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Tom Jones is coming to Hong Kong in February. Photo: Jane Stockdale

Tom Jones reschedules Hong Kong concert for February

Jones will play Hong Kong almost a year from when he cancelled a date in the city after his wife Linda was diagnosed with the cancer that killed her

Tom Jones will be returning to Hong Kong to perform a show in February, almost a year after he cancelled a concert in the city due to his wife’s deteriorating health.

Jones had been scheduled to appear at the Convention and Exhibition Centre on April 7 this year, but 75-year-old Linda was diagnosed with cancer in the weeks leading to the show, forcing Jones to cancel his Asia tour. Linda died on April 10.

Linda and Tom Jones.

Jones, best known for the hits It’s Not Unusual, Delilah and What’s New Pussycat?, will now be performing at the Convention and Exhibition Centre on February 25.

Tickets to the concert, costing from HK$688 to HK$1,488, go on sale via HK Ticketing and Tom Lee outlets on December 15.