K-pop superstars to congregate in Singapore once more for Hallyu Pop Fest 2019

K-pop group, boy band Super Junior. (Photo: HAH Entertainment)

Hallyu Pop Fest, the giant K-pop music festival hosted by Singapore, is returning for a second run after debuting last year.

K-pop groups Super Junior, Monsta X, Nu’est and Winner are the headlining acts this year. The festival will feature two days of concerts and fan meetings on 25 May and 26 May at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.

The artiste line-up includes a total of 15 performing acts including established boyband PENTAGON, top girl groups (G)I-DLE and OH MY GIRL, reggaeton group K.A.R.D, veteran soloist HYOLYN, chart-topping rock band N.FLYING, and talented rapper KANTO, as well as the next generation of K-pop music acts including GWSN, A.C.E, VERIVERY and TREI.

Check out highlights from Hallyu Pop Fest 2018:

Ticket sales for Hallyu Pop Fest begin on 30 March via Sportshubtix, box offices at Singapore Indoor Stadium, The Star Performing Arts Centre, Scotts Square Concierge, and all Singpost outlets. Advance sales on 29 March are available for SingTel Music subscribers and Hallyu Pop Fest EDM subscribers.

There are five categories of tickets and ticket prices range from $98 to $288. The Hallyu Pass, which costs $68, will allow fans to attend an Artiste Engagement session with one performing act. However, the Hallyu Pass is available only for Cat 1, Cat 2 and Cat 3 ticketholders.

More information on Hallyu Pass and Artiste Engagement sessions are available at the Hallyu Pop Fest website, www.hallyupopfest.com.

Dubbed the largest K-pop music festival in Southeast Asia, Hallyu Pop Fest 2018 featured over 100 K-pop artistes performing over three days.

Stars such as BTOB, WannaOne, Momoland, Eric Nam, Heize and NCT127 performed their hit songs at the Singapore Indoor Stadium from 7 to 9 September.

In addition to concerts, fans also got to interact with their favourite idols on the red carpet and meet-and-greet events.

The largest K-pop event in Singapore to date, it also featured auditions for three Korean entertainment companies, Cube Entertainment, Jellyfish Entertainment and Starship Entertainment.

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Highlights from Hallyu Pop Fest 2018 in Singapore