Alan Walker Is Coming To Malaysia In September For His World Tour's Final Show

The grand finale.

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Get ready to party 'cause Norwegian EDM artiste Alan Walker is heading to Kuala Lumpur this September!

The concert, organised by Star Planet, will take place on 17 September at Axiata Arena Bukit Jalil.

Kuala Lumpur will be Walker's final concert to conclude his Walkerverse World Tour that first began in Manchester, UK, last September, and later continued in North America and several major cities in Asia.

The 2018 Norwegian Grammy Award winner has over 31 million monthly listeners on Spotify, and is known for hit songs, one of them Faded, which has over 1.7 billion streams on the platform

The DJ and music producer also boasts 115 million followers across his social media accounts and a whopping 50 billion audio and video streams, after he first debuted in 2015 with his single, Faded.

The single also garnered him a BRIT Awards nomination for Song of the Year. To date, Walker has played over 650 headlining shows and festivals.

His other popular numbers include Alone, Pt II, On My Way, and Not You.

Tickets will go on sale at 2pm on 9 August. Prices are between RM258 and RM788.

According to Star Planet, here's the current seating plan (though it is subject to change based on the company's discretion):

Image via Star Planet

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