8,000 Tickets To Be Sold For 2NE1 Global Tour 2012 – New Evolution In Malaysia

25 October 2012
Tickets to the 2NE1 Global Tour 2012 – New Evolution in Malaysia will be released for sale a day earlier on Friday, October 26, from 10am to 6pm at Stadium Merdeka and 1pm via online and all Ticketpro and RedTix outlets. The first tier of tickets is priced at RM 638 (VIP), the second at RM 538 (Rock Pit), the third at RM 438 (Category 1), the fourth at RM 338 (Category 2) and the fifth at RM 188 (Category 3).

Fans that head down to Stadium Merdeka on 26 October will get a three-hour head start to purchase these highly coveted tickets before online sales begin, and a one-day head start to purchase VIP and Rock Pit tickets. VIP and rock pit tickets that are available for sale are limited to only 800 and 4,000 respectively.

Online and outlet sales for ticket categories 1, 2 and 3 will be available Friday, 26 October, at 1pm via Ticketpro and Redtix online and outlet bookings. Any available VIP and rock pit tickets will be available online from 27 October, 10am onwards.

Concert organizer, Running Into The Sun, who is also organizing the BIGBANG Alive Galaxy Tour 2012 in Malaysia concert on 27 October, will extend a 10% discount for BIGBANG Alive Galaxy Tour 2012 in Malaysia ticket holders to purchase 2NE1 Global Tour 2012 in Malaysia rock pit tickets.

2NE1’s first ever concert in Malaysia will take place at Stadium Malawati on December 8 at 8.30pm.

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