See the man himself at KL Live, 8 December!

Dutch DJ legend, no other than the man himself, Tiësto, is coming to KL on the 8th of December at KL Live. Thank Future Sound Asia for that. Tickets for the show go on sale from 10 October at http://boxtix.asia/.

A household name to many, Tiësto is a superstar Dutch DJ and producer who is one of the most exciting and sought after performers on the live circuit. As one of dance music’s highest grossing stars, Tiësto has earned a well-deserved reputation for his ground-breaking and genre-defying live DJ sets. His outdoor and festival shows play to audiences numbered in the hundreds of thousands, yet the star still makes time for relaxed club appearances, like his exclusive residencies in Las Vegas.

It’s this kind of personality that makes Tiesto all the more accessible to the masses. An experience usually reserved for the high rollers of the world’s most exclusive clubs, the event will see KL Live being transformed into a for-one-night-only superclub that takes its design and production inspiration from some of the world’s top venues.

Supporting acts performing with him on stage are local heavyweights Goldfish and Blink, BATE, Jhin, Hypembeats and Hulkas.

“To see a star like Tiësto in a venue the size of KL Live is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for many of the fans who support our shows. It’s the kind of experience you could normally only have in the world’s superclubs. For one night, we’re inviting our fans to live their music with an incredible high-roller superclub experience where they can enjoy this amazing DJ and performer in an entirely new way,” comments Ben Law, Managing Director of Future Sound Asia.

Tickets for the 08 December event will be on sale from 10 October at http://boxtix.asia/. In the first phase a limited number of tickets will be priced at RM168. Phase 2 tickets will be priced at RM188 and Phase 3 tickets will be priced at RM218. VIP tickets are priced at RM258 through all phases.

When it comes to music, you don’t just listen, you live it. #LiveYourMusic

TICKETING DETAILS:

GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS

Phase 1: RM168

Phase 2: RM188

Phase 3: RM218

VIP PASSES

All Phases: RM258

Tickets available from http://boxtix.asia/

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