SINGAPORE: Korean boy band Super Junior will be performing on not one, but two nights at the Singapore Indoor Stadium, as part of their Super Junior World Tour Super Show 4 concert tour.
Concert organiser Running Into The Sun (RITS) announced Tuesday that Super Junior will be playing on February 18 at 6pm and hold an early concert on February 19 at 4pm.
"It is for us a great way to start 2012 - Super Show 4 will now run for two nights in Singapore, which means double the number of tickets available for fans.
"Based on the numerous requests we've received asking for an additional night, we trust this will be good news for fans," said RITS' Creative Director Beatrice Chia-Richmond.
Tickets to the group's Singapore stop, the first South East Asian stop of their concert tour, will go on sale from January 14 for OCBC cardholders, with public sales commencing on January 15 at noon.
Sales are capped at four tickets per transaction to prevent bulk buying.
Super Junior's upcoming concert here will be a three-hour affair that features a massive stage which promises to let everyone at the venue get closer to the boys.
It will also feature a giant fountain, pyrotechnics and what organisers described as "special water effects".
The boy band is one of the most popular K-pop acts in Asia, consistently performing to sell out crowds across the region.
Tickets to their upcoming concerts in Taiwan were snapped up shortly after they were released, with a third of the tickets - earmarked for advance sales - sold out within 30 minutes of going on sale.
The rest of the tickets were sold out within just 17 minutes after public sales commenced the next day, making Super Junior's Super Show 4 the fastest-selling concert series ever in Taiwan.