Virtual Reality World Tour 2018
Twenty-two years after Teresa Teng's tragic death, one of Asia’s greatest performers will be back to grace us with her presence with the help of holographic technology. The Virtual Realtiy Tour will start at the Singapore Indoor Stadium featuring other similar artists such as China’s Wang Jing and Thailand’s Vanatsaya Viseskul. This isn’t the first time Teresa Teng tickets have been sold since her passing. In 2013, the pop diva sang three duets in the form of a hologram with Mandopop star Jay Chou in Taipei during his concert of 15,000 fans. Take a trip down memory lane by buying your Teresa Teng tickets today. If you have extra tickets, sell them here on StubHub's secure platform.
Teresa Teng's (邓丽君) legacy: One of the “Five Great Asian Divas”
Her unique, elegant voice won over the hearts of millions starting in the 1970s. She was famous for her melancholy folk songs and ballads like “I Only Care About You,” “When Will You Return?” and “The Moon Represents My Heart” and the ability to sing in five languages. Young Teng started her career at the age of 15 when she performed on a music program which led to her first record contract. Her sweet voice quickly became popular from Taiwan to Japan, Malaysia to Indonesia, even China too. From 1984 to 1989, Teng released so many hits that the people refer to this time as “Teresa Teng’s Golden Years”. Teng performed in nearly every country in Asia… except for China. Despite having her music banned in China in the 80s, she had been invited to sing in the early 90s. Unfortunately, she passed away due to an asthma attack in 1995 before she could debut there.
Teresa Teng (邓丽君) commemorations
Teng’s music will never be forgotten. Her cultural impact on Asia and the world has been honoured in many forms around the world. Upon her tragic death, Teresa Teng (邓丽君) was given state honours at her funeral and a statue of Teng is at her grave. The Hong Kong film Comrades: Almost a Love Story (1996) features the legacy of Teng in a subplot. The film won multiple international best picture awards. Teng has also been replicated in a wax form at the Madame Tussauds where fans from around the globe visit to snap a picture with her. In Hong Kong, there is a coffee shop dedicated to the memory of the diva. There is a Teresa Teng (邓丽君) Culture and Education Foundation set up in her honour as well as four stamps that were released by the Taiwanese Post. Don't miss you chance to see the Taiwanese dive performing live one last time. Get your Teresa Teng tickets here on StubHub and stay up-to-date with upcoming concerts in the Virtual Reality World Tour!