Tue, 02 Oct 2012 09:54:58 GMT | By Running Into The Sun

SM Town Live World Tour III in Singapore - 90% of tickets already sold out!

K-pop artistes KANGTA, BoA, TVXQ!, Super Junior, Girls' Generation, SHINee, f(x), EXO-K, EXO-M to perform in the biggest concert in Singapore yet.


SM Town World Tour III in Singapore - Girls Generation (© SM Entertainment)

 

Get ready for one of the biggest K-pop concerts in the region, with SM Town Live World Tour III set to take over Singapore on 23rd November at The Float, Marina Bay.

K-pop artistes KANGTA, BoA, TVXQ!, Super Junior, Girls' Generation, SHINee, f(x), EXO-K, EXO-M will perform in the biggest concert in Singapore yet, while inaugurating the first concert at The Float @ Marina Bay - the world’s largest floating stage. This will also be the first time audiences will be able to set foot on the floating stage. Mosh pit ticket holders can expect to get as close as 10 feet away from the stage. SMTOWN LIVE WORLD TOUR III in SINGAPORE will feature mega-popular K-pop artistes managed by SM Entertainment. SMTOWN LIVE WORLD TOUR III in SINGAPOREwill be a mega music extravaganza with spectacular effects coupled with contagious dance moves, magnetic music and a stellar line up of artistes. 

 

Ticketing updates:

Singapore
Cat 1 (VIP): $268 - Sold Out
Cat 2 (Moshpit A): $238 - Sold Out
Cat 3 (Moshpit B): $238 - Sold Out
Cat 4 (Moshpit C): $238 - Sold Out
Cat 7 (Premier A & B): $268 - Sold Out

Cat 5: $218 - Limited
Cat 6: $168 – Limited

Malaysia
Cat 1 (VIP): RM673 – Sold Out
Cat 2 (Moshpit): RM598 – Sold Out
Cat 3: RM 548 – Sold Out
Cat 4: RM423 – Sold Out

Malaysian fans can also purchase travel packages from Official Travel Partner, Konsortium, to ease their travel arrangements. Konsortium will be offering various packages that include travel, accommodation and tickets.

 

SMTOWN LIVE WORLD TOUR III in SINGAPORE, the world tour with performances by various artistes from SM’s star-studded stable, has become a massively popular concert tour that has been staged in prestigious international arenas such as Madison Square Garden in New York and Zenith de Paris in France.

The Singapore stop for SMTOWN LIVE WORLD TOUR III will be performed on a floating stage for the first time at Marina Bay. The world’s largest floating stage at 120 metres long and 83 metres wide will also house mosh pits for fans to get into the thick of the action on stage and a heartbeat away from their favourite artistes.

SMTOWN LIVE WORLD TOUR III began on May 2012 in LA and traveled on to Taiwan, Tokyo, Seoul, and Jakarta. SMTOWN LIVE WORLD TOUR III in SINGAPORE, the concert tour’s sixth stop, is expected to attract audiences from Singapore and around the region.

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