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NU’EST in Manila: What you need to know


NU'EST (Photo credit: Pledis Entertainment)

After returning with five members, a new album, and seven years – the Urban Electro Band NU’EST is finally conquering the Philippine stage with the Manila stop of their “Segno” Asian tour at the Araneta Coliseum this August 31.

Organizer PULP Live World has finally released the much-awaited details for the tour, such as ticket prices, fan benefits and ticketing packages after making the first show announcement last May, which makes the show not only exciting for the fans out there, but also memorable.

Ticket prices, seats and availability

Tickets for the concert will be available starting August 3 at 12 noon through TicketNet outlets and online via Fans who want to avail can choose between different tiers, such as Royalty Hi-Touch and Send Off, VIP Seated, Patron, Boxes A & B and Upper Box.

Prices are here as follows (ticketing charges not included):

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  • Royalty Hi-Touch – PHP 12,500
  • Royalty Send-Off – PHP 12,500
  • VIP Seated – PHP 11,500
  • Patron – PHP 9,500
  • Box A – PHP 7,500
  • Box B – PHP 5,500
  • Upper Box – PHP 2,500

The Royalty Hi-Touch package will come with a VIP Seated ticket, while the Royalty Send-Off package will include a VIP Standing ticket.

Ticketing Packages and Fan Benefits

All ticket buyers are entitled to a souvenir card, which could be obtained when you bought your tickets, as well as a show poster that will be given on the concert day, while 100 fans who bought the Royalty packages (50 Hi-Touch and 50 Send-Off) will get an L-Folder.

The L-Folder will be also given to 25 lucky VIP Seated ticket holders, 10 Patron, 5 Box A, Box B and Upper Box ticket holders, all of them to be chosen thru a raffle draw prior to the concert. It can be claimed on the show day by presenting the winning voucher plus a valid ID.

For other Fan Benefits and Perks, see the photos attached below:

NU’EST is also set to visit other Asian countries such as Bangkok, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, and Taipei as part of their<Segno> tour.

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The 2019 NU’EST Concert <Segno> in Manila is once again brought to us by PULP Live World, who also brought us big K-Pop events recently such as TWICE, BLACKPINK, Park Jihoon, Stray Kids and So Ji Sub in Manila with their respective concerts and fan-meetings.


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