EXO officially announced Singapore as one of the stops for their third Concert Tour “EXO PLANET #3 – The EXO’rDIUM”. The global star will visit Singapore again on 2nd April at Singapore Indoor Stadium. This tour marks the group’s third solo concert tour since their debut in 2012. EXO has previously set a new record as first K-pop group in history to hold six sold-out concerts at the Seoul Olympic Gymnastics Arena, amassing over 84,000 spectators.
EXO, who debuted in 2012 and rose to their fame with its first original album XOXO, shattering records by becoming the first album in Korean music industry to sell over one million copies in twelve years. EXO’s third album ‘EX-Act’ is their third consecutive album to have sold over 1 million copies setting a triple million seller record and awarded Best Album of the Year from 2016 Mnet Asian Music Award.
“EXO PLANET #3 – The EXO’rDIUM –”, kicked off its first show in Seoul and have since toured in many cities including Bangkok, Fukuoka, Sapporo, Tokyo, Osaka, Hang Zhou and Taipei. In this close to three-hour show, EXO is set to perform hit titles like ‘Growl’, Wolf’ and ‘Overdose’ as well as ‘LOTTO’ & ‘Monster’ from their latest album. This concert is definitely one not to be missed in 2017!
“EXO PLANET #3 – The EXO’rDIUM – in SINGAPORE” is promoted by ONE Production and organised by SM Entertainment and Dream Maker Entertainment. Tickets are priced from $128 and will go on sale from 21st Jan, 10AM through Sports Hub Tix. For more information, please visit ONE Production Facebook.
“EXO PLANET #3 – The EXO’rDIUM – in SINGAPORE”
Date: 2nd Apr 2017 (SUN), 4PM
Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium
Tickets: $288 / $268 / $238 / $188 / $168 / $128 (excludes booking charge)
Booking Website: www.sportshubtix.sg
Booking Hotline: 3158 7888
Tickets also available at Singapore Indoor Stadium Box office and all SINGPOST outlets.
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