SBS K-Pop Super Concert Sells Out VVIP Tickets Already! Don't Miss the Largest K-Pop Concert in US!
By Staff Writer | July 19, 2012 10:19 AM EDT
As previously announced "SBS K-Pop Super Concert in America" is scheduled to take place at the Home Depot Center in Los Angeles on Friday, August 10.
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Tickets went on sale yesterday, July 18 from 10AM PDT through AXS. Ticket prices ranges from $50 to $350. The VVIP and VIP tickets priced at $350 and $300 is confirmed to allow access to the private rehearsal on the day of the show.
However it was announced around 5PM PDT on SBS' official Facebook page of the concert that VVIP tickets are sold out. However there are still remaining VIP tickets, Fllor R, Floor S, Floor A and Star A so don't miss the opportunity to see the largest K-Pop concert ever to take place in the U.S.
As the star-studded lineup gathers nine of the biggest names in K-Pop such as Girls' Generation, SHINee, 2PM, 2AM, CNBLUE, KARA, SISTAR, SECRET and MBLAQ the audiences are in for an exciting concert. Proving the fans anticipation of the event after SBS launched the official Facebook page on July 10 it has recorded over 300,000 visits to the page.
"SBS K-Pop Super Concert in America" is expected to continue on the K-Pop craze to spread in the U.S. and concert is to become an unforgettable night showing the power of hallyu wave.
Tickets are available through AXS website or by calling 888-9AXS-TIX (888-929-7849).
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