The OG K-pop group is gearing up for a July performance, and their youngest member will kick off the excitement with a solo concert on March 30.
This year’s concert scene in Singapore is truly non-stop, featuring a stellar lineup from Taylor Swift and Coldplay to Ed Sheeran. Adding to the excitement, the legendary South Korean boy group Super Junior will be making their mark in the Lion City. Not only that, but one of the group’s members, Kyuhyun, is set to captivate the audience with a solo concert.
As part of their 2024 Super Junior Super Show Spin-off: Halftime, the group is set to take the stage in Singapore in July, following their concert in Seoul. As they shared in their 18th debut anniversary last November: “We showed you a side of us that is very like us [ourselves] for the first time in a while. We are the happiest when we are together as Super Junior. We have lots of plans until our 19th and our 20th debut anniversaries.”
What We Know So Far About Super Junior and Kyuhyun’s Concert in Singapore!
As per the announcement from SM Entertainment, the 10-member group is scheduled to embark on a series of performances across Asia, with notable stops in Seoul, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Taipei, Hong Kong, and Jakarta. The complete details, including the venue specifics and precise dates of the performances, will be disclosed subsequently through Super Junior’s official fan club community and social media accounts.
Meanwhile, the youngest member of the group, Cho Kyu-hyun, better known as Kyuhyun, will be making his first solo concert around Asia as well. The 2024 Kyuhyun Asia Tour Restart is scheduled to commence with a three-day concert at the Blue Square Mastercard Hall in Seoul from March 8 to 10, followed by his most awaited performance in Singapore on March 30.
After his performance in Singapore, the singer-actor will continue to captivate audiences in various Asian cities, including Hong Kong (April 4), Malaysia (April 13), Osaka, Japan (April 23), Yokohama, Japan (April 26), Taiwan (May 4), Thailand (May 11), and Indonesia (May 18). This tour is part of promoting his latest mini-album, released earlier this month, which was released under comedian Yoo Jae-suk’s label Antenna, a move he made after departing from SM Entertainment in August of last year.
Dubbed the “King of Hallyu Wave,” Super Junior continues to stand as an influential icon in the global entertainment scene. Formed in 2005, this OG boy group has undeniably left an indelible mark with their iconic hits, including Sorry, Sorry, Bonamana, Mr. Simple, Black Suit, and Lo Siento. Don’t miss this golden opportunity to witness the unparalleled talent and legacy of Super Junior unfold live on stage. Keep posted for ticket updates!
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