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[Photo] Sparkling Night at Yuna Live In Malaysia 2015 | KLCC Plenary Hall #yunaliveinmy

YUNA MESMERIZES MALAYSIA @ YUNA LIVE IN MALAYSIA 2015 Close to 3,000 fans gathered at Plenary Hall, KL Convention Centre on 16 October to see Malaysia’s very own contemporary pop songbird, Yuna, perform live in an intimate homecoming show. For one night only, internationally renowned singer and SK-II Malaysia’s ambassador, Yuna , enchanted Malaysia she returned home to perform her catchy music live at Plenary Hall KL, Convention Centre on October 16. Organized by The Livescape Group and presented by SK-II, the concert saw close to 3,000 fans of all ages coming together for a night of shared interest to watch the amazing soloist perform in homeground. Yuna alongside her band performed to an enthusiastic crowd who were elated to see the talented vocalist as she returned home to perform in an hour and a half show. She performed her unforgettable international hits which had fans of all ages singing and humming along to every song on her set.  Above photo is provided by

PLANET EUPE MUSIC FESTIVAL 2014 ft LEE HOM, U-KISS, Yuna, Jeannie, Najwa Latif @ The Carnivall, Sungai Petani [Kedah]

PLANET EUPE MUSIC FESTIVAL 2014 ft LeeHom, U-KISS, Yuna, Jeannie Najwa Latif @ The Carnivall, Sungai Petani [Kedah] [UPDATE: If you are worry that this concert will be cancelled last minute. Worries no more as Michelle Gan from EUPE Corporation Berhad leave a comment about our worries as stated below:] "Thank you for bringing this up, but I would like to just add that our payment to the artists have been made , so as far as we are concerned, the show will go on. And this is regardless of whether or not the event will profit. Even if it does (no one can tell as this is a first) - the profits will be donated. Yes this is a huge unprecedented challenge - to hold something of this scale OUT of the city. But this is exactly the point. This will hopefully put the northern towns on the map, and make concerts affordable to all (note the prices for such a lineup; a festival, not a single-artist concert). Music should be accessible - and the smaller towns have much to offer. We