Britney Spears to rock Singapore on June 30

Britney Spears
Pop sensation Britney Spears will give her performance in Singapore on June 30. Photo courtesy: Youtube

Pop icon Britney Spears is going to rock Singapore on June 30. To facilitate entry of more fans, organisers have increased the number of tickets and also changed the stage layout. The spectacular event will take place at Singapore Indoor Stadium.

Event promoter IME SG said in a Facebook post, “Two additional seating categories have been added as well as a new standing zone category.” It added that the show would also feature an extension runway to the stage.”

“In response to the recent feedback and comments we have received from fans pertaining to ticket prices and stage layout for Britney’s first concert in Singapore, IME Productions has undergone careful planning and internal discussions together with Britney’s management to derive with the following updates,” the promoter said.

According to the new show layout posted on Facebook, two new seating categories - Category 8 and Category 9 - have been added, with tickets priced at SGD488 and SGD388 respectively. In addition to this, a new standing category - Category 10 - will be priced at SGD428 per ticket.

The ticket prices for two other categories have also been reduced, from SGD368 to SGD268 per ticket for Category 5 and from SGD468 to SGD368 for Category 4. Both categories have restricted views.

IME SG added, “These updates come after our management team returned from Britney’s Asia Tour over the past week and after mutual consensus with her management as well as coordination made with the show venue and local ticketing agent.”

The concert will showcase of all her chart-topping hits with more than five costume changes, accompanied by 14 tour dancer.

The new tickets will go on sale on the SportsHub website from today.

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