Even if you had all the money in the world, you won't be able to procure tickets to Eason Chan's next concert.

The Hong Kong singer collaborated with the duo band on his latest music single 'Ke Yi Ke Zai' and revealed his plans to do another music showcase with them at an interview to launch his new song.

The closed door event will have an invited guest list too, said Eason, adding, "I just hope to gather everyone and have fun with the songs on this album - and other related songs. [I told the group] Let's do Eason and the duo band one more time."

Hopeful fans from "Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, Singapore and Malaysia", to name a few, who intend to try to get tickets via alternative means can forget about it too. "I don't think the scalpers will be able to produce any tickets for this concert - so you don't need to worry about getting duped by them," he added.

Contrary to the large-scale concerts he has thrown over the past few years, Eason held 19 intimate concerts for his C’mon In~ album. When he brought the one-night only tour to Singapore, only 5,000 tickets were made available to fans. 

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