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JJ Lin Announces JJ20 World Tour

JJ Lin Announces JJ20 World Tour Asia. Music Press Asia

When JJ Lin announced its 2022 world tour in May, it hadn’t specifically confirmed which country it will stop in. But last week, three Asian countries were announced — Kuala Lumpur, Taipei and Singapore.

Though dates and ticketing information have yet to be announced.

Singaporean Mandopop singer-songwriter JJ Lin has recently announced via Instagram that he will perform in his world tour, titled ‘JJ Lin JJ20 World Tour’.

The title of the new world tour is set to be a special one for Lin as it presumably marks his 20th anniversary as a singer. The concerts will see him perform his most recent album, ‘Drifter/Like You Do’, to the most prominent hits from his 2003 debut album, ‘Music Voyager’.

Lin’s record label, JFJ Productions, has been posting clips of music videos of the Mandopop star. And have been asking fans to suggest their “fondest memory” of Lin’s performances, specifically songs they’d want to see him perform on the World Tour.

JJ Lin’s last international tour saw him perform ‘Sanctuary World Tour’ in 2018. In November 2021, he performed for charity at Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands with ticketing proceeds donated to The Community Chest of Singapore.

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During the pandemic, he released the single ‘After The Rain’ and performed at another charity concert under the same title. In a press announcement, Lin said: “Covid-19 has had a significant impact on many people, both physically and mentally, and I hope that through my concert and music, I can provide a message of positivity, and that together we will be able to overcome these difficult times.”

In the same year, JJ Lin partnered with Gentle Bones to produce a single ‘At Least I Had You’. Both artists were top-streamed local artists of 2021 in Southeast Asia on Spotify.

Other stops included in the tour will be regions of North America, Europe and Australia, although no specific city and dates have been announced.

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