Wed, 05 Sep 2012 07:01:55 GMT | By MSN Entertainment

SHINee World II Singapore: Tickets selling out FAST!

Less than 500 terrace tickets and less than 500 mosh pit tickets left for SHINee's one-night only concert in Singapore!

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Ticket sales to the Shinee World II Singapore concert started 31 Aug 2012 and over the weekend, only less than 500 terrace tickets and less than 500 mosh pit tickets are now available for sale. Local and overseas fans can purchase these limited tickets via Sistic online, phone and counter bookings.

Strictly a one-night only concert, Shinee World II Singapore will see an action-packed concert with special effects and diverse music genres and styles superceding its previous concert tour. The concert will also witness the biggest mosh pit to be held at the Singapore Indoor Stadium with over 1,200 square metres of free-standing space to get the closest view and proximity to the stage.


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