Justin Bieber, Russ, Boys Like Girls and more


Fancy live concerts in KL throughout 2022?

The concerts are back and with them Justin Bieber. Although the superstar may have broken the internet when his ‘Justice World Tour’ was resurrected for October 2022, he wouldn’t be the only artist performing in front of a live audience in KL this year. Many more will gradually arrive to entertain Malays who have been deprived of music.

A list of concerts, comedy and other events in KL confirmed for 2022:

“Fresh Start” by Justin Lo on April 30, 2022

Taking place at Arena of Stars, Resorts World Genting, Hong Kong American idol Justin Lo will be among the first international artists to perform in person since Malaysia reopened on April 1.

He is known for his series of canto-pop hits “第一秒 or First Second”, “命硬 or Die Hard” and “好人 or Good Guy”.

Democratic tickets range from RM188 to RM788 for a VIP seat. Resorts World Genting members are entitled to a small discount. The concert starts at 8:30 p.m.

Get your tickets here.

‘Lost in Karak’ May 26-30, 2022

The myths of lost souls patrolling the Kuala Lumpur-Karak highway in the depths of night, as well as that of a yellow vehicle driven by a ghost driver, are allegedly among the country’s most infamous paranormal activities. This month of May, a An immersive pop-up horror experience presented jointly by Pepsi, Hauntu and The Livescape Group will bring the breathtaking tales of the highway through the Titiwangsa Mountains to life, through a series of captivating narratives, realistic characters and terrifying effects.

Taking place at the Linc from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., “Lost in Karak” is not for the faint-hearted. But that’s what you’ll be here for – you’re not terrified, are you? Tickets are priced at RM29 per person before May 1 or RM39 per person after the promotion ends.

Get yours here.

The French Film Festival in KL from June 9 to 26, 2022

After a two-year break, the Alliances Françaises are relaunching Le French Film Festival in the major cities of Malaysia. The 20th edition will take place in KL (June 9-26), Penang (June 30-July 10), Johor Bahru (July 7-10) and Kota Kinabalu (July 14-17) at participating Golden Screen Cinemas, showcasing the best French cinema this year. During the festival, 21 films will be screened, from heartbreaking drama to laugh-out-loud comedies and winners. Along with movies like “Aline,” a hilarious and touching quasi-biopic about legendary crooner Celine Dion, other activities include food workshops, exclusive exhibits, and eclectic concerts.

Click here for the schedule. Get your movie tickets starting June 2 through the GSC app, website, and electronic kiosks at select GSC theaters.

Nigel Ng’s ‘Haiyaa World Tour’ on June 17, 2022

Thanks to a hilarious yet brutally scathing take on a fried rice recipe originally aired on the BBC, the YouTube comedian-turned-internet sensation has been sought out by Michelin-starred chefs for the endorsement of his peers. The August Man Malaysia cover star will return to his homeland to bring even more laughs – this time in front of a live audience at the KL Convention Centre.

Adopting the persona of Uncle Roger, Nigel has racked up hundreds of millions of views on YouTube. But why watch YouTube when you can have fun in person?

Tickets range from RM128 to RM228. The show starts at 8 p.m.

Get your tickets here.

Boys Like Girls live in Malaysia on October 15, 2022

American rock band Boys Like Girls lends its edge to KL. Originally scheduled for July 2021, the Asia-Pacific leg of their world tour has been pushed back to October 2022. They are expected to appear in KL a week before Justin Bieber’s tropes. Although details including venue, tickets etc are scarce at the time of writing, they are expected to perform their 2006 self-titled album in full.

Justin Bieber’s ‘Justice World Tour’ on October 22, 2022

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA – FEBRUARY 18: Justin Bieber performs onstage during the ‘Justice World Tour’ at Pechanga Arena on February 18, 2022 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Justin Bieber)

Infinitely postponed due to the global Covid outbreak and resulting complications on tour, “Justice World Tour” is finally back on the Beliebers map in Malaysia. Justin Bieber has been known for his successive chart-topping numbers since bursting onto the scene as a teenager with the infectious “Baby.”

His versatile talent has taken him from dance pop to ballads and even Christmas specials. The set list will include “Where Are U Now”, “What Do You Mean?”, among others.

If you claim a ticket, we wish you good luck. They are long since sold out. The concert takes place at the National Stadium.

“The Journey Is Everything” by Russ on November 3, 2022

Live concerts in KL continue through 2022 as American rapper Russ is sure to wow fans in Malaysia with his groovy beats and fast delivery. Supported by fellow rapper Bugus, Russ will take to the stage at Surf Beach, Sunway Lagoon. Her previous appearance in Malaysia was at the Good Vibes Festival 2019 held in Genting Highlands.

The rapper’s hit singles include “What They Want”, “Losin’ Control” and “Best on Earth”. Tickets will go on sale on April 15, 2022, starting at RM155.

Get your tickets here.


Hero & Feature Images: Justin Bieber/ @justinbieber/ Instagram


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