Super Junior World Tour – “Super Show 7” in Singapore

Super Junior performed Mamacita (아야야) on the raised centre stage at "Super Show 7" in Singapore. (Singapore, 27 January 2018)

“Super Show 7” was a tiring affair.

How could it not be when it was 3 hours long and during the whole time, you just want to sing along, tap your feet to the music (or dance if you are lucky to have the space), laugh to the Super Junior members’ jokes and antics, and scream whenever your bias appeared (even if it was only in the videos)?

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Coming Soon: Super Show 7 in Singapore

Super Junior World Tour "Super Show 7" in Singapore (27 January 2018)
Super Junior World Tour "Super Show 7" in Singapore (27 January 2018)
Super Junior World Tour “Super Show 7” in Singapore (27 January 2018)

Update, 14 December 2017: Tickets for the Super Junior World Tour “Super Show 7” in Singapore go on sale Saturday, 16 December 2017 at 10am across all Sports Hub Tix channels.

Tickets are at $288, $268, $238, $188, and $168 (excludes $4 booking fee for each ticket).

Here is the seating plan:

Also, check out the FAQs for the concert.

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Save the date.

Super Junior will be holding their Super Show 7 concert in Singapore on 27 January 2018 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. Singapore will be their first overseas stop after their concerts in Seoul on 15 to 17 December.

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重逢15伍思凯“最爱是你”演唱会

重逢15伍思凯“最爱是你”演唱会 Sky Wu's 2017 concert in Singapore

The last time Sky Wu held a solo concert in Singapore was in 2012. After five years, he was back in Singapore for a one-night only concert, “重逢15伍思凯“最爱是你”演唱会”, on 29 July 2017.

With Sky Wu, you know the music and singing were going to be awesome. He delivered that, and much more.

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Guckkasten at “Trigger the Fever FIFA U-21 World Cup Street Support Concert”

Guckkasten performing at the "Trigger the Fever FIFA U-21 World Cup Street Support Concert" at Gwanghwamun. (Seoul, South Korea, 23 May 2017)

I’ve finally experienced this myself. It’s not an exaggeration to say that it was an out of this world experience listening to Guckkasten’s front man, Ha Hyunwoo, sing live.

Team Guckkasten doing their soundcheck for their performance at the
Team Guckkasten doing their soundcheck for their performance at the “Trigger the Fever FIFA U-21 World Cup Street Support Concert” at Gwanghwamun. (Seoul, South Korea, 23 May 2017)

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Musical PHANTOM – Daegu, starring Park Hyo Shin

Banner of Musical PHANTOM outside Kemyung Art Center.

If there’s no opportunity to catch Park Hyo Shin in concert, the next best thing would probably be to attend his musical. Even then, there’s no guarantee of getting tickets on days when he’s in the cast.

I had wanted to catch Musical PHANTOM in Seoul, but the tickets for days when Park Hyo Shin was performing were sold out. Turned out, the musical later toured other cities and I went for the Daegu stop.

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