K-pop girl group Blackpink Singapore show's tickets on general sale from Dec 20

Blackpink will perform at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Feb 15, 2019.
Blackpink will perform at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Feb 15, 2019.PHOTO: INSTAGRAM / BLACKPINKOFFICIAL

SINGAPORE - South Korean idol girl group Blackpink, set to play in Singapore next February, has released ticketing details for the upcoming concert.

Ticket prices to see the quartet, which will perform at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Feb 15 next year, range from $128 to $268.

Members Rose, Jennie, Lisa and Jisoo will perform hits such as debut song Boombayah, Ddu-Du Ddu-Du and As If It's Your Last. Fans can also look forward to remixes and solo performances.

Pre-sales for Live Nation members will begin next Wednesday at 10am while general sales will begin on Thursday at the same time.

General tickets can be purchased across all Sports Hub ticketing channels while pre-sale tickets are available online at livenation.sg.

Those who purchase Cat 1 tickets - priced at $268 - before Feb 11 next year are also entitled to take part in a lucky draw to attend the pre-show soundcheck party.

Blackpink debuted in 2016 and is one of the fastest-rising girl groups in K-pop. The music video for their smash hit Ddu-Du Ddu-Du, released on YouTube in June, was at that time the most-viewed Korean music video in a span of 24 hours. It currently has 542 million views.

  • BOOK IT // BLACKPINK IN YOUR AREA

  • When: Feb 15, 2019, 7.30pm

    Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium

    Admission: Tickets range from $128 to $268. For more information visit www.facebook.com/OneProductionSingapore/

Member Jennie, who recently released her solo single, titled Solo, also racked up 114 million views on YouTube with her music video.

The group is the only Korean girl group to score multiple entries on the Billboard Hot 100 and are one of the highest-charting Korean groups in America.

Their world tour will bring them to seven cities next year, including Bangkok, Jakarta, Hong Kong, Manila, Kuala Lumpur and Taipei.