Sungei Wang Celebrates 40 Years

3 November 2017:  
Bukit Bintang shopping powerhouse marks four decades with lively festivities 

A retail trailblazer in the Bukit Bintang district, Sungei Wang was established in 1977 when malls were sparse on the landscape. Responsible for a spectrum of trends in the trade, it has remained a favourite among shoppers since, and will now celebrate its 40th Anniversary on 11 November 2017 with a grand outdoor concert after a series of anniversary campaigns and initiatives.

“It’s our birthday! The long-awaited Bukit Bintang outdoor concert is back by overwhelming demand from the public. To showcase the local music and dance scene, we have invited 40 local artistes and performers to grace our 40th Anniversary Live Concert. Hosted by MY FM DJ – Emely Phoon & Phei Yong, the performing artistes include FS (Fuying & Sam), Jeryl Lee Pei Ling, Nick Chung & Stella Chung, Erul Samah, Meer Nash, Muse Girls, Mad August, Kozyy Band, Red Lycans and Firex. Don’t miss this rare opportunity!” detailed Yuen May Chee, Complex Manager of Sungei Wang during the press conference for the event.

The conference also saw the appearance of several performers slated to entertain during the event:

From deejays to dancers, these performers will undoubtedly bring the crowd to their feet with a selection of musical renditions in various genres, including  pop, soul, rock and R’n B. Whether is a slow-moving ballad or a blistering dance number, there is something for everyone in the family to enjoy.

There will also be a special appearance by Korean male pop group AlphaBAT before the concert as they would be the celebrity judges on the Sungei Wang KPOP Dance Cover Competition at 2pm on 11 November. Fans can line up for the meet-and-greet session to be held subsequently at 4pm. That’s not all as Sungei Wang’s official Facebook page reveals details on an opportunity for fans and shoppers to tour KL city with this band!

The concert will be held at the main entrance of Sungei Wang from 8pm onwards on 11 November. Admission is free. 

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