After the hot response we received following our announcement for the 2018 RED VELVET FANMEET IN CHICAGO, SubKulture Entertainment is happy to release the official ticket sales date/time, prices, and benefits!
Tickets for the 2018 RED VELVET FANMEET IN CHICAGO will go on sale Saturday, April 7, 2018 at 10AM CDT via Ticketmaster. The show is scheduled to be held at the Rosemont Theatre in Chicago, IL, marking the girl group’s very first U.S fanmeet event. Please see below for ticket pricing and benefits.
|TICKET PRICING & BENEFITS:|
|P1 – $179 USD||Group Photo|
Fanmeet Poster (signed)
|P2 – $149 USD||Fanmeet Poster (unsigned)|
|P3 – $119 USD|
|P4 – $89 USD|
|P5 – $59 USD|
*Prices do not reflect any additional taxes and/or fees.*
ReVeluvs can stay updated with further details about the 2018 RED VELVET FANMEET IN CHICAGO by visiting our website and our social media channels!
Having debuted in August 2014, Red Velvet consists of members Irene, Seulgi, Wendy, Joy, and Yeri (who was later added in March 2015 when they released their first mini-album Ice Cream Cake). Ice Cream Cake came to be the best selling album by a girl group in South Korea for the first half of 2015. Their first full-length album, The Red, was released in September 2015, which included the popular lead single “Dumb Dumb”. The album debuted at #1 on Billboard’s World Albums Chart and South Korea’s Gaon Album Chart.
In September 2016, Red Velvet released their third EP Russian Roulette. With the lead single “Russian Roulette”, they took their first music show win and the song peaked at number two on the Gaon Digital Chart and Billboard’s World Digital Songs chart. In 2017, their lead singles “Rookie”, “Red Flavor”, and “Peek-a-Boo” as well as the releases of their albums Rookie, The Red Summer, and Perfect Velvet earned Red Velvet “top girl group” status in South Korea, which was cemented further when Perfect Velvet sold over 100,000 copies.
Red Velvet is also widely known for their dual concept of their “red” and “velvet” sides, which has never been seen before among South Korean girl groups. The “red” half shows off the group’s brighter, bubblier side while their “velvet” half showcases a softer, more mature, and elegant side. In February 2018, Time Magazine named Red Velvet as one of the best K-pop groups, highlighting their versatile musical styles.