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Siti Nurhaliza to kick off comeback tour in Jakarta in February

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The Jakarta Post

Jakarta  /  Thu, January 31, 2019  /  07:38 pm
Siti Nurhaliza to kick off comeback tour in Jakarta in February

Malaysian singer Siti Nurhaliza performs at the MTV Asia Aid concert in Bangkok on Feb. 3, 2005. (AFP/Saeed Khan)

Malaysian singer Siti Nurhaliza is set to kick off her "Dato Sri Siti Nurhaliza on Tour" in Jakarta on Feb. 21.

Marking her comeback to the music scene after a long hiatus, the 40-year-old artist is scheduled to entertain her fans at Istora Senayan in Central Jakarta.


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"Jakarta has been somewhat my second home. I'm very happy to be able to have the opportunity to open my concert [in Jakarta] since it will be a very interesting one," Siti told a press conference in Jakarta on Wednesday as quoted by "This show also serves as my comeback to the Indonesian music industry. Indonesia indeed has a very special place in my heart." 

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Slated to belt her hits songs such as "Bukan Cinta Biasa" (Not A Regular Love), Siti will also perform a collaboration with Indonesian singer Tulus. 

"I will perform more than 20 songs, including traditional songs, ballads and pop. I will also collaborate with Tulus, who has a very different music genre. Insya Allah [God willing] [the show] will be an exciting one," she said.

After Indonesia, Siti is set to continue the tour to Singapore on March 2 and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on March 16. (kes)