SINGAPORE - Want to catch Dal Shabet, one of K-pop's most popular girl groups, live in Singapore on August 29?
The Straits Times, a gold media partner for the Nanyang Technological University Fest 2015, is giving away 50 pairs of tickets.
These passes will give concert-goers access to an exclusive area right in front of the stage. The concert will be held at The Promontory @Marina Bay at 7pm.
It's easy to win, just answer this question:
The Straits Times is the gold media partner for the NTU Fest 2015 - True/False?
Send your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org by Aug 25, 12pm, with the title: ST-NTU Fest 2015.
Include your name, NRIC number and contact number.
The first 50 correct entries will win the passes.
Minister for Education Mr Heng Swee Keat, who is the Guest-of-Honour will be part of the opening act. He will be singing a song together with the NTU senior management, artistes and NTU student talents.