CNBLUE asks fans to spend a day before Valentine together through 2016 CNBLUE Live [COME TOGETHER] which will be held next year on February 13 in Singapore Indoor Stadium.
The band recently held a series of successful two hours long concerts in Shanghai, China and South Korea. Performing a total of 21 songs which 19 out of it are members’ self compositions, CNBLUE charmed audiences with their hits including songs from latest albums 2gether and Japanese album White.
Fans can look forward to a night of endless surprises, including new renditions of some of their songs such as ‘Domino’, ‘I’m a Loner’, ‘LOVE’, ‘Rollercoaster’, ‘Hold My Hand’, and ‘Irony’. The talented members will showcase their musical talents by performing the songs with fresh renditions and wide array of musical styles.
2016 CNBLUE Live [COME TOGETHER] in Singapore is promoted by One Production and organized by FNC Entertainment. Tickets will be sold in various prices $118, $148, $178, $208, and $268 from November 22 starting at 12PM via Sports Hub Tix. Also will be sold 200 limited VIP packages at $98 for all ticket holders, via online, hotline, and Singapore Indoor Stadium Box Office only, which will include entry to VIP sound check party and 2 official concert merchandises.
2016 CNBLUE LIVE [COME TOGETHER] in Singapore
Date: 13 February, 2016
Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium
Ticket Price: $268, $208, $178, $148, $118
Booking Website: www.sportshubtix.sg
Booking Hotline: 3158 7888
Tickets also available at all Singpost outlet (except VIP Package) and Singapore Indoor Stadium box office.
(Maximum of 8 tickets is allowed per transaction)
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