Mandopop fans, rejoice! Taiwanese superstar cum dancing king Show Luo (罗志祥) will be performing in Malaysia this March as part of his “Crazy World” (疯狂世界) world tour.

This is not the first time that he has performed in the country. In March 2015, Luo held his “Dance Soul Returns” concert at the Arena of Stars, Genting Highlands.


For his upcoming concert, Show Luo, also known as “Little Pig” (小猪) by many fans, will be serving as the project’s assistant director, music producer, and choreography director. On top of that, he has recruited 6 top Japanese choreographers as his backup dancers and will be inviting one mystery female artiste as part of his performance line-up. The singer previously invited Dee Hsu (小S), S.H.E. member Selina (任家萱), and Vivian Hsu (徐若瑄).


The 37-year-old singer first rose to fame as a member of Four Heavenly Kings but in 1998, the group disbanded after 2 members enlisted into the military. In 2003, he launched his solo career with his first album, “Show Time”, which went on to sell over 80,000 copies.

He became notable for his amazing dance skills and witty hosting abilities in “100% Entertainment”. To date, he has released 12 studio albums including “Hypnosis Show” (2005), “Show Your Dance” (2007), “9ood Show” (2012), and “Reality Show?” (2015).

Presented by Galaxy Group, details for Show Luo “Crazy World” tour in Malaysia are as follows:

  • Date: 11th March 2017
  • Time: 8:30pm onwards
  • Venue: Arena of Stars, Genting Highlands
  • Ticketing: RM 164 (PS5), RM 264 (PS4), RM 334 (PS3), RM 434 (PS2), RM 534 (PS1), RM804 (VVIP)

For ticketing details, visit Buy Tickets’ website or call 03-2298 7363. To have an insight into Show Luo’s daily life, follow him on Facebook and Instagram.


Sources: The Hive, Buy Tickets / Featured image: Tumblr.

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