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VICTON is heading to Manila for their ‘Voice to ALICE’ tour

Get your voices ready for VICTON!

Filipino ALICEs! Get your voices ready to sing out loud as the K-pop group VICTON is coming to in Manila for their ‘Voice to ALICE’ fan meeting this December 21 (Saturday), at 7pm at the SM North EDSA Skydome, as promoted by Istudyo ni Pipay and Peep Events and Production Inc.

You can buy your tickets to see VICTON live thru Ticket2Me.

Ticket prices are as follows (all prices are in Philippine Peso (PHP) and exclude ticketing charges):

  • PEEP PERKS– 8,500
  • VIP – 7,500
  • GOLD – 6,500
  • GA – 2,500

Stay tuned on HallyuLife for further show updates and coverage! –

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