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SNSD to Stupefy Singaporeans on 9 December, 2011


The reigning goddesses of the South East Asia  will be making their first-ever full-fledged concert in Singapore – fans of the Number 1 Asia girl group Girls Generation (SNSD)  – prepare for a sweet sugary-coated presents given by the organizers Conceptual and Running Into The Sunin Singapore! Despite the concert making a record as the most expensive production  among all K-Pop concerts held here yet,  they have created special prices for tickets to be more affordable for you all K-Pop fans!Due to the massive staging, a limited 5,500 tickets will be available for sale and the best seats in the house could possibly be not seats – but the standing mosh pit area for over 2,000 fans where fans can get the closest  to the girls.

2011 Girls‟ Generation Tour in Singapore  to be held 9 December 2011, at 8.00pm at the Singapore Indoor Stadium will showcase a 3-hour visual treat of sexily choreographed dance moves, along with a visual play of  effects including laser beams, LED screens, trapezes and elevated platforms.

The  popular nine-member girl group will perform across two stages and  strut along  three passageways, where audience can expect the girls to tease and amuse from every angle in both
group and solo acts. Right in the thick of the action are three mosh pits submerged in the middle of the stage, catering for over 2,000 standing audience  who will be able to meet the girls up-close.

Study the stage map closely to pick your wished seating/standing position for the girls to look at you…
Who’s ready to be aimed by nine cupid girls?
International fans don’t fret – stay tuned with us for the live updates of the girls’ stay and conference in Singapore!
Source  Running Into The Sun

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