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Time to “Clap” for Seventeen, Malaysian Carats, because you will be seeing them soon when they come down for their “Ideal Cut” concert in KL this September!

Get ready to snatch up the concert tickets, which will be going on sale in Malaysia from 10am onwards on 28 June (Thursday).

Judging by the heated response the boys got for their Seoul concert (they even had to add in a fourth date in their home country because the tickets just keep selling out so fast!), best be ready with your cash and card for the prized concert tickets.
Here are the details for 2018 Seventeen Concert “Ideal Cut” in Malaysia:
Date: 23 September 2018
Time: 6pm
Venue: Mines International Exhibition & Convention Centre
Tickets are priced at RM488 (VIP), RM388 (Cat 1), RM288 (Cat 2), RM198 (Cat 3), and RM98 (Cat 4). Ticket prices exclude processing and handling fee. 
Booking for the tickets can be done at www.ticketcharge.com.my
Note that VIP tickets holders also stand a chance to win a Sound Check pass!
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The seating plan for 2018 Seventeen Concert “Ideal Cut” in Malaysia.

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This is one concert you don’t want to miss, Malaysian Carats,
especially if you missed the one last year.
This September, before coming down to Malaysia, S.Coups, Jeonghan, Joshua, Jun, Hoshi, Wonwoo, Woozi, The8, Mingyu, DK, Seungkwan, Vernon and Dino will first be meeting their fans in Singapore.
The details for 2018 Seventeen Concert “Ideal Cut” in Singapore are as below:
Date: 21 September 2018
Time: 8pm
Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium.
Tickets for the Singapore concert are priced at SGD288 (VIP), SGD228 (Cat 1), SGD188 (Cat 2), and SGD98 (Cat 3), excluding processing and handling fee.
Tickets can be purchased at www.sportshub.com.sg
Aside from the Singapore and Malaysia concerts organised by Fast Track Events, together with Pledis Entertainment, Live Nation Korea and ShowNote, Seventeen will also be holding their 2018 concerts in Seoul (28 June to 1 July), Hong Kong (31 August), Saitama (4 to 6 September), Jakarta (16 September), Manila (29 September), and Taipei (6 to 7 October).