After confirming his return to Singapore and Bangkok, American rapper Pitbull has announced he’s bringing Climate Change Tour to Indonesia and Malaysia.
The Grammy-winning superstar is performing at Jakarta’s JIExpo Hall C3 on Sunday, May 14 and Selagor’s Sunway Lagoon Surf Beach on Tuesday, May 16. Presented by IME Asia, the concerts are in support of Pitbull’s tenth studio album Climate Change and mark the first time Mr Worldwide performs in both cities since his sold-out Global Warming concerts in 2013.
Jakarta tickets are IDR1,600,000 and 2,200,000, available through Tiket starting April 22. Selangor tickets, priced at RM288 and 498, are now up for grabs through TicketCharge. Fans can also get tickets at selected outlets: Speedy Video, Victoria Music, Rock Corner, Chambers Music, TicketCharge KL office, PJ Live Arts, information counter at the Mines shopping mall and 1 Shamelin, and Outstation outlets such as Eden Ultimate (Kuantan), Blonde Brunette (Penang) and TicketCharge office Penang.
Pitbull, or Armando Christian Perez, is a world-renown multi-hyphenate – a musician, performer, business entrepreneur, fashion icon and actor whose career sales have exceeded five million albums and over sixty million singles. He’s known for No. 1 bangers like “Rain Over Me”, “I Know You Want Me”, “On The Floor”, “Don’t Stop The Party” and “Timber”.
Pitbull’s latest album, Climate Change, was released last month. It features high-profile collaborations with artists including Flo Rida, Jennifer Lopez, Robin Thicke, Enrique Iglesias, Prince Royce, and Austin Mahone. Here’s “Messing Around” with Enrique Iglesias.