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TWICE to bring their TWICELIGHTS tour to Singapore in July

SINGAPOREAN ONCEs GET READY!

Korean girl group TWICE will once again light up the stage for Singaporean ONCEs this July 13th, with the announcement of TWICELIGHTS 2019 World Tour on Singapore shared by local organizer OneProduction thru its social media accounts.

Aside from the venue information which states that the concert will happen on Singapore Indoor Stadium, there were no other chunks of information released such as ticket prices, ticketing dates and fan perks. These are expected to go out as the show date approaches.

Stay tuned on HallyuLife for updates!

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