Attention all K-Pop enthusiasts! Get ready for a spectacular night of music, energy, and unforgettable performances as KBS’ Immortal Songs takes the stage at the MetLife Stadium on October 26th. The event promises to be a musical extravaganza like no other, and we’ve got all the details you need to know.
Venue Map Unveiled The excitement is building as Studio PAV has just unveiled the venue map for KBS’ Immortal Songs: Live in New York. Whether you’re a seasoned concert-goer or a first-time attendee, having access to the venue map is essential for planning your experience. This detailed layout will help you choose the perfect spot to enjoy your favorite K-Pop acts up close and personal.
Ticket Information Mark your calendars because tickets for this epic event go on sale on Monday, September 18th, at 2 PM ET. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this historic K-Pop gathering in the Big Apple. You can purchase your tickets directly from here. Be sure to set an alarm and be ready to secure your spot as soon as they become available!
Additional Information Before you dive headfirst into ticket purchasing, make sure to check out the additional information provided on the event flyer. Keeping an eye out for any special instructions, age restrictions, or other crucial details will ensure you have a smooth and enjoyable experience.
What to Expect KBS’ Immortal Songs is known for its outstanding lineup of artists, incredible live performances, and an electrifying atmosphere that leaves fans with lasting memories. This event is an opportunity to witness some of your favorite K-Pop stars in action, performing their hit songs and captivating the audience with their talent.
📣Calling all K-Pop Fans! Here’s the venue map and pricing for KBS’ Immortal Songs: Live in NY 🗽— Studio PAV (@studio_pav) September 11, 2023
Tickets go on sale on Monday (9/18) 2PM ET on https://t.co/IEk7H3MGaj! ⏰
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