Singapore will see the biggest concert yet this 23 November at 6.30pm, with a massive production value and 18,000 capacity; inaugurating the first concert at The Float @ Marina Bay – the world’s largest floating stage. 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. SMTOWN Live Tour III in Singapore will feature mega-popular K-Pop artistes managed by SM Entertainment, one of South Korea’s biggest entertainment agencies. SMTOWN Live 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 artistes.
SMTOWN has become a massively popular concert tour that has been staged in prestigious international arenas such as Madison Square Garden, New York to 15,000 in the audience and Zenith de Paris in France to 14,000 in the audience. To date, over half a million people across the globe have attended an SMTOWN concert since the first tour in 1999.
As the Singapore stop for SMTOWN Live Tour III will be performed on a floating stage for the first time, 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 action on stage and a heartbeat away from their favourite artistes.
“SM Town 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 stages 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 Tour III has been performed in 2012 at Anaheim, United States; Hsinchu, Taiwan; Tokyo, Japan and Seoul, Korea. SMTOWN Live Tour III in Singapore will be the concert’s tour sixth stop and is expected to attract audiences from Singapore and around the region.
Date: 23 November 2012 (Friday)
Venue: The Float @ Marina Bay
Ticket Pricing: S$268, S$238, S$218, S$168
Full Attending Artiste List:
Super Junior, Girls’ Generation, BoA, f(x), EXO, Kangta, SHINee, TVXQ!
Via Running Into The Sun Facebook: “Just a small update to the seatmap. Moshpits A, B and C will be split into half and barricaded, as the middle of each moshpit will be made for exciting things 🙂
Please note you will only be able to choose between moshpits (and not which half to be in). The ticketing system will select the best available area for you, and it will be on a first-come-first-serve basis.”
Cat 1 (VIP) – S$268
Cat 2 (Moshpit) – S$238
Cat 3 – S$218
Cat 4 – S$168
Priority Booking Period
Tickets to SMTOWN Live Tour III in Singapore will be available from 29 September (10AM) to 1 October (11.59PM) for Samsung customers who produce any Samsung handset and OCBC Card members.
For Samsung customers: First 250 SMTown tickets purchased will get a 5% discount, each person is limited to purchase up to 8 tickets.
For OCBC Cardmembers: Only OCBC Debit & Credit Cards accepted (the cards with VISA or Mastercard logo on it). First 250 SMTown tickets purchased with OCBC Titanium and Elite will get a 5% discount, and each cardmember is limited purchase up to 8 tickets. For more information, please visit www.ocbc.com.
Tickets will be released for public sale from 2 October, 12.01AM onwards via SISTIC website (http://sistic.com.sg), hotline (+65) 63485555 and SISTIC counters islandwide. Malaysian fans will be able to purchase tickets via Ticketcharge. Each purchase is limited up to 8 tickets per transaction.
SMTOWN Live Tour III in Singapore is presented by Samsung with Official Card OCBC Cards and proudly organized by Running Into The Sun.
Do stay tuned to (x)clusive as we bring you updates of SMTOWN Live Tour III in Singapore.
1. Will there be a ticket launch event?
No, there will not be a ticket launch event for SM Town Live World Tour III in Singapore.
2. Can I choose my seat(s)?
Unfortunately, you cannot choose your seats. You can only choose your preferred colour zone. There will be seat numbers printed on your ticket (it is not free seating). When you purchase tickets, SISTIC’s system will choose the best available seating at the point of transaction.
3. How many tickets can I purchase?
Each person is entitled to a maximum of 8 tickets only per transaction.
4. Is there any age limit?
For safety reasons, yes, there is an age limit. Children below the age of 12 are not allowed into the Moshpit. Children below the age of 7 are not allowed in for the concert.
5. Is there any way possible that I am allowed to access the backstage to see my favourite Korean
Backstage access is not allowed at all times.
6. What are the modes of payment?
Customers can make payment via cash, NETS, credit and debit cards at Sistic counters; and credit and debit cards via online and phone bookings.
For online and hotline bookings, only credit cards and debit cards issued in Singapore are allowed. The debit card must be able to do online transactions. If you are not sure if your debit card can be used for online transactions, please check with your bank.
7. How can overseas fans purchase tickets?
Overseas fans can purchase tickets online through the SISTIC website (www.sistic.com.sg) from 12.01am (GMT +8:00) on 2 Oct. For Malaysian fans, tickets can also be purchased online via Ticketcharge at www.ticketcharge.com.my. Other overseas fans can purchase tickets at overseas ticketing partners – visit www.sistic.com.sg and click on ‘Agents’ for a list of outlets in Indonesia.
8. Are there any limits to what kind of tickets I can purchase?
No, you can purchase tickets from any category. Age restrictions apply (please see point 4).
9. I bought the Light Blue Zone tickets, can I move to the Yellow Zone?
No, you are to strictly remain at your respective ticket color zone at all times.
10. What happens when it rains?
This is a rain or shine event.
11. Will there be a second night for the concert?
No, this is strictly a one night only concert.
12. Why are the blocks at the side of the stage in grey?
Those seats are Partially-Restricted View seats and we will not release these seats for sale till the physical set up of the stage. This is to ensure that all fans who have bought tickets to this concert
will have a good view of their favourite artistes.