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“Leaving Home with Youthful Dream. No Regret Version” 2019 Lo Ta-You World Tour In Macao

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 “Leaving Home with Youthful Dream. No Regret Version” 2019 Lo Ta-You World Tour In Macao

“Leaving Home with Youthful Dream. No Regret Version” 2019 Lo Ta-You World Tour In Macao

  • 2019/07/20
  • 20:00
  • Venetian Macao - CotaiArena
  • $1680,$1280,$980,$680
  • The Venetian Macao
  • available

Booking Area

NameDateTimePriceVenue 
“Leaving Home with Youthful Dream. No Regret Version” 2019 Lo Ta-You World Tour In Macao - $16802019-07-2020:00$1680Venetian Macao - CotaiArena Book
“Leaving Home with Youthful Dream. No Regret Version” 2019 Lo Ta-You World Tour In Macao - $12802019-07-2020:00$1280Venetian Macao - CotaiArena Book
“Leaving Home with Youthful Dream. No Regret Version” 2019 Lo Ta-You World Tour In Macao - $9802019-07-2020:00$980Venetian Macao - CotaiArena Book
“Leaving Home with Youthful Dream. No Regret Version” 2019 Lo Ta-You World Tour In Macao - $6802019-07-2020:00$680Venetian Macao - CotaiArena Book

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There is a strict limit of 8 tickets per customer

 

 

“Leaving Home with Youthful Dream. No Regret Version” 2019 Lo Ta-You World Tour In Macao

 

“Leaving Home with Youthful Dream. No Regret Version” 2019 Lo Ta-You World Tour In Macao is the latest version of Lo Ta You’s earlier concert performed in Taipei in 2017. Lo will perform alongside his new band, with his classic hits from the past 40 years rearranged and injected with fresh elements, verve and energy. This autobiographically themed concert sends a message encouraging listeners to remain true to their aspirations.

 

Dubbed the “Godfather of Chinese pop music”, Lo is renowned for his outstanding songwriting ability. He released his first album “Zhi hu zhe ye” in 1982, a groundbreaking debut lauded across the Mandopop industry. Lo’s songs often include messages about social issues, such as famous hits “Lukang, the Little Town”, “Orphan of Asia”, "Tomorrow Will Be Better", and Hong Kong related songs like “Pearl of the Orient” and “Queen’s Road East”.