Biggest K-Pop Concert, SMTOWN Live Tour III, Comes To Singapore

14 September 2012
Making its sixth stop of the tour in Singapore carrying a massive production value and 18,000 capacity, the SMTOWN Live Tour III will see iconic K-pop artistes such as BoA, Super Junior and Girls’ Generation perform in a four hour music extravaganza.

The concert will take place on the world’s largest floating stage measuring 120 metres long and 83 metres wide which will also house mosh pits for over 5,000 fans to get into the thick of the action on stage.

Promising special effects, pyrotechnics, flying stunts and water features, coupled with contagious dance moves, magnetic music and a stellar line up of artistes, fans can expect to get as close as ten feet away from the stage.

SMTOWN Live Tours have been staged in prestigious international arenas such as Madison Square Garden, New York to 15,000 and Zenith de Paris in France to 14,000. To date, over half a million people across the globe have attended an SMTOWN concert since the first tour started in 1999.

Creative Director of local concert promoter Running Into The Sun, Beatrice Chia-Raymond, comments, “SM Town is truly the mother of all K-pop concerts. As a massive concert that has only been staged so far at iconic international venues, we hope this concert will impact Singapore and the region to bring progressive music and quality productions.”

Priority ticket sales will be available from September 29 to October 1 and public sales will begin from October 2 onwards. Ticket prices and further ticketing details will be released at a later date.

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