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80s Norwegian pop band A-ha performing in S’pore for first time on Mar. 21, 2020

It will be their only show in Southeast Asia.

Joshua Lee | November 11, 07:45 pm

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If you love “Take On Me”, “The Sun Always Shines on TV”, and “Crying In The Rain”, this piece of news is for you.

A-ha, the Norwegian band behind these classic 80s hits will be performing in Singapore on Mar. 21, 2020.

The band, comprising singer Morten Harket, keyboardist Magne Furuholmen and guitarist Pal Waaktaar-Savoy will be performing the “A-ha: Hunting High and Low Tour” at the Singapore Turf Club (Kranji).

Concert goers can also expect to enjoy an after party with 80s hits spun by a live DJ, food and drinks, and a beer garden.

Harket said: “With this tour, we want to share our excitement and nostalgia with our fans around the world and allow us to celebrate that experience together,” reported CNA.

Tickets cost between S$148 and $248

General sales start on Nov. 15. Ticket prices range from S$148 (general admission) to S$248 (VIP privileges). Said VIP privileges include priority entry and a reserved pit area.

Priority sale for Nets, the official presenter of the show will start on Nov. 13, while priority sale for Singtel will start on Nov. 14.

What is this Nets priority sale, you might ask.

The first 500 tickets purchased through a Nets transaction at any Sistic authorised agent counter will get to enjoy a priority pit reserved for Nets, and redeem a free goodie bag on the day of the concert.

You can get the tickets via Sistic online, its hotline (6348 5555), or an authorised agent.

More details of concert can be found on its Facebook event page. If you need to re(acquaint) yourself with their hits, here you go:

In the meantime, we leave you with this beautiful unplugged version of a-Ha’s greatest song ever:

Top images via Pinterest, Sebastian Reuter/Getty Images.

 

 

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