Joey Yung

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This is a Chinese name; the family name is Yung.
Joey Yung
Joey Yung signature activity at V City (2).JPG
Yung at the Little Day signature activity in V City, Tuen Mun, Hong Kong, September 2013
Chinese name 容祖兒
Chinese name 容祖兒 (traditional)
Chinese name 容祖儿 (simplified)
Pinyin Róng Zǔ'ér (Mandarin)
Jyutping Jung4 Zo2-ji4 (Cantonese)
Ancestry Pengjiang District, Jiangmen, Guangdong, China
Born (1980-06-16) 16 June 1980 (age 34)
Hong Kong
Other name(s) Joey, Cho B, Jo-Jo
Occupation Singer, Actress
Genre(s) Cantopop, Mandopop, dance-pop, jazz
Instrument(s) Vocals, guitar
Voice type(s) Soprano
Label(s) Go East Entertainment Co. Ltd (1996), Golden Pony Entertainment (1996-97), Fitto Record (1998-99), EEG (1999–present)
Taiwan: Avex (2001-2003), Rock (2006), Seed Music (2012–present)
Partner(s) Wilfred Lau
Influenced Roman Tam
Official Website joeyyung.hk

Joey Yung (born 16 June 1980) is a Hong Kong famous singer and actress. She is signed to Emperor Entertainment Group at 1999. She won three championship in three boardcast channels and being the first runner-up at "Ultimate Song Chart Awards Presentation" with her debut single "Unknown". Her debut EP was broken the sales of 130,000, rushed popular that which is rare in the music industry for newcomers.

In 2003, Joey swept awards with her fame song "My Pride", leapt her diva status successfully. After, she has won numerous awards including the prestigious JSG "Most Popular Female Singer" and "Ultimate Best Female Singer" Gold awards a record breaking consecutive eight times, thus emerging as one of the premier Cantonese female singers in Hong Kong, and which equaled to Anita Mui's consecutive winning records.

She was ranked 52nd on the Forbes 2013 Chinese Celebrity List, making her the highest paid Hong Kong-based Cantopop singer with an estimated income of $29,200,000 RMB in 2013[1].

Joey had held her solo concerts in 7 times at Hong Kong Coliseum, the place where known of music palace, and she had concert tour were more than 90 times.

Biography[edit]

Early career: The Start of Singing Career[edit]

Joey was attended Ma On Shan Lutheran Primary School, and was classmates with Wong Cho-lam when she was in grade six. Then, she went to Shatin Pui Ying College and St.Francis of Assisi's College for her secondary studies. After college lives, she went to Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (Haking Wong campus) for Tourism Certificate Course for her higher education.

Joey's love of music was started from elementary school, and she participated in various type of singing contests. At 1995 (age 15), she had involved in the Big Echo Karaoke Singing Contest, singing "A Solo Song" original sung by Shirley Kwan, she won the gold medal at last[2], and was given the opportunity to be an artist of Go East Entertainment Co. Ltd. She launched the first single "The first time I want to drunk", also was the theme song of movie "Those Were the Days". However, the record company executives Paco Wong terminated her contract by simply reason "She is not beautiful".

In the beginning of career, Joey was criticized by Hong Kong media with her homely appearance. She looked back to her previous photos nowadays, she also felt her look was really mediocre. Il she comment to her look, she gave herself four out of ten only[3].

After that, in order to alleviate the financial burden of her mother, Joey had worked as a clerk and assist her mother for take care their fashion boutique for earnings. Her ex-colleague had introduced her to switch to Pony Canyon, recorded the song "A Warm Poem" (Adapted from the Japanese drama "Hitotsu Yane no Shita") and other songs[4]. However, because of Pony Canyon withdrew its business in Hong Kong at not long after she joined the company, thats made her contract had terminated once again. After, she started taking singing lessons with Roman Tam. In 2009, it was revealed that Joey was a student of Teresa Carpio before she started her singing career.

1999–2000: Official Debut[edit]

In 1998, Joey joined Fitto Record to start up her entertainment business. Her talent was appreciated and she was sent abroad for training to enhance her singing skills in the following 3 months. After, Fitto Record was acquired by Emperor Entertainment Group (EEG), the artists of Fitto Record all transfer to EEG's. At that time, she with Grace Yip and Lillian Ho are crowned as "Emperor's three flowers". However, since the two latter were fade out, this title was gradually been forgotten.

She also followed her mentor Roman Tam, who was also in EEG, on concert tours to gain experience as a solo performer.

On 30 September 1999, Joey's debut EP album was released. It charted on the IFPI Album Charts (based on sales) for 23 weeks, breaking the record for the most consecutive weeks on the IFPI album chart in Hong Kong previously held by Jacky Cheung's 1992 album "True Feeling", and sold 130,000 copies in Hong Kong alone. In later prize-giving ceremonies held by different media organisations, she swept the most newcomer awards, particularly for her debut song "Unknown". The song was adapted from Jennifer Paige's "Crush".

In January 2000, Joey's apartment was set ablaze. In the same year, she made an appearance in her debut film, Winner Takes All, and her first television drama series The Green Hope. That year, she also released two CDs, including her second EP, Don't Miss, and her first studio album, Who Will Love Me. Under the same name the song with "Don't Miss", it brought her the first championship of Hong Kong Four Electronic Media Billboard. At the same time, she became the spokesperson of many brands, such as ~H2O+, Four Seas, Red Cross Movement, and PCCW Netvigator. In the same year, she held her first concert at the Hong Kong Coliseum, titled Joey Yung's See You Everywhere Live Concert. She had gleaned from her first female singer award, "Ultimate Best Female Singer" Bronze award.

2001–2002: Pluralistic Development[edit]

In 2001, Joey released her albums, "All Summer Holiday" and "Solemn On Stage", and her first compilation album Love Joey, which later became the Best Selling Album of the Year, the title song "Pain Love" later became her masterpiece. In November, she held her second live concert and first concert series, H20+ Solemn on Stage Joey Yung Live in Concert 2001 at the Hong Kong Coliseum, and began her singing career in mainland China and Taiwan after she released her first Mandarin album Honestly. By the end of the year, her career reached a crisis as a result of strained vocal cords and criticism of being plump.

In 2002, she received the approval of her company to take dancing and make-up lessons abroad. Two months later, she was back to Hong Kong and released her Cantopop album Something About You in May and launched her second Mandarin album "A Private Love Song" in October with her second studio album, "Like Joey II". Which the hit song "Good Showing" brought the first Ultimate Best Song Award (the third runner-up), the song also won the championship of Golden Melody Award of Hong Kong Four Electronic Media Billboard.

She then became the spokesperson of Nissin and Nikon.

2003-2005: Diva's Road[edit]

This song launched Yung to new heights, reaping 4 awards and was soon named as "Cantopop Queen of Hong Kong".

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In 2003, Joey launched her album and her song in same title, My Pride (the theme song of the TV commercial for Banyan Garden developed by Cheung Kong Holdings). This song became very popular and later became her masterpiece. In the album, there had a track called "Disheartened", was composed by Jone Chui and lyrics by Wyman Wong. Although it was not the title song, but it became her masterpiece, and being cantata with her fans in the concerts repeatedly[5][6][7]. Eventually, with several hit songs, the album had sold at a platinum sales. The company released the second edition, the new song "Thinking Too Far" and "A Song Which Handed Down". In the fad of slimming in Hong Kong, Joey became the spokesperson of a slimming parlor and had her body slimmed, for presenting herself with a supposedly new sexy image. In September, She released her album "Show Up!. She held her third concert Joey Yung Live Show Up! at the Hong Kong Coliseum in October 16-21. On 17 December, Joey released her third mandain album "Solo Photo", and the song in same title brought her several awards, that made a good starting point toward to Great China mandarin market.

By end 2003, Joey got the fame with her song "My Pride", and won a handful of prestigious awards in major music awards ceremonies, including "JSG Top Ten Songs Awards - most popular female singer", making her the second youngest singer in history to have won this prize, the youngest being Anita Mui. In addition, she was also the recipient of the "JSG Top Ten Gold Song Awards" with her hit single "My Pride". In the CRHK Ultimate Song Chart Awards, she got "Most Popular Female Singer (Gold), becoming youngest singer to ever win this award, "My Favorite Most Female Singer" and "The Seventh Place of Top Ten". In addition, she got "Metro Best Song of the Year" by "Metro Music Awards" and "Global Chinese Extreme Golden Melody" by RTHK. At the same time, she won the "Media Awards (Singer Awards)" of Hong Kong Four Electronic Media Billboard. Following the awards ceremonies, she began her worldwide "Show Up World Tour", which included stops in Canada, Australia, United States, Malaysia, Mainland China and Macau.

Joey was continue to concentrated on her singing career in 2004. She launched two canton album on April and October respectively, named "Nin9 2 5ive" and "Give Love A Break". Her first photo album The Real Joey, Glamour in London along with "Nin9 2 5ive", and continued her sexy image. Her photo album was greatly accepted by the public and ran out of stock shortly after its release. "Give Love A Break" was greatly appreciated by the public as well, breaking the platinum mark with pre-orders alone. Among the albums, the song "Move Apart", "Only In The World" and 'Lover no.16" was famous. Around December, Joey released a Cantonese song "Chihuahua", the song was previously released in English by DJ BoBo, and which is a massive Coca-Cola advertising campaign in Hong Kong. At the year-end music awards, she won more than 20 awards and received the highest honour award again, The Media Award, which is given to the singer who accumulated the most awards from the four broadcast station's music award ceremonies in Hong Kong. This year was obtained most champion song of Joey.

In 2005, Joey released her third compilation album, Love Joey 3, as well as a new studio album, Bi-Heart. She held her fourth solo concert, "Reflection of Joey's Live", spanned in October to November. The concert theme song "Busybody", was sent to South Korea for mixing and re-arranging, resulting in the "Busybody Reflection Mix". The concert was sponsored by Sony Ericsson, EEG found the top production crew to produce the music videos for the theme songs. The song was included in the album "Bi-Heart". After the concert, she suffered from sore throat due to a strain in her vocal cord. Several days after, she had to work without chatting with other people in an attempt to protect her vocal cord and relax. Despite her heavy workload, she was able to spend several days receiving acupuncture treatment in Nanjing to have her voice restored. In addition, under the recommendation of one of her producers, she started to take singing lessons with Christine Samson, who is a well-renowned voice coach to many Cantopop singers.

By this time her albums sales had surpassed five million worldwide, an impressive feat as the average Cantopop album only sell around 100,000 copies. It was also estimated that her income from endorsements alone in 2004 was about HKD$10 million. In 2005, she purchased two connecting flats, named "The Legend", at Jardine's Lookout, Hong Kong for HK$40 million. This investment came to no surprise though, considering the fact that she earned HK$60 million in the previous year. Following the success of the "Reflection's of Joey's Live Concert", her concert CD/VCD/DVD was certified triple platinum (120,000 copies), quite a rare accomplishment in today's Cantopop industry.

2006–07: Positive Changes[edit]

Joey Yung concert in 2006

The year 2006 was transformation year of Joey. She first released her tenth studio album "Ten Most Wanted" on February, the album was a reversal of her usual karaoke song style. She took more time into production of this album other than her previous albums. She said that she wanted to experiment with new musical styles and work with different musicians. Hence, she worked with Mavis Fan, who wrote two songs on the album, Get Fit with Jane Fonda and Torn Tongue (lyrics of both songs were written by Yiu Fai Chow). The title song "Snow On Red Earth" was the first commercial theme song of a chain electronics store, Broadway. Then, her fourth Mandarin album, "Jump Up", was launched at July, she invited Show Luo to chorus the song "Sweating" together. At the year end, she launched her finale album of this year, named "Close Up", which three song including "Unexpected Splendid Meeting", "Joyful Release" and "One Love One Lesson". In addition to the songs became champion in four charts, the album also was the first album which had two songs could got awards in history on the stage of Ultimate Song Chart Awards ("Unexpected Splendid Meeting" and "One Love One Lesson"). The "Joyful Release" was her biggest hit song in the previous year, this was her first collaboration with Hanjin Tan. The album was received good response from the public, and the first version went out of stock at many online CD stores like Yesasia. It was also reportedly sold out at many stores all over Hong Kong. She released the second version on 26 January 2007, which included a bonus DVD with the music videos for "Unexpected Splendid Meeting" and "Joyful Release". At the end of January 2007, Neway helped organise a musical for Joey, entitled, "Safari". Other singers who performed at the musical include Anthony Wong, at17, Hins Cheung, Yumiko Cheng, Vincent Wong, and Sun Boy'z.

Joey was selected to be Hong Kong's ambassador of 30 Hour Famine, organised by World Vision. She visited Kenya in March 2007, and shared many of her thoughts about this trip on her blog and on radio interviews.

For the albums, Joey had launched a canton album and a mandarin album, "Glow" and "Little", released in July and November separately. The songs including "Escape", "Zero o'clock" and "Grow Up With Me" were champion song in major radio channels. The mandarin album, "Little", the title track was produced by Jay Chou. The album has received tremendous success, being the best selling Mandarin album Yung has ever released.

On 7 July 2007, she performed at the Chinese leg of Live Earth in Shanghai.

She awarded the Female Singer Awards by award ceremonies at year end, including "Jade Solid Gold Awards - The Most Popular Female Singer" for the fifth consecutive year, and won Most Popular Female Singer (Gold) at the Ultimate Song Chart Awards in third times and "Most Outstanding Female Singer" by RTHK in fourth consecutive year.

2008–2009: Create Another Career Peak[edit]

Joey held her fifth concert at the Hong Kong Coliseum in early 2008, named "Johnnie Walker Keep Walking StarLight Joey Yung Concert' 08". The concert was titled "StarLight", and the theme of the concert was "light". The concert spanned over 10 days, proving her popularity as Hong Kong's most popular female singer. She performed a number of dance numbers as well as her famous ballads. The Power Medley, a 20-minute intense dance medley of her fast songs, was well received. The concert in full was highly praised, and thus led to a Part II of her concert, which spanned over four nights, making "Starlight 2008" a 14-day concert. Subsequently, Joey was requested by her company to replace Twins's concert schedule, on 12-15 April 2008. She returned to the Coliseum speedy within two months. The concert was titled "StarLight Joey Yung Concert 08 Part 2"[8]. This concert got great acclaim from the audiences, and she planned to have a concert tour starting in June 2008 to April 2010. The theme song was set as "Lucky Star", which was inside the fourth compilation album, "Love Joey Love 4".

In mid February, Joey travelled to New York City to attend dance lessons, in hope of further improving her dancing skills. She also sang several official songs for the 2008 Summer Olympics. Her world tour began shortly afterwards, with shows in Malaysia, Canada, United States, Mainland China, Singapore, and Macau.

At August, Joey was participated as a guest performer in Olympic Games opening and closing ceremony at Beijing. Later on 1 September 2008, the new album "In Motion" was released. The whole album was produced by Carl Wong, who was the music director of StarLight concert. The album was metaphor that Joey was still trying to seek a breakthrough in the road of music, and keep forward. The hit song "On Running Machine" was composed by Carl Wong, made it became one if the classic fast songs, it was got the also became champion in four charts.

2009 was marked the 10th anniversary of Joey's singing career. To celebrate the occasion, she released two albums, a documentary, and a mini concert as well. This includes a Cantonese album and a Mandarin album, titled A Time For Us in April and Very Busy in August respectively. Her 10th year anniversary mini-concert "Perfect Ten Live" was held on 4 October and tickets for this concert were sold out within seven minutes. Unlike her past concerts that spanned for days or even weeks, she performed only two shows in one day. "Perfect Ten Live" was more an intimate and exclusive concert, and was held at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre's Grand Theatre, where she won her first championship in her first major singing contest in 1995. The show was started with the song "A Solo Song", she recalled the plight of participate the singing contest from the years ago, and interpreting the songs including her very first single "The first time I want to drunk". She performed on stage nearly 30 hot songs, including "Solemn On Stage", "Gorgeous Encounter", "Pain of Love"..etc, to witness her golden ten years. The "Perfect Ten Live Box-set" was released in December, being divided into two versions, the normal and the deluxe version. The normal version included two DVDs for the concert, the Perfect 10 Documentary and a photo album consisting of 20 or so pages; in the deluxe version, there had two more CDs of the "Perfect Ten Live" would also be found and the photo album in this version would also include more photos.

In November 2009, Joey performed in a music live show, "Music Is Live" at AsiaWorld-Expo, together with Eason Chan and received an enthusiastic response and commendations from different media. She won the Media Award for the third time that year, having previously won the award in 2003 and 2004.

2010–2012: To Settle The Status of Diva[edit]

In order to celebrate for the 10th anniversary of Joey's singing career continuously, Joey's 10th Anniversary EP known as "Joey Ten" was released together with the "Joey Ten Box-set", dated on 29 January 2010. This EP consists of 10 different covers (9 for Version 1 and 1 for Version 2) and includes five songs. The Joey Ten Boxset includes a photo album, stickers, a thank you card from Joey, a Chofy bookmark, a comic book, a Chofy USB, a DVD and the new EP. The first and second plugs from the EP received very great results in the four major media, one getting a No.1 from all four of them while the other gets No.1 from three of them. The third plug, named Always seeing an Angel", was a song labeling Joey's character. This lyrics was Wyman Wong especially custom made for the theme song of her 10th anniversary. In addition to held the "Metro Shows" on 7 March, she also wrapped up her StarLight tour with two final shows in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia. She released her EP in August, "Airport (in Japanese)". The implication meaning that in the airport, everyone were hurried like a passer, but it witness the interactive of emotion, like the joys and sorrows. The annual lead song "Disfigurement" was the sequel 4 of the "Junk series", it's music video is the first 3D MV in Hong Kong, that made Joey became the first 3D MV singer there, the MV was premiered on July 14 2010[9].

She delivered her concert at the in November 2010, which was her sixth major solo concert (and seventh overall) held at the Coliseum. named "Concert Number 6". The concert received the response enthusiastically, EEG increased the show days, from 6 nights increased to 12 nights. The concert received great reviews by critics and fans alike, calling it a worthy successor to her successful StarLight tour.


For the first couple of months in 2011, Yung travelled the world and went on her first major break since 2002. She had earlier stated that in 2011 she would focus her time on the Mandarin market, recording a new Mandarin album and doing promotions in Taiwan and Mainland China.

Amsterdam-based European Chinese concert organizers Orientouch had confirmed that she would be performing a show in London, England on 26 April 2011 at the prestigious Royal Albert Hall, making it her first concert in Europe. This would make Yung the first female Chinese singer to perform at the Royal Albert Hall, and the third Chinese singer overall after Eason in 2010 and her mentor Roman Tam in 1979.

On 23 September 2011, Yung released her 29th album Joey & Joey. Plugs of album received outstanding results in the four major media, 13:00(13點) getting No.1 from three of them while Forest of Flowers(花千樹) and Wallpaper(牆紙) get No.1 from all four of them. It was also the highest-selling local album of the year 2011, thus being regarded as one of Yung's best production.

Yung starred in Diva, a big budget film produced by Chapman To. The story revolved around a successful pop diva, which To cited was the reason why he chose Yung. In an interview, he stated "a movie about a diva obviously requires a diva to play the main role." He did not agree with the general consensus that Yung was a bad actress, and hoped that the film could show her true acting potential.

In 2012, Yung continued her Concert Number 6 tour in Macau (7 Jan), Reno (31 Mar), Atlantic City (8 Apr) and Toronto (10 Apr).

In July, Yung released her 7th Mandarin album, titled Moment with 11 new songs. Yung did plenty of promotions for this album. The three plugs, Right Time (正好), Smoke and Mirrors (霧裏看花) and Greater Vigor (加大力度) had received great results from the major media.

Yung also sang Serial Drama (連續劇) as the theme song for a TVB drama called The Hippocratic Crush. Although it didn't receive any support from the major media, its views had reached more than 2 million on YouTube.

In this year, Yung received a total of 14 awards in the four major music shows, thus becoming the winner again.

2013 – present[edit]

In May, Yung's released her first plug of the year, View in a New Light (另眼相看). The song was talking about a girl could do anything and change herself to make a boy love her. In another side, it's a song Joey dedicated to all the haters in her career. Even though they hated her, she was and she would do her best in making good music. Eventually one day, they would view her in a new light and start to love her.

On 29 June 2013, Yung held her last Concert Number 6 world tour concert in Resorts Word Sentosa, Singapore.

On 21 December 2013, Yung held her seventh solo concert in the Hong Kong Coliseum titled Joey Yung Concert 1314. Due to overwhelming response, there were a total of 15 shows which spanned from 21 December 2013 - 6 January 2014, with two special Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve edition in between. Despite losing her voice in the midst of the concert due to a flu and throat infection, she insisted that "The Show Must Go On" and continued singing and dancing, and even went for acupuncture to continue her show. After the 15 shows, she was advised by doctors to stop singing for three months in order to make sure that her condition would not deteriorate.

Discography[edit]

Main article: Joey Yung discography

Film and television credits[edit]

Solo Concerts[edit]

Joey Yung Live 2000[edit]

Date City Country Venue
19 November 2000 Hung Hom Hong Kong Hong Kong Coliseum

Joey Yung Live in Concert 2001[edit]

Date City Country Venue
25 October 2001 Hung Hom Hong Kong Hong Kong Coliseum
26 October 2001
27 October 2001

Neway Joey Yung Live Show Up[edit]

Date City Country Venue
16 October 2003 Hung Hom Hong Kong Hong Kong Coliseum
17 October 2003
18 October 2003
19 October 2003
20 October 2003
21 October 2003
20 August 2004 Sydney Australia Sydney Entertainment Centre
22 August 2004 Melbourne Hisense Arena
9 November 2004 Vancouver Canada General Motors Place
14 November 2004 Rama Casino Rama
4 March 2005 Genting Highlands Malaysia Arena of Stars
5 March 2005
22 August 2005 Guangzhou China Guangzhou Gymnasium
16 July 2005 Shenzhen Bao'an Gymnasium

Sony Ericsson Reflection of Joey's Live 2005[edit]

Date City Country Venue
26 October 2005 Hung Hom Hong Kong Hong Kong Coliseum
27 October 2005
28 October 2005
29 October 2005
30 October 2005
31 October 2005
1 November 2005
2 November 2005
14 November 2006 Toronto Canada Casino Rama
23 November 2006 Atlantic City United States Mark G. Etress Arena
24 November 2006
25 November 2006 Las Vegas Mirage Casino
27 April 2007 Genting Highlands Malaysia Arena of Stars
28 April 2007

JOHNNIE WALKER KEEP WALKING StarLight Joey Yung Live 08[edit]

Date City Country Venue
25 January 2008 Hung Hom Hong Kong Hong Kong Coliseum
26 January 2008
27 January 2008
28 January 2008
29 January 2008
30 January 2008
31 January 2008
1 February 2008
2 February 2008
3 February 2008
12 April 2008
13 April 2008
14 April 2008
15 April 2008
27 July 2008 Genting Highlands Malaysia Arena of Stars
28 July 2008
27 September 2008 Atlantic City United States Mark G. Etress Arena
28 September 2008
3 October 2008 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre
11 November 2008 Reno United States Peppermill Hotel Casino
24 December 2008 Shanghai China Shanghai Indoor Stadium
9 March 2009 Macau Macau CotaiArena
18 April 2009 Singapore Singapore The MAX Pavilion@
Singapore Expo
26 March 2010 Melbourne Australia Hisense Arena
28 March 2010 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre

Joey Yung Perfect 10 Live 2009[edit]

Date City Country Venue
4 October 2009 Hung Hom Hong Kong Hong Kong Cultural Centre
4 October 2009

NOKIA Joey Yung Concert Number6[edit]

Date City Country Venue
19 November 2010 Hung Hom Hong Kong Hong Kong Coliseum
20 November 2010
21 November 2010
22 November 2010
23 November 2010
24 November 2010
25 November 2010
26 November 2010
27 November 2010
28 November 2010
3 December 2010
4 December 2010
26 April 2011 London United Kingdom Royal Albert Hall
13 August 2011 Guangzhou China Tianhe Stadium
7 January 2012 Macau Macau CotaiArena
31 March 2012 Reno United States Peppermill Hotel Casino
7 April 2012 Atlantic City Mark G. Etress Arena
8 April 2012
10 April 2012 Toronto Canada Casino Rama
20 October 2012 Genting Highlands Malaysia Arena of Stars
29 June 2013 Singapore Singapore Compass Ballroom@
Resorts World Sentosa

Ageas Joey Yung in Concert 1314[edit]

Date City Country Venue
21 December 2013 Hung Hom Hong Kong Hong Kong Coliseum
22 December 2013
23 December 2013
24 December 2013
25 December 2013
26 December 2013
27 December 2013
28 December 2013
31 December 2013
1 January 2014
2 January 2014
3 January 2014
4 January 2014
5 January 2014
6 January 2014

Other concerts[edit]

Date(s) Chinese name English name No. of shows Venue
10 June 2000 Yes ! 容祖兒不容錯失音樂會 YES! Don't Miss Live 1 Hong Kong Polytechnic University Jockey Club Auditorium
29 August 2000 ~H2O+903 容祖兒
夏水禮音樂會
Joey Yung Live 2000 1 HKCEC Hall 3
19 November 2000 ~H2O+美麗在望慈善演唱會 Beauty Prospective Live 2000 1 Hong Kong Coliseum
26 June 2002 容祖兒903 id Club
拉闊音樂會
Music Is Live 903 id Club Concert 1 HKEC Hall 3
4 April 2004 新城流行女皇音樂會 Joey Yung 'Feel the Pop' Concert Live 1 HKCEC Hall 3
18 November 2004 壓軸拉闊音樂會
李克勤x容祖兒
Joey Yung X Hacken Lee The Music Is LIVE 903 Id Club Concert 1 HKCEC Hall 3
21 May 2005 新城容我信愛
一唱傾情音樂會
Let Me Believe Love- Joey Yung X Jeff Chang 1 HKCEC Hall 3
12–15 May 2006 容祖兒 姚珏 莫拉維亞交響樂團音樂會 One Live One Love Concert 2006 (with Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra) 4 Hong Kong Coliseum
28 September 2006 加洲紅 黃金組合音樂會 容祖兒x古巨基 Joey Yung X Leo Ku Juicy Lemon 1 HKCEC Hall 3
26 January 2007 Safari!向祖兒狂呼音樂劇 Safari! 1 HKCEC Hall 3
11 August 2007 07年拉闊第二場 容祖兒x草蜢 Joey Yung x Grasshoppers Live 1 AsiaWorld Arena
6 September 2007 甜蜜蜜2007邓丽君金曲交响演唱会 Joey Yung 2007 Best of Teresa Teng Concert Live 1 北京世纪剧院
12 November 2008 容祖兒x黃耀明 祖戀明歌音樂會 Joey Yung x Anthony Wong Live 1 AsiaWorld Arena
16 November 2009 903id club 拉闊音樂會 容祖兒X陳奕迅 Music Is Live Joey Yung X Eason Chan 1 HKCEC Hall 5BC
7 March 2010 新城容祖兒我的女皇音樂會 Metro Joey the Queen Music Show 1 AsiaWorld Arena
24 April 2010 亞洲巨星NOW翻天成都演唱會 1 成都體育中心
22 August 2010 永明金融呈獻:新城邁向20聲光綻放音樂會 1 HKCEC Hall 5BC
27–29 August 2010 香港旅遊發展局呈獻:香港夏日流行音樂節 1 Hong Kong Coliseum
18 August 2011 永明金融呈獻:新城20聲光綻放音樂會 1 HKCEC Hall 5BC
14 November 2011 Joey & Joey 新城容祖兒音樂會 Metro Joey & Joey Music Show 1 HKCEC Hall 5BC
9–14 February 2012 騰訊微博:Concert YY 黃偉文作品展 Concert YY 6 Hong Kong Coliseum
11 May 2012 903id Club 拉闊音樂會 許志安 x C AllStar x 容祖兒 Music Is Live Andy Hui X Joey Yung X C AllStar 1 HKCEC Hall 5BC
21 July 2012 QQ音樂MOMENT首唱會 MOMENT Tour – Guangzhou 1 廣州白雲國際會議中心
24 August 2012 MOMENT台灣河岸留言音樂會 MOMENT Tour – Taiwan 1 河岸留言西門紅樓展演館
4 September 2012 新城數碼‧巨星靚聲音樂會 1 HKCEC Hall 5BC
19 September 2012 動感十年我的"容"耀 容祖兒、洪卓立東莞音樂會 Joey Yung X Ken Hung Live in Dongguan 1 東莞玉蘭大劇院
4 January 2013 ONE DAY黃韻玲作品群星演唱會 1 上海大舞台
31 March 2013 繼續寵愛‧十年‧音樂會 Miss You Much Leslie 1 Hong Kong Coliseum
11 June 2013 新城唱好女皇‧唱將音樂會 1 HKCEC Hall 5BC
26 September 2013 容祖兒 摩音符 Moov Live 廣州音樂會 Joey Yung Moov Live in Guangzhou 1 廣州星海音樂廳交響樂演奏廳

Awards[edit]

Trivia[edit]

Yung is a pescetarian.[12]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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