Pink Pandas in Singapore, the chance to see your favourite band again has arrived sooner than expected! The lovely girls of Apink (Chorong, Bomi, Eunji, Naeun, Namjoo and Hayoung) will be arriving in town for their newest Asian tour, titled ‘Pink Aurora’.
‘Pink Aurora’ promises to be an extremely exciting concert with a setlist including songs from their upcoming 3rd studio album “Pink Revolution”. Be the FIRST outside Korea to witness their new performances and songs from the new album LIVE! Together with fan favourite tracks and other hit singles from Apink’s other albums, this will no doubt be another unforgettable night for both Apink and Pink Pandas in attendance 🙂
Date: November 25, 2016
Venue: Kallang Theatre
Ticket Launch Date: Saturday, 8th October 2016
Time: 10.00AM to 2.00PM
Venue: Kallang Theatre (1 Stadium Walk, Singapore 397688)
Cat 1 Ticket Price: S$288.00 (Cash Transaction ONLY. Please bring along EXACT change.)
Number of Tickets Per Pax: Each Person is entitled to purchase a maximum of 4 tickets at the ticket launch at Kallang Theatre.
Cat 1 Ticket Holders Privileges:
1) All Cat 1 Ticket Holders are guaranteed to EITHER a Hi-Touch Pass OR Group Photo-Op [20pax per group photo] with APINK via a Lucky Draw.
*Details for High Touch & Photo-Op will be released at a later date.
*High Touch & Photo-Op will be done after the show.
*Please note that tickets are sold on a first come first serve basis while available. Any unsold Cat 1 VIP tickets will be available via www.sistic.com on Wednesday, 12th October 2016.
Ticket Sales for Cat 2 & 3 (Online Ticket Sales): –
Launch Date: Wednesday, 12th October 2016
Time: 12.00PM onwards.
Categories & Ticket Prices: Cat 2 S$198, Cat 3 S$148
Sales Platform: Tickets will be available via www.sistic.com and all SISTIC platforms.
*There will not be any distribution of number tags for the queue. Instead, we will collate the estimated number of people in the queue and number of tickets being purchased about 30-minutes before the start of ticket sales. We will then advise when tickets are sold out. This is to prevent unnecessary queueing and disappointment.