SMTOWN Live World Tour Next Stop is Indonesia
By Staff Writer | August 02, 2012 09:35 PM EDT
SMTOWN Live World Tour announced their upcoming concert schedule in Jarkata, Indonesia at Gelora Bung Karno Stadium on September 22.
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The SM Entertainment world tour concert known for featuring top artists housed under the SM such as Girls' Generation, TVXQ, Super Junior, BoA, SHINee, f(x), EXO and more so far held 2 successful concerts. The past concerts in US and Taiwan awed the audience with their live performances.
As the demand of K-Pop lovers in Indonesia to watch a live performance from idols in Indonesia increased, W Production and MP Entertainment joined hands to present and organize the biggest concert ever in Indonesia. The concert is highly anticipated as one-of-a-kind featuring popular names in K-pop.
K-Pop fans and audiences can look forward to performances by TVXQ, Super Junior, Girls' Generation, BoA, SHINee, Kangta, f(x) and EXO, whose popularity swept across Asia and continues to spread worldwide.
The tickets for "SMTOWN Live World Tour III in Jarkata" will go on sale next week and online ticket sale will be available from http://myticket.co.id.
- Tribune 3 (free seating) Rp. 500,000
- Tribune 2 (free seating) Rp. 800,000
- Tribune 1 (free seating) Rp. 1,100,000
- Festival (free standing), Rp. 1,400,000
- VIP (numbered seating) Rp. 2,500,000
Seat plans and sales will be revealed soon.
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