IU Hong Kong concert, all tickets sold out
IU Hong Kong concert, all tickets sold out
IU's (EDAM Entertainment) solo concert in Hong Kong, which will be held at ASIAWORLD-ARENA on May 25th and 26th, is also a hot topic as all tickets are sold out.

On the 16th, the agency EDAM Entertainment said, “All tickets for the ‘2024 IU HEREH WORLD TOUR CONCERT IN HONGKONG’ pre-sale held on the 10th and general reservation seats held on the 15th were sold out. “As soon as the site was opened, many people flocked to reserve tickets, and as a result, the connection server was not smooth, which made it possible to realize not only the strong interest of local audiences toward IU, but also the overwhelming power of tickets,” he said.

This Hong Kong ticket reservation begins in Seoul, where the performance was successfully completed early, followed by Yokohama and Taipei, and six cities in North America (Newark, Atlanta, Washington DC, Rosemond, Auckland, Los Angeles), Jakarta, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and Bangkok. Next, with all tickets sold out, you can feel IU's global influence expanding day by day. In each performance, IU received praise from the audience who visited the venue for her passionate live performances and performances, as well as the stage scale and special effects that captivated the audience's eyes and ears. In the case of Yokohama and Taipei, leading local media outlets attracted attention by reporting on the ticket reservation process or visiting the site in person and leaving favorable reviews.

In addition, global fans' interest in IU's performance can be felt. Even though this is IU's first visit to North American cities with a solo concert, all tickets were sold out within 10 minutes of the site opening. Subsequently, Jakarta's maximum simultaneous connections reached 630,000, and in Singapore, site access was temporarily suspended. In addition, Kuala Lumpur surprised everyone by reaching 820,000 concurrent users and emergency server recovery. Bangkok also had a large number of users despite it being a weekend. More attention is being paid to IU's remaining world tour schedule.

Meanwhile, IU continues her busy schedule by holding a solo concert in Singapore on the 20th and 21st.

Reporter Junho Yoon, Ten Asia delo410@tenasia.co.kr translated by google