Tickets For GOT7 Global Fan Meeting in Australia Go On Sale Starting Feb. 25


Tickets For GOT7 Global Fan Meeting in Australia Go On Sale Starting Feb. 25

Tickets For GOT7 Global Fan Meeting in Australia Go On Sale Starting Feb. 25

Australian fans of boy band GOT7 will finally get a chance to see Kpop idols perform live when they make a stop in Sydney for their “GOT7 Global Fan Meeting 2017.” Starting February 25, tickets will start to go on sale for their shows in Sydney and Brisbane while tickets for Melbourne will sell a day later. According to a report by Officially KMusic , GOT7 will be performing in Luna Park, Big Top in Sydney on April 20. They will have a show the following night in Royal International Convention Centre in Brisbane. They will have a one night interval before their final stop at Melbourne’s The Plenary MCEC on April 23.
Fans of Jaebum, Mark, Jackson, Jinyoung, Youngjae, Bambam, and Yugyeom will be glad to know that tickets for the Sydney show will go on sale on February 25 at 5 pm. Gold tickets cost $273 AUD and will include an opportunity for a group photo with GOT7. Silver ticket holders will have to shell out $193 AUD for a free standing zone spot while bronze ticket holders will have assigned seats and each ticket would cost $143 AUD. Brisbane tickets will also go on sale on February 25 at 12 pm. Tickets will also cost $273 AUD, $193 AUD and $143 AUD respectively. Tickets for the Melbourne show are priced similarly but tickets will only go on sale on February 26 at 12 pm. All tickets are subject to booking fees from the authorized sellers. Meanwhile, GOT7’s Jinyoung collaborated with other Kpop idols — BLACKPINK’s Jisoo, NCT’s Doyoung, and Akdong Musician for an epic performance for “Inkigayo”. The collaboration was a toast to the show’s 900 th  episode which marked its 20 th  year on the air, Soompi reported. The song was especially arranged by Akdong Musician’s Chanhyuk to celebrate the show’s birthday. “Inkigayo” is one of the longest running South Korean music programs aired by SBS. The title translates to “The Music Trend” and has been around since 1991.

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