[UPCOMING EVENT] 2011 Girls' Generation Tour – Singapore!

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SONES Alert!
Girls’ Generation has brought forward their first solo concert in Singapore to this December 2011!

2011 Girls’ Generation Tour – First Show

Running Into The Sun & Conceptual
Date: December 9th, 2011 (Friday)
Time: 8pm
Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium

Ticket Prices: (excluding SISTIC booking fee)
– Mosh Pit & Terrace Seats – S$218
– Balcony & Partially-restricted Seats – S$168

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All Samsung Mobile/Tablet customers and OCBC debit/credit card holders are entitled to Priority Booking from 29th to 31st October 2011.

  • Sales will start at 10am across all channels
  • For Samsung Mobile/Tablet customers, please note that you have to flash your device over at the SISTIC counter upon purchase of tickets.
  • For OCBC debit/credit card holders, you may purchase tickets via online, phone booking or at any SISTIC counters with your respective cards. Card(s) must be issued in Singapore.
  • Maximum of 6 tickets per transaction, regardless of which platform you purchase the ticket(s) from.
  • 1st 250 tickets purchased by Samsung mobile/ tablet customers at any SISTIC counters are entitled to a 5% discount.
  • 1st 250 tickets purchased by OCBC card members via online, phone booking or over any SISTIC counters by using their respective cards are entitled to a 5% discount.
As for public ticket sale, it will be made available from 1st November 2011 onwards.
  • Tickets can be bought online via the SISTIC website from 12 midnight onwards
  • Tickets can be bought over any SISTIC counters or via phone booking from 10am.
  • Maximum of 6 tickets per transaction, regardless of which platform you purchase the ticket(s) from.
From the Official Press Release:
20 October 2011 (Singapore) – Fans of the Number 1 Asia girl group Girls’ Generation – or “Sones” as they proudly call themselves – will be pleased to know that tickets to the 2011 Girls’ Generation Tour in Singapore will be priced at a friendly two-tier price of $218 (Terrace/Moshpit) and $168 (Balcony/Partially-restricted), despite the concert making a record as the most expensive production among all K-Pop concerts held here yet, with an estimated production value of S$1.8 million.

Due to the massive staging, a limited 5,500 tickets will be available for sale and the best seats in the house could possibly be not seats – but the standing mosh pit area for over 2,000 fans where fans can get the closest to the girls. A special fan service will also be catered for the fans in the mosh pit, provided by Official Drink sponsor F&N.

Members of the public will be able to purchase tickets from 1 Nov 2011 (Tue) onwards via Sistic online, counter and phone bookings. Proudly presented by Samsung, with Official Drink F&N and Official Card OCBC Cards, ticket sales will launch 29 Oct 2011 (Sat), 10.00am for an exclusive 3-day priority booking* for Samsung and OCBC customers via Sistic online, phone and counter bookings. All purchases are limited to 6 tickets per transaction to prevent any reselling of tickets.

We are committed to providing consumers with the ability to enjoy a complete entertainment experience anywhere, whether at home or on-the-go with Samsung’s range of smart devices including smartphones, tablets and Smart TVs. To complement this, we are excited to bring the latest pop acts to our customers,” said Ms Irene Ng, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Samsung Asia Pte Ltd.

Earlier this year, Samsung co-presented the most popular Korean boy band, Super Junior, for their first solo concert in Singapore. Now, to reward our customers for their loyal support for the year, we are thrilled to present the first solo concert for Asia’s top girl group from Korea, Girls’ Generation.”

Based on the feedback received on Facebook and Twitter, along with the dozens of calls and emails we receive every day, we expect sales of the tickets to move swiftly,” says Beatrice Chia Richmond, Managing Director and Creative Director of Running Into The Sun, “The production quality we’ll see at the concert will be top-notch, and along with the superb performance by the girls, we’re sure the show will be nothing short
of spectacular

2011 Girls‟ Generation Tour in Singapore to be held 9 Dec 2011 (Fri) 8.00pm at the Singapore Indoor Stadium will showcase a 3-hour visual treat of sexily choreographed dance moves, along with a visual play of effects including laser beams, LED screens, trapezes and elevated platforms.

The popular nine-member girl group will perform across two stages and strut along three passageways, where audience can expect the girls to tease and amuse from every angle in both group and solo acts. Right in the thick of the action are three mosh pits submerged in the middle of the stage, catering for over 2,000 standing audience who will be able to meet the girls up-close.

Things to take note:

  • No Photography or Videography is allowed in the venue.
  • Light Sticks longer than 30cm will not be allowed in the venue.
  • International fans can purchase the tickets online through the SISTIC website from 12 midnight (GMT +8:00) on 1st November. Alternatively, regional fans can purchase tickets at overseas ticketing partners – go to www.sistic.com.sg and click on ‘Agents’ for a list of outlets in Malaysia and Indonesia.
  • Age limit for Mosh Pit: 12 & above
  • Age limit for other tickets: 8 & above

In the meantime, do follow us on Twitter and Facebook for more updates on the concert. Check out the official facebook event page for Girls’ Generation Concert Tour in Singapore!

Don’t forget to check out Running Into The Sun on Twitter and Facebook as well.

Official Press Release and Photos are taken from the courtesy of Running Into The Sun.

Information on 2011 Girls’ Generation Tour in Singapore (Second Show) can be found via this link:

Proudly Brought To You By:
Concert Organisers: Running Into The Sun and Conceptual
Presenter: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
Official Drink: F&N
Official Card: OCBC Bank

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