There’s no denying the popularity of JJ Lin (林俊傑). Music fans are willing to splurge to see him live.
General ticket sales went live earlier this morning (Friday, 30th August). Reports claim that all 30,000 tickets to the 38-year-old’s Singapore concert on 21st December 2019 (Saturday) were sold out within 1.5 hours!
This comes after those with Mastercard were given priority to purchase concert tickets the day before on 29th August. Hope is not lost yet. Just hours ago, concert organiser Unusual Entertainment announced that a second show for JJ Lin’s “Sanctuary 2.0” World Tour in Singapore will be added.
The additional show for “Sanctuary 2.0” will take place the following day on 22nd December 2019 (Sunday) at National Stadium. However, no word yet on when the tickets will go on sale. As of time of writing, Unusual Entertainment has only stated that tickets “will be made available soon”.
Already, there have been complaints that scalpers are already re-selling tickets – some even at double the original price. The organiser has warned concert-goers from “buying from resellers or through any third party platform” as “all tickets sold are personalised” and the buyer’s name will be printed on the tickets.
Details for his Malaysian concert have yet to be released.