Get ready to Ddu-Du Ddu-Du along with the hottest Korean girl group, BLACKPINK, as they come to the Philippines for their first-ever visit! The K-Pop heartthrobs will be performing live for their Filipino fans at the Mall of Asia Arena on Feb. 2, 2019.
Can’t wait to get your tickets? Globe Prepaid is giving fans the chance to grab the hottest tix before they’re available to the public with not one but two exclusive first dibs promos! Join any of the following promos to get access to the ticket pre-sale started yesterday Dec. 5.
On The List First Dibs
Globe Prepaid launches On The List, an exclusive community of customers who will enjoy leveled up event perks. First dibs promos, ticket giveaways, and other surprises await members! Pre-qualified customers will receive a text inviting them to sign up for On The List. First 320 members to text “FIRSTDIBS” will surely have first access to the pre-sale and immediately receive a unique code. They can then purchase their tickets at SMTickets.com or any SM Tickets outlet with this unique code.
BLACKPINK’s Manila stop is part of the Korean girl group’s 2019 world tour, which also includes Bangkok, Singapore, and Hong Kong. BLACKPINK is the highest-charting female K-pop act on the Billboard Hot 100. They are the first and only K-pop girl group to enter and top Billboard’s Emerging Artists chart. They are also the first female K-pop group to have four number-one singles on Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales chart.
Most recently, Globe Prepaid brought huge acts such as EXO, Super Junior, and Wanna One to the country to satisfy Filipinos’ K-Pop cravings. With exclusive BLACKPINK pre-sale promos, Globe Prepaid continues to strengthen this commitment to bringing the best in K-Pop and world-class entertainment closer to Filipinos. For more information, visit globe.com.ph/go/events/blackpink or follow Globe on Facebook and Twitter.
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