TWICE is Flying to Singapore For 'TWICELAND' Concert: Girl Group To Perform in This Year's KCON NY in June

TWICE is Flying to Singapore For 'TWICELAND' Concert: Girl Group To Perform in This Year's KCON NY in June

TWICE is now gearing up for their “TWICELAND” concert to be held in Singapore. This will be the group’s first ever visit to the country.

TWICE recently proved their massive popularity once again as they performed in Bangkok, Thailand on April 8. Now, in a few days, TWICE is set to fly to Singapore for their “TWICELAND” concert.

TWICE is expected once more to perform their greatest hits “Cheer Up”, “Knock Knock”, “Like Ooh-Ahh”, and “TT”. According to Koreaboo, TWICE will be bringing an explosive performance in Singapore.

TWICE might even also surprise fans with another sexy performance, just like member Nayeon did in February in their concert in Seoul. With her co-members Sana, Momo, and Chaeyeong, Nyeon lit the stage on fire as they danced to Beyonce’s “Partition” in a sexy fashion.

500 random lucky fans who bought the VIP ticket (costing SGD $288) will have the chance to be in a group photo with TWICE. Also, 100 random lucky fans who also bought a VIP ticket will get the chance to get a poster containing autographs of the members. Everyone who bought a VIP ticket will be given exclusive gifts.

Meanwhile, TWICE’s Jihyo was seen with the group as they travelled to Thailand. However, it is still unknown if she will be participating in the group’s performance since she still has an existing knee injury. ‘TWICELAND’ in Singapore will be on Saturday, April 29.

In other news, TWICE will be performing in this year’s KCON New York. This was confirmed on Thursday March 30 by KCON USA.

According to Billboard, CNBLUE is also confirmed to perform in the event along with TWICE. CNBLUE is expected to perform songs from their most recent album 7CN”.

Aside from TWICE and CNBLUE, KCON USA also confirmed that GFRIEND will be performing in the NY leg of the convention. KCON NY will be on June 23-24 at the Prudential Center in Newark.