Our homegrown darling, Yuna, is coming home!

Malaysia’s very own contemporary pop singer is set to perform live in Malaysia for an exclusive show on 16th October at Plenary Hall, KL Convention Centre. Organised by The Livescape Group, the one-night-only show is expected to attract over 3,000 fans.

Yuna at MTV World Stage Malaysia 2014 Pic 7 (Credit - MTV Asia & Kristian Dowling)
Yuna at MTV World Stage Malaysia 2014 Pic 7 (Credit – MTV Asia & Kristian Dowling)

Yuna, the sensational Malaysian singer songwriter is known for her unique organic blend of contemporary pop, acoustic folk and soulful R&B sound. She began writing her own songs at the age of 14 and started performing solo on her MySpace page in 2006 before she formed a band. In 2008, she released her self-titled EP in Malaysia producing the hit single, “Deeper Conversation”.


The following year, Yuna won her first of several Anugerah Industri Muzik award which is Malaysia’s equivalent of the Grammy.

The talented vocalist is fresh off the 2015 AFC Asian Cup closing ceremony, coming together with “The Art Of Saving A Life” campaign premiering “New Day” and releasing “Material”; a compilation of previously released Malay singles now re-arranged with added freshness.

Yuna Malaysia Poster-01

The “Yuna Live in Malaysia” show will take place at Plenary Hall, KL Convention Centre on 16th October 2015. Doors to the show opens at 7.00PM. Tickets to the show are priced at:

  • RM88 for Cat 2
  • RM118 for Cat 1
  • RM158 for Gold
  • RM228 for Platinum
  • RM338 for VVIP

Students are eligible for a special student priced discount of RM68 to the show. Tickets to the show will go on sale on 13th August (Thursday) via Ticket Pro.

For more information or to obtain updates on the “Yuna Live in Malaysia” show, hit up Livescape’s website or Facebook page.

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