SINGAPORE – We’ve got some good news to share here, Singapore My Days!
One of the few rock bands in the Korean music realm, DAY6, will be kicking off their second World tour ‘Gravity’, in Seoul and will expand their scale to a total of 26 cities and 31 performances, and of course, Singapore’s in the list.
The five-member band under JYP Entertainment is not exactly your usual idol group who focuses on mainly synchronised moves and touching vocals. Instead, each member of the band has their own personal vibe which touches the hearts of fans all around the world, coupled with their sensational vocals on top of their music.
Their recent 5th mini album titled “The Book of Us: Gravity”, released after the successful completion of their 1st World Tour is also a chart-topper on iTunes in at least 11 cities including Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore, not to mention that the boys had attained first place on numerous Korean music shows as well.
DAY6 WORLD TOUR ‘GRAVITY’ in SINGAPORE
Date: 5 October 2019 (Sat)
Location: The Star Theatre, The Star Performing Arts Centre
We know you want to see them play live here in Singapore, and here’s your chance! DAY6 will be playing live on 5 October at The Star Theatre, The Star Performing Arts Centre. Tickets priced at $268, $228, $188 and $148 will go on sale on 18 August 12pm onwards via APACTix ticketing channels. Live Nation members can enjoy an exclusive presale on 17 August from 10am to 11:59pm via www.livenation.sg.
All CAT 1 ($268) ticket holders will be entitled to a lucky draw chance to join in a Hi-Touch session with DAY6, and winners will be announced 3 days prior to the show. Head to ONE Production’s Facebook page or www.livenation.sg for more information.
Concert Poster Courtesy of JYP Entertainment and Live Nation Singapore
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