Slam practices 10 hours a day for the Sunrise concert again tonight
The Slam GROUP consisting of Zamani, Shah, Eddie, Lili and Man hopes that the fans who attended the Mentari Slam Concert will appear again at the Plenary Hall, KLCC today to comply with the SOPs set by the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH).
Zamani when met at a training session last Wednesday, was confident that fans understood the current situation with the increasing daily cases of COVID-19.
“Maybe someone said, COVID-19 is getting higher and still wants to do a concert.
“This concert was conducted with the permission of the National Security Council (MKN) and I believe the organizers are also aware of the SOP and so on.
“Slam fans are also aware of the current situation and will abide by the rules set.
“To the fans who will attend the concert this Saturday, we hope to be able to wear a face mask and always keep a distance throughout the concert.
“If necessary, do a self -smear test at home, that’s better.
“After the concert, go home and continue to clean yourself. Insya-Allah we do our best to prevent this virus infection, “he said.
Commenting on the rehearsal sessions ahead of the concert, Slam said due to the relatively short time they took up to 10 hours a day.
“Our training sessions are actually done two sessions a day, five hours in the morning and resume for another five hours in the evening.
“So far, our health is also quite good and Zamani also looks healthy and excited to meet the Slam fans this Saturday,” said Shah.
Meanwhile, Zamani did not want his health condition to be an obstacle to give an energetic performance to the fans present.
“If possible, I don’t want to talk about health problems and just focus fully on making the concert a success later.
“I also don’t want health issues to be a constraint for me to succeed in the concert. So far my health is in good condition.
“After all, after a year of delay due to the Covid-19 virus, I hope this concert will go smoothly,” he said.
Zamani added that Slam can’t wait to recapture the nostalgia of fans through a selection of Slam’s popular songs.
The concert will start at 8.30pm tonight and accommodate 50 per cent of the hall’s capacity.
Initially, the concert was scheduled to take place on January 17, but had to be postponed after the Movement Control Order (PKP) was tightened again.
The last time Slam held a large -scale concert was on September 9, 2016 in Pasir Gudang, Johor.