Wilber Pan (潘瑋柏), also known as Will Pan, will be “Coming Home” to Malaysia soon.

The 39-year-old singer have been touring across Asia – including China as well as Hong Kong – and local fans will finally get to see him live.


The Mandpop singer-songwriter, from West Virginia, United States, has dubbed as the hip-hop icon of the 1990s generation. Pan first released his first Mandarin solo album “Gecko Stroll” in 2002, featuring tracks like “By My Side,” composed by Chinese King of Pop Jay Chou, and “I’m Not Afraid”.

His star power started to rise between 2003 and 2004 when he debuted his 2nd and 3rd studio albums – “Pass Me the Mic” and “Wu Ha”. To date, the Chinese-American artist has worked with big names such as JJ Lin, Su Rui, F. I. R. and Shin.

No word yet on when or where Pan will be bringing his “Coming Home” (創使者). Stay tuned.

Update (25th October): 

We finally have the official details of Pan’s “Coming Home” concert details:

  • Date: 14th March 2020
  • Venue: Arena of Stars, Resorts World Genting
  • Time: 8:30pm
  • Ticketing: RM798 – VIP, RM658 – PS1, RM498 – PS2, RM358 – PS3, RM218 – PS4

Ticket sales will go live on 8th November 2019 (Friday) from 12pm onwards. The first 500 purchasers for PS4 will be entitled to a 10% discount.


For more info, go here.

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