Jay Chou To Return To Singapore In 2018 For Part 2 Of “The Invincible” Tour!

Fans of Jay Chou, the wait is almost over!

The king of Mandopop will be gracing us with his presence (and smooth pipes!) once again on Jan 6, 2018 for “The Invincible” Part 2 concert. Mark the date in your calendars. This is a show you don’t want to miss, especially if you missed out on his sold-out concert last year!

The concert will be happening at Singapore National Stadium, the same place “The Invincible” Jay Chou Concert Tour 2016 was held last year. Ticketing details have not yet been released, so stay tuned for updates!

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