PENTAGON To Bring “PRISM” To Singapore In November
Get ready to meet PENTAGON in Singapore again this year!
Following their 1st showcase in Singapore Kallang Theatre in June 2017, PENTAGON is coming back to Singapore with their first full concert 2019 PENTAGON World Tour, titled PRISM, which will be held at 6.00pm on 2 November 2019, at The Star Theatre, The Star Performing Arts Centre.
All Universes in the region have reason to rejoice, as this is definitely a show not to be missed. Both performances for the 27th and 28th of April that were held at the Bluesquare iMarket Hall in Seoul were successfully completed upon showcasing the popularity of the group. The nine members, comprising of Jinho, Hui, Hongseok, Shinwon, Yeoone, Yanan, Yuto, Kino, and Wooseok will be performing for at least 16 shows in 15 cities worldwide, traveling to North and South America before returning to perform for their fans in Asia. Singapore is slated to be the last stop of the tour.
All Universes will be delighted to know that the fan benefits would include Hi Touch with PENTAGON, and 500 lucky winners will be eligible for the Sound Check Party. In addition, 50 lucky winners will be eligible for the Group Photo Opportunity, and another 50 lucky winners will get to win signed posters.
Tickets will be available from www.apactix.com, with the sale starting on Tuesday, 10am June 11 across all channels.
Going through the MNET survival reality show titled PENTAGON Maker, the members debuted in October 2016, following which they had launched 12 Korean and Japanese extended plays to date. The group’s hit track “Shine” was also the first music video with over 100 million views on YouTube, which is an amazing feat in itself. “Sha La La”, was also the title track of their latest EP Genie:us, has already amassed over 3 million views on YouTube since the EP was launched on March 27 this year.
They have also won numerous awards, such as the New Korean Wave Rookie in the Soribada Best K-Music Awards, New Star Award for the Asia Model Festival and Rising Star Award for the Korea Music Festival in Japan in 2017. In 2018, they won the Public Singing Performance Award from Korea Popular Music Awards and K-Pop Singer Award from Korea Culture Entertainment Award.
In addition to that, the group was also involved in philanthropy work to raise general awareness of neuromuscular illnesses, and they were also chosen to be ambassadors for the Korean Copyright Protection Agency to attend various events and campaigns.