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Everything you need to know about Kpop’s HallyuPopFest 2019

The K-Pop festival will feature a line up of the biggest names in the industry performing over two days on the 25 and 26 of May




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Southeast Asia’s biggest K-pop music festival, HallyuPopFest, is back for the second year in a row, and it’s all happening right here in Singapore.

You don’t want to miss out on this year’s electrifying line-up, which features Super Junior, Pentagon, G-IDLE, Oh My Girl, A.C.E, NU`EST, VERIVERY, GWSN, MONSTA X, HYOLYN, TREI, KARD, N.Flying, KANTO and WINNER. We’ve got all the juicy details for all you daebak fans, so read on!

HallyuPopFest 2019 is just two weeks away! If you haven’t marked your calendars and booked your tickets, now’s the time to do it!

Die-hard K-pop fans from all over the region are psyched for the music festival, which promises to deliver two days of spectacular K-pop performances, special artist meet-up sessions for cosy chats with your idols, and even a HallyuTown with booths showcasing the most exciting trends in Korean beauty, fashion and food. And you don’t want to miss the Red Carpet roll out of stars which will take place at the Festival Square – where you might just catch a glimpse of your pop idol! Omo!

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Catch the details right here.

WHAT: HallyuPop Fest 2019

WHEN: May 25 and 26, 2019

WHERE: Singapore Indoor Stadium


WHY: It’s only the biggest K-pop music festival extravaganza in Southeast Asia!

HOW: Book your tickets here. Ticket prices by category (per day): $288, $258, $198, $138, $98


Get excited for the amazing artistes in this confirmed line-up of performers, with K-pop superstars Super Junior headlining:

Artiste line-up/HallyuPopFest 2019 website

There is a range of ticket prices to choose from:

Ticket categories and prices/HallyuPopFest 2019 website

Make sure you don’t miss out on the seats you want! Check out the seating plan below:

Seating plan/HallyuPopFest 2019 website

Now let’s talk about what you really want to know – when you can get up close and personal with your favourite K-pop idol. You need the HallyuPass, which will grant you a special artiste engagement session with one (1) performing artiste (applies to the day of the ticket). You must be a CAT1, CAT2 or CAT3 ticket holder to be eligible to buy the HallyuPass, which is going for S$68.

HallyuPass/HallyuPopFest 2019 website

Besides going face to face with the biggest stars in the K-pop business, you will also receive an exclusive lanyard and pass, which you can take home later and keep as K-pop memorabilia!

Each CAT1, 2, and 3 ticket holder may also purchase an additional HallyuPass, only one (1), but do it before stocks run out!

This is how it works. There will be a draw for all HallyuPass holders, which will determine which artiste they will be meeting. Each HallyuPass is entitled to one draw, so good luck!  Recording and photography during the engagement sessions is strictly not allowed, so make the most of your time and make amazing memories the old-fashioned way.

Here’s what different groups are doing for their artiste engagement sessions:

Artiste engagement sessions/HallyuPopFest 2019 website

These FAQs will tell you all you need to know about the artiste engagement sessions:

FAQs on artiste engagement sessions/HallyuPopFest Facebook

FAQs on artiste engagement sessions/HallyuPopFest Facebook

HallyuPass holders, don’t forget to check your emails a week before the event to get the low down on the artiste engagement sessions!

Oh, and we’ve saved the best for last. If you still need any convincing, these photos of your favourite stars should settle the matter! HallyuPopFest 2019’s official line-up is sizzling hot!

Super Junior

Photo: Super Junior Facebook


Photo: Pentagon Facebook


Photo: (G) I-DLE Facebook

Oh My Girl

Photo: Oh My Girl Facebook


Photo: A.C.E Facebook


Photo: Nu’est Facebook


Photo: VERIVERY Facebook


Photo: GWSN Facebook


Photo: MONSTA X Facebook


Photo: HYOLYN Facebook


Photo: TREI Facebook


Photo: KARD Facebook


Photo: N.Flying Facebook


Photo: KANTO/YouTube screen grab


Photo: WINNER Facebook


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