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Andy Lau Is Bringing His ‘Today… is the Day’ Concert Tour to Hong Kong This December

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After the cancellation of his shows in 2018, Andy Lau will finally hold his concert at the Hong Kong Coliseum this December. It will be the Hong Kong icon’s tenth concert at the venue.

The series of concerts is part of Andy Lau’s ‘Today… is the Day’ tour across the region. Previously, the singer-actor was scheduled to hold his ‘My Love Andy Lau’ world tour in 2018. However, he had to cancel seven of his shows due to Health issues. To “make up” for it, he planned to hold a concert in 2020 but was again cancelled due to the pandemic.

Andy Lau concert in Hong Kong: All the details to know

The concert tour will kick off in Shanghai in July followed by eight other cities in the mainland. These include Guangzhou, Nanjing, Hangzhou, Shenzhen, Chengdu, and Chongqing. After that, he will visit Macau, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and Taipei before wrapping it up in Hong Kong.

The Hong Kong show will take place at the Hong Kong Coliseum. As of now, the dates and ticketing details have not yet been announced. So, make sure to keep your eyes peeled for the latest updates in the coming weeks.

 

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More about the Hong Kong actor-singer

Andy Lau is one of the Four Heavenly Kings of Cantopop music in Hong Kong. The actor boasts a stellar four-decade-long career. He has won the Best Actor award at the Hong Kong Film Awards three times and the Best Leading Actor twice at the Golden Horse Awards. 

He even entered the Guinness World Records in 2000 for having won the most awards by a Cantopop male artist with over 400 music awards. Some of his popular acting projects include Boat People, As Tears Go By, Full Throttle, Running Out of Time, Love on a Diet, Infernal Affairs, The Warlords, A Simple Life, Lost and Love, and Shock Wave. He earned an acting nomination for all these movies.

Most recently, Lau was given a Special Award at the Toronto International Film Festival for his contribution to the industry.

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This story first appeared on Lifestyle Asia Hong Kong

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