GOT7 proudly announced that they are coming back to Singapore! The 7 members boy group will return to Singapore “GOT7 2018 WORLD TOUR ‘EYES ON YOU’ IN SINGAPORE“, whih will be held at ZEPP @ BIGBOX on August 4, 2018.
Debuted in 2014, GOT7 comprised of leader JB, Mark, Jackson, Jinyoung, Youngjae, BamBam, Yugyeom. The group’s name came from the number of group members, and that it was thought that the number 7 would bring them good luck. GOT7 released their new mini album “Eyes on You” in March 2018 and secured the No.1 position on iTunes album charts in 20 countries, including Brazil, New Zealand, Hong Kong, and Singapore. Title track “Look” also successfully dominated many Korean music charts.
With tickets to the Seoul leg of the tour all sold-out just after the opening of ticket sales, GOT7 ‘EYES ON YOU’ WORLD TOUR IN SINGAPORE promises to be an exhilarating concert that fans should not miss. Not only is the septet slated to perform a myriad of familiar hits including ‘Hard Carry’, ‘Look’, ‘You Are’ and ‘Never Ever’, fans can also look forward to theirl new songs, specially prepared by three sub-units in the group.
Tickets for GOT7 2018 WORLD TOUR ‘EYES ON YOU’ IN SINGAPORE priced at $288 (VIP), $248, $208, $168. The VIP package will include 2 exclusive gifts and 1 lucky draw chance for a Hi-Touch Session with GOT7. All winners will be selected at random and more details on the VIP package will be released on ONE Production’s Facebook page a week before the event. Tickets will go on sale from June 10, 12 pm local time via APACTix ticketing channel. Singtel mobile customers can enjoy priority sales from June 9, 10 am to 12.59 pm. For more details, please visit Singtel’s Facebook page.
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