Home 120,000 hectares of Kerinci Seblat National Park destroyed Rod Stewart set to stage Jakarta Exclusive Show in January 2012
While 2011 was highlighted with
considerable number of international concerts in Indonesia, next year
2012 will commence with even a bigger “bang”. Starting in January, Jakarta will witness the performance of yet another legend of music: Rod Stewart.
Scheduled to take place at the Jakarta Convention Center on 31 January 2012, the concert is part of The Greatest Hits Tour and will feature all time classic hits of the great singer Rod Stewart.
Organized by Big Daddy Live Concert
collaborating with MP Enter, the concert will be the first opportunity
ever for thousands of fans in Indonesia to finally come face to face and
enjoy the show of this charismatic singer. “Rod Stewart has never been
to Indonesia, and he rarely comes to Asia due to his very tight
schedule, but he knows that he has a lot of fans in Indonesia and he
sees this as an opportunity to meet fans in Asia, and he therefore chose
Indonesia” stated Michael Rusli, President Director of Big Daddy Live
is the only city in Asia that Rod Stewart visits during this tour, and
the city will have the honor to witness his captivating performance
first before he continues his journey to Australia.
The concert itself is set to be an
exclusive and intimate show intended to quench the years of longing of
Rod Stewart’s fans, without featuring any opening act or collaboration
with other artists.”It will be about 2 hours of nothing but Rod Stewart”
said Dani Soegiarso, co-founder of MP Enter. The intimacy and grandeur
of the show will also be enhanced by the latest sound system equipment,
artistic lighting and decoration, Giant screen features, and an
attractive stage setting. Adding to the exclusivity is the ambience of
the Jakarta Convention Center, which is known to have the best sound
acoustic in Indonesia, and 3000 seats prepared for the convenience of
the audience as requested by Rod Stewart’s management.
The grand scale of the show is confirmed
by its total cost which is reported at a staggering IDR 20 billion.
“This is, by far, the most expensive show that we ever staged” stated
Rusli. He further added that the cost in bringing Rod Stewart and
preparing all the necessary requirements are all worth it, considering
the artist’s levels of stardom.
Tickets are already available for purchase from December 7th at www.myticket.co.id
or MyTicket outlets spread all across Indonesia. Ticket prices are sold
in six categories, ranging from IDR 1.5 million to IDR 15 million,
making it also one of the most expensive shows in terms of ticket
Rod Stewart has sold over 100 million
records worldwide, making him one of the best selling artists of all
time. In the UK, he has garnered six consecutive number one albums, and
his tally of 62 hit singles include 31 that reached the top 10, six of
which gained the number one position. He has had 16 top ten singles in
the U.S, with four of these reaching to number one on the Billboard Hot
100. In 2008, Billboard magazine ranked him the 17th most successful
artist on the “The Billboard Hot 100 Top All-Time Artists”. He was voted
at #33 in Q Magazine’s list of the top 100 Greatest Singers of all
time, and #59 on Rolling Stone 100 Greatest Singers of all time. In
1994, Stewart was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame,
confirming his legendary status.
With everlasting hits such as “I don’t
Want to talk about it”, “Have I told you lately”,”Sailing”, or “All for
Love”, the distinctive raspy voice of Rod Stewart has captivated
audiences for decades. On January 2012, the historical performance of
Rod Stewart in Jakarta will surely be something that no one can afford
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