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Jacky Cheung and A-Mei to Perform Live at F1 Rocks Singapore with LG

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Chinese Pop Diva, A-Mei, also known as the Pride of Taiwan will be joining Chinese Pop Legend Jacky Cheung for an exclusive performance at F1 ROCKS on September 24th, live at Fort Canning Park in Singapore. This is the very first time that Jacky Cheung and A-Mei are to share a stage on the same night, both performing a full set.

Honored with the MTV Legendary Diva Award at the MTV Mandarin Awards in 2006, A-Mei has earned her title as the Diva of the Mandarin Pop music scene. She has received over 300 music awards across Asia, released over 17 albums and has sold over a staggering 8 million albums worldwide. A-Meis top selling album Sisters sold over 1.3 million in Taiwan alone, the second biggest selling Asian artist after Chinese Pop Legend Jacky Cheung.

Max Hole, President, Asia Pacific, Universal Music Group International said, This is musical history the first time Jacky Cheung and A-Mei are to perform at the same concert and another first for Singapore. I am delighted that A-Mei will join Jacky to celebrate F1 ROCKS Singapore with LG.

Paul Morrison, CEO & CCO, All The Worlds, added, We are thrilled to add yet another prestigious artist to our F1 ROCKS Singapore with LG Thursday line-up. Our three-day event is all about East Meets West, when Asian superstars will for the first time, share the same stage as their Western counter-parts and provide excitement for our TV production, which will be seen around the world. It was always our goal to make F1 ROCKS Singapore with LG a wonderful combination of East Meets West I think we have really achieved that with our world class line-up.

F1 ROCKS Singapore with LG will see East Meet West in its three-day line-up, with A-Mei joining a whole host of exciting Asian artists for the first show, including Sodagreen and Da Mouth, followed by two days of performances by some of the biggest global superstars, including multi-award winning artists; Beyonc, Black Eyed Peas, ZZ Top, Simple Minds and N*E*R*D.

Between them they have sold over 245 million records worldwide, making this a truly mega-star line up. The show will also feature guest appearances from top Formula One drivers and celebrities.

F1 ROCKS Singapore with LG Line-Up

Thursday 24th September Jacky Cheung, A-Mei, Sodagreen and Da Mouth

Friday 25th September ZZ Top, Simple Minds and N*E*R*D

Saturday 26th September Beyonc and Black Eyed Peas

Singapore hosted the worlds first Formula One night race last year and is still the host city of the only Formula One night race, making it one of the most exciting races in the season. The race is complemented by the 10-day Singapore GP Season, offering lifestyle and entertainment experiences including all-night parties, art exhibitions, great Asian cuisine and retail promotions.

Tickets for F1 ROCKS Singapore with LG are on sale now with early bird prices available until 24 September 2009.

Standard advanced ticket prices:
Sin $175 + booking fee - Thursday
Sin $185 + booking fee - Friday
Sin $200 + booking fee - Saturday

Dependent on availability, tickets will also be able to be purchased on the door:

Sin $185 + booking fee - Thursday
Sin $195 + booking fee - Friday
Sin $210 + booking fee - Saturday

Doors open at 17:00 on all 3 days.

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