K-pop girl group IVE to stage first solo show in Singapore in June

IVE will also bring their first ever concert tour to Manila, Taipei and Bangkok.

Avier Tan

| February 20, 2023
IVE in a promotional still for their third single album After Like (2022).

This article was updated on 5 Apr to reflect ticketing details.

SINGAPORE – K-pop girl group IVE just dropped dates for their very first fan concert titled The Prom Queens. The Singapore leg of the tour will be held on 30 June (Fri), 7:30PM at The Star Theatre.

The six-piece group kicked off their tour with the two-day Seoul show earlier this month at the Olympic Hall. And its Tokyo leg was held last weekend at Pia Arena MM, with a seating capacity of 10,000.

They also performed two unreleased tracks at the shows – Not Your Girl and Blue Blood.

Their tour will drop by Kobe this coming weekend before taking a three-month break. It will resume in June in Southeast Asia cities like Manila and Taipei before coming to Singapore.

An official show poster has been shared by concert promoter CK Star Entertainment on its official Instagram handle.

On 5 Apr (Wed), ticketing details were announced on local promoter CK Star Entertainment’s various social media channels. Ticket sales will commence on 12 Apr (Wed) via Ticketmaster, the ticketing hotline +65 3158 8588 or at all SingPost outlets.

Tickets to the show are priced at $128, $158, $188, $228 and $268.

Though IVE only made their debut during the pandemic in 2021, they are no newbies.

Members Wonyoung and Yujin took part in reality competition series Produce 48 (2018). They later promoted with the now-defunct IZ*ONE until its disbandment in 2021.

IZ*ONE performing at their first concert “Eyes On Me” in Seoul.

Later that year, they joined IVE and released their debut track Eleven (2021) which was a commercial success. It debuted at number 68 on the Billboard Global 200.

Their subsequent tracks like Love Dive (2022) and After Like (2022) also swept the world by storm, with fans attempting dance cover challenges on social media platforms like Tiktok.

The latter gained global traction as it sampled a classic – Gloria Gaynor’s I Will Survive (1997).

Separately, the sextet is slated to make a spring comeback with a full-length studio album in April, as reported by Korean media outlet XSportsNews.

It will be a timely move ahead of their show here in June.

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Live: IVE The First Fan Concert “The Prom Queens” in Singapore
Date: 30 June 2023 (Fri)
Time: 7:30PM
Venue: The Star Theatre


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