Ar Rahman Concert - ARR 2023 : Secret of Success
Successful concert hosted by DMY Creation, attended by 72,000 pax, held at National Stadium Bukit Jalil, as known 'Mega Concert' in Malaysia. Ticket2U proud to be the official ticketing and check-in provider for this remarkable concert, putting it's best effort to do out of extra-ordinary check-in, reviving all the stadium gates to fully automate, which has never been used for years.
National Stadium 60 Gates Fully Automate after revived.
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With a capacity of 87,411, it is the largest in Southeast Asia, third largest in Asia, and the eighth largest stadium in the world.
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Ticket2U, being the largest ticketing provider in Malaysia, made by Malaysian, aimed to change the old long school manual ticketing and check-in process for event, especially for large events. Within years, Ticket2U has introduced Facial Recognition Check-In for many theme parks and events, with proven record of its delivery slogan of Queue-less and Contact-less Check-In, being the fastest and most advanced, convenient in Malaysia as well bring to regional countries nearby.
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Reviving all 90+ full-height turnstile is not an easy task. With own investment and R&D plus a short period of time preparation, Ticket2U team has finally proven that our beloved and beautiful National Stadium gates finally comes to a perfect action to handle massive crowd automatically, no fake or 'ulat-ticket', no unauthorized entrances to ensure safety, fair and importantly fast check-in and less crew needed.
AR Rahman concerts leaves a mesmerising trail for Malaysians
KUALA LUMPUR: Though more than a week has passed since legendary music maestro AR Rahman put up a spectacular concert in Kuala Lumpur, his performance is still the talk of the town among concert goers and on social media with many providing their mixed reviews about the content of the concert.
Most of them in general praised the Oscar-winning Indian music composer for his powerful, electrifying performance in the ‘AR Rahman – Secret of Success –Live in Malaysia 2023’ concert held at the National Stadium Bukit Jalil on Jan 28.
Many said the mega concert revealed a different side of the prodigious Indian music composer that was rarely witnessed by fans.
“The concert was attended by 72,137 people to be exact, with some 18,000 foreign attendees,“ said Founder and Chairman of DMY Creation Datuk Mohamed Yusoff, the concert organiser through a posting made in Instagram, recently.
He said the concert, touted to be the biggest involving Indian artistes to Malaysia, is something the Malaysians should be proud of as they have contributed in boosting the country’s domestic economy through ticket sales.
Apart from creating a record for the large turnout, Mohamed Yusoff said the concert was unique in a way that Team Sound & Light (TSL), Malaysia’s most experienced and respected entertainment industry suppliers, secured a spot in the Malaysia Book of Records for organising the largest concert production.
On several complaints from concert goers on facilities at the venue including dirty chairs and toilets, he said he will look into the matter and bring them to the attention of the stadium management.
He said some 4,000 people have worked tirelessly to ensure the success of the concert, in which gigantic 24k resolution screens were placed on both sides of the stage, enabling seated fans an amazing view of the spectacular concert.
Orchestrated as a celebration of his 30-year journey in the music industry, AR Rahman’s concert was graced by Malaysian Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and his wife, Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.
The concert which marks the return of the music composer to Kuala Lumpur after six years, also featured a special appearance by Malaysia’s No 1 singer Datuk Seri Siti Nurhaliza Tarudin who belted out a duet ‘Munbe Vaa’ with Indian playback singer, Haricharan Seshadri. -Bernama
Source from AR Rahman concert leaves a mesmerising trail for Malaysians (thesundaily.my)