Aaron Kwok’s Virtual Concert Will Be Under Strict Surveillance

To spread love during the COVID-19 pandemic, Heavenly King Aaron Kwok (郭富城) will be live-streaming his “Aaron Kwok Cheer up & Dance Online Charity Concert 2020” <郭富城鼓舞·動起來 Online Concert 2020> for free tomorrow, May 9, 2020 (5 p.m. to 6 p.m. HKT). Through the virtual concert, the 54-year-old pop star hopes to show support and raise money for professional dancers and workers in the film industry during this global pandemic.

The charity show, which can be enjoyed worldwide, will be live-streamed on over 49 platforms, including YouTube and TOPick’s Facebook. Given the time difference around the world, the concert film will remain online for 24 hours so everyone can enjoy it.

Due to social distancing restrictions, the performance location, Habour City, will be under strict surveillance to ensure that only working staff members are present. As such, the concert host announced that the general public is forbidden from showing up at the concert location, and instead, fans should watch the performance online.

Legendary musician Sam Hui (許冠傑) already shared that he will tune into the concert from his home, and he hopes the concert will be a success. Aaron previously shared that Sam’s earlier concert, which was held to show Hong Kong and the music industry support during this time, inspired him to do the same. 

Source: Topick

This article is written by Hailey for JayneStars.com.

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  1. Fantastic job! I can only imagine the challenge Aaron Kwok and his team endured while they performed in high humidity and heat. Good energy. Good music. Kudos!

  2. It was a good concert, though I prefer Sam Hui’s concert more (knew more of the songs, since I was a fan of his back in the days). Regardless though, Aaron’s efforts are definitely appreciated.

    Leave it up to the Father of Cantopop Sam Hui to start a trend that I’m sure more HK artists will be inspired to follow suit (as Aaron was) in the coming weeks/months. It reminds me of the old days when the HK music industry was truly united and would quickly come together to support a cause or society. This kind of unity is nearly impossible to find in HK nowadays.

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