Jay Chou, multi instrumentalist, fashion, & film, is there anything the King of Mandopop can’t do?

Jay Chou is days away from sweeping into Sydney with more than just a concert up his sleeves

Jay Chou is gearing up to return to the Australian stage in March 2024 as he resumes his highly anticipated Jay Chou Carnival World Tour.

Kicking off in mere days in Sydney on March 2, 2024, at 7:30 pm in the GIANTS Stadium, followed by Melbourne on March 16 and 17, to say it’s set to be a major musical affair, is putting it mildly.

Jay Chou’s last Sydney gig, saw him play to a sold-out crowd waving pink lightsticks. This time around, he’s answering the call for an encore, bringing his signature style back to the Australian audience.

Ranked 9th on the IFPI Global Top 10 Artiste List in 2022 and securing the top spot in the IFPI Global Top 10 Album Sales List, Jay Chou’s influence on the global music scene is undeniable.

His record-breaking album “The Greatest Works” is a jewel in the crown of Chinese-language albums, showcasing the prowess of his musical artistry.

Jay Chou isn’t just a musical genius, he’s also into movies. Whether he’s owning the stage solo or doing stuff behind the scenes, the guy’s got serious creative game.

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And to top it off, he is about to launch his first Sydney store, with his successful clothing brand, Phantaci, later this month.

Co-founded with friend Ric Chiang 17 years ago, Phantaci, is not just a clothing brand; it’s become synonymous with edgy fashion and lifestyle inspiration.


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So, as March unfolds in Australia, brace yourself for more than just a concert. Jay Chou brings a symphony of experiences – a musical journey, a cinematic odyssey, and a fashionable venture.


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Jay Chou is clearly an artist who effortlessly mixes it up, leaving a mark that sticks in the cultural scene.