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Southeast Asia’s Largest K-Pop Music Festival is Coming to Singapore This September!

K-Pop fans in the region can look forward to the biggest K-Pop music festival ever held in Southeast Asia – HallyuPopFest 2018. To be held at the Singapore Indoor Stadium from September 7-9, the festival will welcome over 100 K-pop Idols. Fans can keep their eyes peeled for a line-up of exciting performances from Wanna One, Taeyeon, BTOB, Apink, MOMOLAND, NCT 127 and many more. The three-day festival will be hosted by Korean-American Singer-Songwriter, Eric Nam.

Besides the sensational evening performances, for the first time in Singapore, K-Pop fans will be treated to three full days of Hallyu fun. Dispensing with the single-act-evening-concert format, notable highlights of HallyuPopFest 2018 include daily free afternoon showcase performances and red-carpet fan events, while premium ticket holders will have a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see and touch their favorite idols up close.

HALLYUPOP SCHED

Backed with two decades of experience in the entertainment business, the HallyuPopFest 2018 is curated by H.A.H. Entertainment and produced by Flax & Co., who is the production company behind other notable music events such as PyeongChang 2018 Olympic’s K-pop Concert, MBC’s ‘Asian Music Network@ DMC Festival’ as well as MU:CON 2017.

As part of the HallyuPopFest 2018 festival line-up, three of Korea’s biggest K-Entertainment companies – Cube Entertainment, Starship Entertainment, and Jellyfish Entertainment will be holding individual global auditions on different days of the festival. This is the first collaborative partnership between H.A.H. Entertainment and the three companies, and the Head of Recruitment from the respective agencies will personally be in town to search for budding talents in the region.

For many young individuals who dream of becoming K-pop stars themselves, ticket holders will be granted a rare chance to audition for top Korean entertainment companies. The three K-Entertainment companies will be holding their global auditions to look for talents in the vocal, dance and acting categories.

HALLYUPOP CAT

A single day ticket gives concert-goers free access to both the Afternoon Showcase and the Evening Concert. Open to all ticket-holders for the day, the Showcase event is free-standing for a more intimate, up-close and personal performance by two selected artistes each day.

The premium ticket, called The DAEBAK! Pass, will give the ticket holder an exclusive VIP experience. The pass offers a mixed combination of perks ranging from Group Photo with an artiste, Hi-Touch with an artiste, and Dedicated Priority Access to the arena before everyone else.

HALLYUPOP TIX

Be the first to get best tickets to the festival with the exclusive HallyuPopFest 3-Day Pack. Available only during the 1-day Priority Sale on 6 July, Friday 10am to 11.59pm. The HallyuPopFest 3-Day Pack applies only to Category 1 tickets and the DAEBAK! Pass A via the same booking channels as below.

General ticket sales for HallyuPopFest 2018 will be available from 7 July, Saturday at 10am via online booking, phone booking (+65 3158 7888), Singapore Indoor Stadium Box Office, Scotts Square Concierge, The STAR Performing Arts Centre Box Office and at all SingPost Outlets. There will be two premium ticket categories called DAEBAK! PASS A & DAEBAK! PASS B, five ticket categories (standing pen and seated) with prices ranging from $148 to $298 per day.

HALLYUPOP SP

For more details about the festival, please visit http://www.hallyupopfest.com or check the festival’s social media platforms for the latest news and updates @hallyupopfest on Twitter and Instagram and Facebook at fb.com/hallyupopfest

HallyuPopFest 2018 is organised by H.A.H. Entertainment. For more information on the festival please visit our website: www.hallyupopfest.com, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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