I woke up at 8 am and drove to The Bee at Jaya One a few days ago, still bleary eyed and very much wanting to fall asleep at the wheel. It’s early for me considering I just went to sleep at 3 am the previous night to rush for a deadline.
I parked haphazardly and just missed getting a parking ticket with *two* cars to spare. #winning
I guess third time is the charm coz I got two parking tickets in a week before that.
Anyway, I downed some lemonade in The Bee (which is a surefire way of waking you up – it’s so sour it’ll make you pucker up like…erm, I don’t have any polite analogies for that) and started waiting.
Yes, Yuna arrived in one of those Hummer limos to promote her upcoming online concert.
What’s so special about this concert?
It’s going to be different. It’s an online concert which will only happen if 10,000 people register for it.
A online concert? Doesn’t that defeat the entire purpose?
Not really. I think it’s quite novel.
What if you’re stuck in the office doing overtime?
You also don’t have to battle:
…and best of all, you can watch it even if you’re not in KL! That’s the beauty of the Internet, how many times have you missed a concert just because you don’t live where it’s being held?
Yeah, “attending” a virtual concert can be a lot of fun…especially if you can tweet, Facebook or watch it with your friends. It’s the social media age, yo.
Yuna is going to perform her latest, unreleased song when the registration hits 10,000! :)
…and the single is not even named yet! I hear you can get a chance to do that.
Now, you’ve been hearing a lot about the number 10,000. That’s coz that’s the maximum number of people allowed into this online concert.