Hong Kong Concerts March 4-6!

Faye Wong (王菲), Katie Chen (陈家瑛), and the concert director, Ida (far right), at a meeting on Dec 13 to discuss the 2011 Hong Kong concerts, which will be held on March 4, 5, and 6. Two hours after the tickets went on sale, the highest and lowest priority booking tickets were sold out. (Source ent.sina 14 Dec 2010) Click here for a related article.

Update 12.15.10: For the HK concert, which will be held at the AsiaWorld-Expo, more than half the songs may be sung in Cantonese. (People’s Daily, 12.14.10)

Update 12.16.10: yona, on December 16, 2010 said:
Katie confirmed at her mircoblog on Dec 14th that Faye agreed to add 2 more concerts on March 10 and 11, at HK. Also, I heard that Faye will have 2 concerts at Nan Jing on May 26 and 27. Katie will announce more detail Dec 30 at Nan Jing.

(Click to enlarge. Screen shot of photo on Katie’s blog, 12.14.10)

Update 12.17.10: The concert will run from 8:00pm-10:30pm. The AsiaWorld-Expo in Hong Kong is close to HK International Airport.


8 Responses

  1. Hi feifan, any news where to get the HK concert tickets online?

  2. Hi, is there any website to get HK tickets online???!! :)

  3. Katie confirmed at her mircoblog on Dec 14th that Faye agreed to add 2 more concerts on March 10 and 11, at HK.. Also, I heard that Faye will have 2 concerts at Nan Jing on May 26 and 27. Katie will announce more detail Dec 30 at Nan Jing..

  4. Len, see the photo in the article for info from Katie’s blog. For additional info, click on the photo below.

  5. Hi, anyone know if the HK tickets are opened to the public already? or only those with manhattan credit card can book?

  6. The HK ticket is not open to public yet!

    I am glad that i will be watching her taipei’s concert..

  7. Thanks Chris! When the HK tickets are opened to public, I hope everyone here can blast the news out loud in this website!! So afraid that I might not be able to get them!

  8. all these concert announcements… makes me wish i was in asia. i wish she could do a US concert, it is unfortunate that putting together concerts in the US costs so much money compared to China.

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