Tickets to the Singapore stop for ‘Music Bank’, one of Korea’s most popular music shows, will go on sale on 23 May at 10am, local promoter Launch Group announced on Tuesday (16 May).
The star-studded show was previously announced to be stopping by Singapore as part of the 10th Music Bank World Tour on 4 August.
Tickets are available via the Asia Box Office website, and range from $148 (CAT6) to $288 (CAT1), with the lower-tier seats having restricted views of the stage. Prices do not include booking fees.
To be held at the Suntec Convention Hall 601-604, the ‘Music Bank’ World Tour in Singapore will see a line-up of popular K-pop groups, CNBLUE, SHINee, Red Velvet, Mamamoo and BTS, who were recently confirmed to be attending the 2017 Billboard Music Awards.
The show will also be hosted by Irene of K-pop girl group Red Velvet, and popular actor Park Bo-gum, who was last in Singapore for his own fan-meeting in February.
The two emcees previously hosted ‘Music Bank’ together in 2016, and will be re-uniting for one night in Singapore.
According to Yonhap News and KBS, the upcoming concert in Singapore will be broadcast in Korea at the end of August.
Singapore is the first stop for the Music Bank World Tour 2017, followed by a second stop in Indonesia in September. More stops for the tour have yet to be announced.
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