Name Wee will still hold his last Kuala Lumpur concert after hiccups

After some hiccups with a concert management company, Name Wee will buy the rights of his own concert and proceed with the show.

On 14 December 2019 (earlier today), Malaysian celebrity singer/youtuber Name Wee released a facebook video clarifying his current situation with some ongoing hiccups with his final world tour concert to be held on 31 December 2019.

It's a long video, but to summarise it, the concert venue was originally booked on 14 December 2019, but later on Malaysia's largest concert event management company bought over the rights, but swapped Name Wee's concert date to 31 December 2019, to be in favour of using the venue for South Korean K-pop artistes EXO's concert instead. Name Wee alleged that no promotion was then done by this very same management company, and hence decided to do the marketing and promotion himself, via YouTube videos, including his Tokok show etc. (One video which states all the rules and regulations for holding concert in Malaysia)

For some reasons, the concert management company abruptly terminated their collaboration with Name Wee, and at the same time asking Name Wee for compensation etc if they were to cancel the concert, or an alternative would be for Name Wee to buy back his own concert rights for a cost of over a million ringgit etc, which he did, after taking loans from bank.

Name Wee's concert will still continue to be held on 31 December 2019 in Kuala Lumpur.

Tickets can be bought at this address: https://sa2.seatadvisor.com/sabo/servlets/EventSearch?presenter=MYTICKET&event=NAMEWEE&fbclid=IwAR2vjyeRwepcPNEL4MI_zQWnaxgQ5LJHZcjZx5UCnOs-fBksnh7IouvoY3c&tck=true

 

Full video of Name Wee's explanation about the concert situation below: (In Mandarin)

 

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Chen Chun-You Felix Tan, based in Singapore
Chen Chun-You is the founder and creator of Altairo.com. Being a technopreneur himself, he writes some articles for fun during his free time.
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