After bringing his “Another Eason’s Life” tour to America and Canada, on the 18th of December, Eason Chan‘s world tour finally came to a perfect end.
Held at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, it was attended by many VIPs including Canadian politicians Michael Coteau, Kathleen Wynne and John Tory, who were all present to congratulate Eason on the success of his tour.
Touring America and Canada for over a month, Chan made long-awaited and well-received stopovers in seven cities including Las Vegas, Montreal, New York, San Jose, Vancouver, Calgary and finally Toronto.
Having been received by passionate fans in all seven cities, Eason ended the tour in Toronto by thanking his supporters:
“I’m very thankful for all the loyal fans in America and Canada for their passionate support which allowed all seven stops of the concert to go ahead successfully, and rendered Toronto, the last stop a perfect ending for the tour!”
Widely praised for the extremely professional standards of the entire performance, they especially used the newest Dot Image light technology to bring the audience an entirely new audiovisual experience.
His US tour also heralded many landmarks for the popular Mandopop and Cantopop king, who celebrated his 100th show and became the first Chinese artist to perform in Montreal’s Bell Centre. Upon his arrival in New York, the singer broke yet another record for being the first Chinese singer to hold a sold-out concert in the Big Apple.
Other big highlights that were present at some of the shows included an impromptu performance of a golden medley of theme songs from Stephen Chow’s movies in Vancouver due to Chan having watched the movie the night before, and also even him giving his shoes to a lucky member of the audience at his Vancouver concert.
His tour is over for now and unfortunately didn’t include any stopovers down under, but there’s always hope for next time!