Fans Express Dissatisfaction With HK Singer Jacky Cheung's KL Concert Seating Arrangement

The concert will be held over two weekends, 11 to 13 August and 18 to 20 August.

Cover image via Unusual Entertainment (Facebook)

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In case you didn't know, Cantopop singer Jacky Cheung is treating his Malaysian fans to six nights of performances in Kuala Lumpur this August

According to The Star, the 'Jacky Cheung 60+ Concert Tour' will be held over two weekends, 11 to 13 August and 18 to 20 August.

The 61-year-old's shows, organised by Unusual Entertainment, will be held in Axiata Arena, Bukit Jalil.

The organisers revealed the seating arrangements and ticket prices for the concert yesterday, 24 May

According to their Facebook post, the prices for the different categories are as follows:
- VIP: RM1,188
- CAT1: RM988
- CAT2: RM688
- CAT3: RM388

Keep in mind that the prices are the same for all six of his shows.

Unfortunately, die-hard fans of the Hong Kong singer were not happy with these arrangements

In the comments section of the organiser's post, many lamented that there were too many VIP seats being offered and claimed that the organisers are only targeting wealthy people to go to the concert.

A handful of netizens said the organisers are also only aiming to get a profit because the cheapest tickets are priced at RM388.

Besides that, some were unhappy with the ticket prices as they did not match the distance of the seats to the stage.

Many fans called the VIP seats in sections 301, 302, and 303 overpriced.

SAYS has reached out to Unusual Entertainment for a comment on the issue.

Meanwhile, tickets to Cheung's concert will go on sale at 10am tomorrow, 26 May.

You can get your tickets here.

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