipa unveils asian tour dates, including Kuala Lumpur stop.

WALA ABDUL MUIZ
WALA ABDUL MUIZ
29 May 2024 04:58pm
Dua Lipa. (Photo by Michael TRAN / AFP)
Dua Lipa. (Photo by Michael TRAN / AFP)
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SHAH ALAM - British pop star Dua Lipa recently unveiled the itinerary for her upcoming tour promoting her latest album, "Radical Optimism," featuring hit songs like "Training Season" and "Houdini." Surprising many, her tour includes not only commonly visited destinations like Singapore and Indonesia but also Malaysia.

Lipa, under the username @dualipa on X, shared a poster of her world tour, detailing the countries where she will perform tracks from her album.

The Asian leg of the tour will commence in Singapore on Nov 6, followed by Jakarta, Indonesia; Manila, Philippines; Tokyo, Japan; Taipei, Taiwan; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Bangkok, Thailand; and Seoul, South Korea.

In Malaysia, fans will be dancing their night away at the Axiata Arena in Bukit Jalil on Nov 23.

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Dua Lipa's "Radical Optimism" World Tour poster on her X account lists the countries she will be visiting, including Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The concert is set to commence on November 23 at Axiata Arena Bukit Jalil, with presale tickets available starting June 10.

Tickets will be available for presale in each market at specific times and dates.

Presale tickets are expected to be released on June 10 by Live Nation.

Malaysian Lipa fans, affectionately known as "Malaysian loves," are eagerly anticipating the chance to physically fangirl and fanboy during the concert on Nov 23.

Lipa herself expressed her excitement on X, stating she cannot wait to return.

However, new fans are advised to catch her before she disappears like "Houdini," as some pop artists, like Miley Cyrus, have hinted at taking breaks from touring.

In addition to her music, Lupa is recognised for her advocacy for Palestine.

She recently used her platform to address the bombing of Rafah, stating, "Burning children alive can never be justified. The whole world is mobilising to stop the Israeli genocide."

Her stance garnered positive feedback from fans, applauding her for speaking out.

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