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Malaysian fans, your prayers have been answered!

In addition to his Singapore pitstop, Pitbull (real name Armando Christian Pérez) will also be in town to perform at Sunway Lagoon Surf Beach on 16th May 2017.

Pitbull
Source: IME

Pitbull aka Mr. 305 (area code for Miami) has propelled himself to global superstar status as a musician, performer, business entrepreneur, fashion icon, and actor. The 36-year-old rapper started off his music career with his debut album, “M.I.A.M.I.”, under TVT Records in 2004. But it wasn’t until his 2009 album, “Rebelution”, that he gained international success.

Since then, the artist who best known for fusing hip hop with Cuban swing, has sold over 5 million albums and over 60 million singles. He was recently featured on “The Fate of the Furious” soundtrack with J Balvin and Camila Cabello on “Hey Ma”.

Pitbull
Source: IME

Pitbull was previously in Malaysia 4 years ago where he performed at the same venue an ecstatic sold out crowd. In conjunction with the released of his 10th studio album, “Climate Change”, fans can expect another high-speed dance party for the Malaysian “Climate Change Tour”.

Details are follows:

  • Date: 16th May 2017 (Tuesday)
  • Time: 8pm (Doors open at 6:30pm)
  • Venue: Sunway Lagoon Surf Beach
  • Ticketing: RM498 (VIP), RM288 (CAT1)

Tickets can be purchased via Ticket Charge. For more information, hit up IME Malaysia’s Facebook page.

UPDATE (Friday, 12th May):

Pitbull Malaysia
Source: Breathe Heavy

Oh bummer! Shortly after announcing that his Singapore tour has cancelled. It has also been confirmed that his concert – scheduled next Tuesday (16th May) – in Malaysia has also been axed.

It is with regret that Pitbull will not be able to perform the ‘Climate Change Tour’ in Asia due to scheduling conflicts. The artist apologises to his supportive fans and hopes to come to Asia in the future,” reads the statement from organiser IME Malaysia.

Fans who have purchase the tickets can get the full refunds from 15th May onwards. For further enquiries, feel free to contact the TicketCharge hotline at 03-9222 8811 (KL office) or 04-645 9811 (Penang office).