Stay with Four Seasons Hotel Shenzhen for Harlem’s Concert

Published on : Wednesday, January 15, 2014

cq5dam.web_.press_.722.keepaspectratio6-300x168 (1)Taiwanese veteran singer-songwriter Harlem Yu comes to Shenzhen Bay Sports Center on January 18, 2014 for a groundbreaking concert. As the official sponsoring hotel for of Harlem’s “I Wanna Give You” concert in partnership with Century Sakura, Four Seasons Hotel Shenzhen offers two exclusive limited edition room packages to rock up a galloping year of horse in celebration with the city for Chinese New Year.

Don’t miss out the chance for an exciting entertainment night and followed with a luxurious stay at Four Seasons complete with exclusive Executive Club benefits. Fans can take this opportunity to secure front section tickets valued at CNY 2,500.00 each with the Executive VIP package or the Deluxe VIP package with tickets valued at CNY 880.00 each. The room packages are only available from now until January 17, 2014 and start from CNY 2,760.00.

The Harlem Deluxe VIP Concert Package is available from CNY 2,760.00 per room per night and includes the following:

One night accommodation in a Deluxe Room
Two complimentary VIP seat tickets each valued at CNY 880.00 each
Two person buffet breakfast at FOO restaurant
Welcome amenities
The Harlem Executive VIP Concert Package is available from CNY 4,500.00 per room per night and includes the following:

One night accommodation in Executive Suite
Two complimentary superior VIP seat tickets valued at CNY 2,500.00 each
Welcome amenities

Executive Club access and privileges
Two person buffet breakfast at the Executive Club
Above rates are subject to 15 percent service charge and government tax. The Harlem Shenzhen Concert Room Packages are subject to availability at the time of reservation and terms and conditions apply.

Active since the early 1980s, Harlem Yu was the first Chinese artist to experiment with the style of R&B and rap in Chinese music circles. He has released 15 studio albums. His contribution to the Asian music industry has earned him the reputation of “God of R&B.” Apart from music, Harlem also hosts television variety shows. In the past two years, he returned to the spotlight, becoming a coach and judge on the popular television singing show The Voice of China.

Source:- Four Seasons


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