Wanna One, Momoland, Taeyeon among musical acts at HallyuPopFest 2018

·Editorial Team
(PHOTO: Wanna One/Facebook)
(PHOTO: Wanna One/Facebook)

Boy band Wanna One, pop princess Taeyeon and girl group Momoland will be among the more than 100 K-pop stars taking the stage at the HallyuPopFest this September.

Twenty K-pop acts will be performing at the Singapore Indoor Stadium from 7 to 9 September.

With evening concerts, afternoon musical showcases and a daily red carpet event, the festival will also feature acts such as AOA, Apink, BTOB, Dreamcatcher, EXID, and Jeong Sewoon.

Wanna One will headline the first two evening concerts with a different setlist each night, in what could be their final appearance in Singapore as a group given that they are wrapping up their world tour this year. Momoland will also perform on the first two nights while Taeyeon will headline the festival’s final night.

The three-day event will be hosted by Korean-American singer-songwriter Eric Nam.

Tickets, priced from $148 to $298, will go on sale through the Sportshub Tix website and its booking hotline (+65 3158 7888) from 10am on 7 July. Tickets can also be purchased at the Singapore Indoor Stadium Box Office, The Star Performing Arts Centre Box Office, Scotts Square Concierge Desk and all SingPost outlets.

Fans can also purchase a “Daebak!” pass for $498, which will grant them exclusive access to VIP areas and activities, as well as special artiste engagement sessions each night.

There will also be a priority ticket sale held from 10am to 11.59am on 6 July for Category 1 tickets and A-category “Daebak!” passes during which the festival’s three-day pack can also be purchased.

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