KUALA LUMPUR - The show will go on for Adam Lambert despite protests from PAS.
The flamboyant pop star assured his fans via his record label Sony Music Malaysia that he would be here.
Glambert, as he is also known, will be arriving on Oct 13.
He is scheduled to go on stage at the Putra Indoor Stadium in Bukit Jalil on Oct 14.
An official from the Arts, Culture and Heritage Ministry said the singer had signed a contract, agreeing to abide by the rules.
"Adam has promised us in writing not to pull any stunts during his Malaysian concert," the official said.
The American Idol Season Eight runner-up, who is openly gay, has made headlines due to his sexual orientation. During his recent concerts in Japan and Singapore, Glambert created media frenzy by kissing his bassist on stage.