SMTOWN Live World Tour III to be Biggest Concert in Singapore To-Date
By Staff Writer | September 20, 2012 03:17 PM EDT
Singapore will see the country's biggest concert yet on November 23 at 6.30pm! With a massive production value and 18,000 capacity; SMTOWN Live World Tour III in Singapore will be the inaugural concert at The Float @ Marina Bay - the world's largest floating stage. As the inaugural concert, this will also be the first time audiences will be able to set foot on the floating stage. Mosh pit ticket holders can expect to get as close as 10 feet away from the stage.
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'SMTOWN Live World Tour III in Singapore,' will feature mega-popular K-Pop artists managed by SM Entertainment, one of South Korea's biggest entertainment agencies. 'SMTOWN World Tour III in Singapore' will be a 4-hour long mega music extravaganza with special effects, pyrotechnics, flying stunts and water features, coupled with contagious dance moves, magnetic music and a stellar line up of artists. A special program will be put together to incorporate the unique staging of the show, on the world's first and largest floating stage.
SMTOWN, the world tour with performances by various artists from SM's star-studded stable, has become a massively popular concert tour that has been staged in prestigious international arenas such as Madison Square Garden, New York with 15,000 in the audience and Zenith de Paris in France with 14,000 in the audience. To date, over half a million people across the globe have attended an SMTOWN concert since the first tour started in 1999.
As the Singapore stop for SMTOWN Live World Tour III will be performed on a floating stage for the first time. Thus, the Singapore show will showcase a staging never before seen in other countries. The world's largest floating stage at 120 metres long and 83 metres wide will also house mosh pits for over 5,000 fans to get into the thick of the action on stage and a heartbeat away from their favourite artists.
"SMTOWN is truly the mother of all K-Pop concerts and we're madly excited to bring this to Singapore. 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 here," says Beatrice Chia-Richmond, Creative Director of Running Into The Sun.
SMTOWN Live World Tour III has been performed in 2012 at Anaheim, United States; Hsinchu, Taiwan; Tokyo, Japan and Seoul, Korea. SMTOWN World Tour III in Singapore will be the concert tour's sixth stop and is expected to attract audiences from Singapore and around the region.
Combining a star-studded line up of K-Pop acts and a massive S$5 million production value; SMTOWN Live World Tour III in Singapore is set to be the must-watch concert of the year. Concert-goers will be spoilt for choice when a powerful line-up of artists from SM Entertainment such as Super Junior, Girls' Geneartion and BoA arrive on Singapore shores for what promises to be a spectacular feast for the senses.
Despite the mammoth production value, tickets will however remain affordable to the masses with a variety of 4 ticket categories - Cat 1 (VIP) S$268, Cat 2 (Moshpit) S$238, Cat 3 S$218, Cat 4 S$168 -available from 29 Sep 2012 (10.00am) to 1 Oct 2012 (11.59pm) for a 3-day priority booking period for Samsung and OCBC Card customers; and 2 Oct 2012 (12.01am) onwards for public sale.
Below is the seat map for the concert:
'SMTOWN World Tour III in Singapore' is presented by Samsung with Official Card OCBC Cards and proudly organised by Running Into The Sun.
Source: Official Press Release by Running Into The Sun
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