Jyp Entertainment Comes Down Hard On Illegal Sales Of Day6 Concert Tickets

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JYP Entertainment Comes Down Hard On Illegal Sales Of DAY6 Concert Tickets
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JYP Entertainment Comes Down Hard On Illegal Sales Of DAY6 Concert Tickets

DAY6s agency JYP Entertainment has set a strict ticket sales policy in order to eliminate illegal and fraudulent ticket sales to the groups upcoming concerts.

On July 24, the agency stated that while monitoring the pre-sale, they discovered illegal purchasing activity through a macro automation program. JYP announced certain seat numbers that were purchased illegally and added that the tickets associated with these seats would be canceled altogether.

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Highlight's 1st solo concert sells out immediately after ticket sales open
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Highlight's 1st solo concert sells out immediately after ticket sales open

Highlight have sold out all seats to their upcoming 1st solo concert after switching their group name!

SEE ALSO: Highlight promises to come back with repackage soon + concert in June

Tickets for Highlight's 'Highlight Live 2017 - Can You Feel It?' went on sale on April 29, and were sold out immediately, even causing disruptions on the ticket sales page due to the flood of visitors.

'Highlight Live 2017 - Can You Feel It?' will take place from June 2-4 at the Jamsil Olympic Arena. The Highlight members are currently busy preparing for the concert, as well as their repackaged album.

TWICE sells out all tickets to their first Singapore concert
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TWICE sells out all tickets to their first Singapore concert

TWICEperformed to a sold out crowd in Singapore.

The girls had their 'TWICE 1st Tour 'TWICELAND - The Opening in Singapore'. It's their first solo concert in Singapore, and the 2nd in the overseas leg of their 1st concert tour. The venue held 5,000 people, and the girls sold out each and every seat.

SEE ALSO: TWICE 'Signal' their return with teaser image for their 4th mini-album

The girls performed for 3 hours, performing hits such as "Like OOH-AHH", "Cheer Up", "TT", "Knock Knock", as well as side tracks.

MBK Entertainment Calls Boram And Saeyeon Direspectful Due To The Absence In T-ara Concert
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MBK Entertainment Calls Boram And Saeyeon Direspectful Due To The Absence In T-ara Concert

MBK Entertainment, the management company of T-ara's Boram and Saeyeon, has frankly shared its thoughts regarding the surprising and unexpected absence of Saeyeon and Boram in T-ara's recently held concert.There is no doubt that the contract that they have with MBK Entertainment is coming to an end really soon.

It has also been confirmed by the company that the two members are not scheduled or are planned to have a contract renewal and that the two are not going to be a part of the last album of T-ara before they finally disband.But fortunately, fans can get a last glimpse of them in the upcoming concert of the girl group. Just recently, it has been confirmed that T-ara will be staging a concert in Taiwan, where all of the members will be present.

Heres What Happened When Taeyeon Tried To Buy Tickets To Her Own Concert
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Heres What Happened When Taeyeon Tried To Buy Tickets To Her Own Concert

Girls Generations Taeyeon revealed she knows just how difficult it really is to book tickets for her concerts.

Taeyeon recently held her second solo concert tour in Seoul, Persona, and during the show, she assured her fans that she was aware of the incredibly competitive ticketing process for her concerts.

With the worlds fastest Internet speeds, fans aggressively and quickly make reservations for tickets online just seconds after ticket sales have opened.