JJ Lin holds first concert at National Stadium, Tiffany Young drops by
The Singapore star performed in front of 40,000 people – which included the Girls’ Generation star.
Singapore’s very own superstar singer JJ Lin performed at the National Stadium on Saturday (Dec 21) in front of 40,000 fans – which included a K-pop star, too.
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It will be another milestone in my singing career, to be doing two shows on my home ground, the Singapore National Stadium! Will need all the prayers I can get! Sanctuary 2.0 shows 65-66 Singapore, see you tonight! Merry Christmas! 這兩天，將會是自己歌唱演繹生涯裡重要的跨越：第一次在「新加坡國家體育場」連開兩場演唱會！請給我力量！「聖所2.0」•65/66 亞洲最終站！感謝大家這一路的陪伴，祝聖誕節快樂！晚上見！ #sanctuaryworldtour #JJ林俊杰圣所世界巡回演唱会
Girls’ Generation’s Tiffany Young shared on Instagram her front-row experience catching Lin’s first of two concerts this weekend at an even more ambitious venue than the Singapore Indoor Stadium, where he performed four shows last year.
"Thanks for being willing to celebrate this milestone with me,” Lin told the crowd at a show where, aside from his hits, he also performed a portion of this year’s National Day Parade theme song. He also did a cover of Stefanie Sun’s What I Miss.
“Epic” was how Young described the show on her Instagram stories, and she later posted a backstage photo of the two of them, which Lin acknowledged on his own account, thanking her for coming.
And if you’re interested about what food was available backstage, Lin also gave social media props to Good Chance Popiah, thanking them for their service.