UPDATE 3: Copperfield’s show in KL has been cancelled. This is due to an ongoing FBI investigation on Copperfield. Read this article in The Star for more details.😦 .
UPDATE 2: It’s confirmed! Thanks to info provided by commentor copperfieldkl (who’s apparently representing the promoters), you can now check out details AND buy tickets for the show(s) from Acxess Tickets.
The telephone booking hotline is +603-7711 5000.
Date/time of shows:
- Tuesday, 30th Oct 2007 (5pm and 8.30pm)
- Wednesday, 31st Oct 2007 (5pm and 8.30pm)
Venue: Stadium Negara, KL. (Location)
- Matinee Show (5pm): RM503, RM423, RM383, RM353, RM283, RM103 & RM83
- Evening Show (8.30pm): RM503, RM383, RM353, RM323, RM223, RM103 & RM83
There’s also a 20% discount for children under 12 years of age.
Click on the thumbnail below to view the seating plan for the shows.
UPDATE 1: Our island neighbours have managed to get the jump on us by announcing that David Copperfield will be appearing at Singapore’s Indoor Stadium at 7pm on the 2nd and 3rd of November. Details at the organisers’ (UnUsUaL) page and on the SISTIC ticketing page.
Just a year ago, I was reminiscing in this very blog, about how cool the illusions of David Copperfield were compared to some of today’s so-called “top” illusionists and magicians.
This morning, a friend just highlighted an interesting news item in The Star Online about the very same illusionist:
Copperfield to amaze fans in KL
KUALA LUMPUR: Master illusionist David Copperfield will be thrilling Malaysian fans with his magic tricks and illusions soon.
He will make his grand entrance here as part of his David Copperfield World of Wonders tour on Oct 30 and 31.
The organiser of his shows in Malaysia, who did not wish to be identified, said people can expect great family entertainment and magic which is astonishing and filled with wonder from the master illusionist.
The shows will be held at Stadium Negara with two slots each day at 5pm and 8.30pm. For enquiries, call 03-7954 8414.
I called the number stated in the article, but was greeted by a voice-recording (in an American accent) saying they are unable to answer calls right now.. or something to that effect.
I was too young (and far away from KL) the last time Copperfield came to Malaysia (back in 1988), but this time, I’ll be darned if I’m gonna miss this.