Want to catch JJ Lin live at Sands Theatre? It’s not as simple as buying a ticket.

A promotional image for singer JJ Lin’s charity concert ‘After The Rain.’ Photo: JFJ Productions
A promotional image for singer JJ Lin’s charity concert ‘After The Rain.’ Photo: JFJ Productions

To see Singaporean mandopop superstar JJ Lin’s return to the stage this month, fans won’t just be able to pay S$288 for a pair of tickets – they’ll have to enter for a chance to buy them.

The 40-year-old, award-winning singer-songwriter, whose real name is Wayne Lim Junjie, will perform Nov. 27 and 28 at two shows being billed as After The Rain. It was not clear how many seats would be available for the audience, who will have to be seated two-meters apart from each other as per health measures. 

Proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to a government social services agency, according to Marina Bay Sands. This will be the If Only singer’s first concert since the pandemic struck the world early last year. Those unable to catch the singer in person will be able to catch a live stream of the concert via JJ Lin’s online channels, including YouTube. 

“COVID-19 has had a significant impact on many people, both physically and mentally, and I hope that through my concert and music, I can provide a message of positivity, and that together we will be able to overcome these difficult times,” the singer said in a news release. 

Fans will be able to apply 10am to midnight on Tuesday for a chance to win one pair of tickets, with the drawing to be held Wednesday, “under the supervision of auditors,” organizers said. More details will be out Monday.

Winners will be notified via email on Nov. 19, with information on how to purchase their tickets. 

Tickets are S$288 for two or S$688 for four. 

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