Mark Your Calendars: Tickets For BTS Concert In Singapore Are Going On Sale This Weekend
Set your alarms and get yourself ready to snag your tickets to see the K-pop legends live!
Once upon a time, BTS was described as the biggest K-pop act in the world, but now, it's safe to say that they're the biggest boy band in the world. So the BTS in Singapore concert on January 19 is a huge, huge deal. The tickets for the concert will go on sale starting on October 27, and they're bound to sell out quickly. Already, the tickets for BTS' Taiwan and Japan concerts have already sold out.
Die-hard fans are camping out at the booths outside Kallang Wave Mall to secure their chances of getting good tickets. The New Paper reports that as early as October 22, at least 10 fans were already sitting near the booths in the heat — and the group is getting bigger by the day.
One fan told The New Paper that she decided to queue early because she feared that scalpers could cause the prices to skyrocket. Last year, she failed to get tickets online to KBS Music Bank World Tour for that very reason. "I saw the prices just going up, up, up," she said.
How to get BTS in Singapore 2019 tickets
Full details for BTS WORLD TOUR 'LOVE YOURSELF' SINGAPORE are finally here! Tickets go on sale 27 Oct, 10am, more details: https://t.co/fetYyWHSXF pic.twitter.com/RhKaZZJiGE — OneProduction (@OneProductionSG) October 21, 2018
From 10 am on October 27, fans can get tickets at www.sportshubtix.sg, via the hotline on +65.3518.7888, or at the Kallang Wave Mall ticketing booth and all SingPost outlets.
In a Facebook post, One Production advised that Sports Hub will not be allowing any queueing before 4 pm on October 26.
Tickets will cost S$348, S$268, S$238, S$198, S$148, S$118, and S$88 — excluding booking fees. Those who buy Cat 1 tickets (S$248) by January 7 will be included in a lucky draw for 1,000 tickets to a sound check party.
BTS will be the first K-pop group to play at the 55,000-capacity National Stadium. The BTS in Singapore concert will feature songs from the band's albums, as well as solo performances from each member.
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