SINGAPORE: Korean-American singer and ex-Girls’ Generation member Jessica Jung is coming to Singapore this Dec 16 to grace the stage with her inaugural solo concert. This exciting event, named “Diamond Dreams,” will take place at the Resorts World Ballroom, situated within the Resorts World Convention Centre.

Ticket sales for “Diamond Dreams” are available from 10 am today, Wednesday, Nov 8, and fans can be secured through the Sistic platform and site. The pricing for tickets to this highly anticipated concert offers options to suit various preferences and budgets, ranging from S$88 to S$268.


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A special incentive awaits fans who opt for the Cat 1 tickets priced at S$268. These fortunate ticket-holders will not only enjoy prime seating but also stand a chance to acquire exclusive fan privileges. These benefits include access to a soundcheck session preceding the concert, a personally signed poster, and a cherished signed polaroid as cherished mementoes of their unforgettable experience.

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Jessica Jung initially debuted as a member of Girls’ Generation in 2007 with their hit song “Into The New World.” This moment marked the beginning of an incredible journey that saw the group rise to become one of the most successful girl groups in the history of K-pop. Girls’ Generation achieved global recognition, captivating fans worldwide and amassing an impressive collection of albums sold in the millions. Their chart-topping hits and sold-out concerts positioned them at the pinnacle of the music industry.

However, in 2014, Jessica Jung made the difficult decision to part ways with Girls’ Generation. This separation was necessitated by the challenges arising from the conflicts between her personal aspirations and the group’s demanding schedules. Despite the change in her career trajectory, Jessica Jung continued to shine brightly as a solo artist. In 2016, she released her first extended play, “With Love, J,” which made it to the top of South Korea’s music charts, reaffirming her solo success.

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Notably, in 2022, Jessica Jung ventured into the Chinese music industry by participating in the third season of the acclaimed Chinese singing competition, “Sisters Who Make Waves.” Her impressive talent and captivating performances garnered her a second-place finish in the competition.

The anticipation is building for her solo concert “Diamond Dreams” in Singapore. Don’t miss this chance to be part of the experience when tickets go on sale today! /TISG