Super Show 7

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Super Show 7
World tour by Super Junior
Associated albumPlay
Start date15 December 2017 (2017-12-15)
No. of shows
  • 16 in Asia
  • 4 in Latin America
  • 20 in total
Super Junior concert chronology

Super Show 7 is the fourth world concert tour and seventh international tour by South Korean boy band Super Junior, in support of their eighth studio album, Play. The world tour commenced with three shows in Seoul from 15 to 17 December 2017 and hit a total of 120 concerts for its Super Show series.[1][2][3]

This tour marks the return of members Siwon, Eunhyuk and Donghae, who had been away serving two years of mandatory military service. [4]

Concerts[edit]

The tour was announced on 28 September 2017, after Super Junior starting the promotion for their eighth studio album, Play. Tickets for the December 16–17 concert in Seoul went on sale on 21 November and were sold out in 9 minutes. Later, the group added one more day on December 15 due to high demand and the tickets went on sale on 26 November at 8PM KST. The concert on 15 December marks the 120th Super Show concert in the Super Show series. [1][2]

The concert in Singapore was announced on December 1 by ONE Production after 2 years of the last concert held in Singapore On January 27 Super Junior gave his show to 11,000 people, this show was one of the ten concerts with the highest grossing in Singapore having the number 5 and 6 after Madonna's concert who has the number 1 position and record of the most expensive concert in the history of Singapore with her concert "Rebel Heart Tour" with more than $6.1 million dollars for an audience of 19,123 people, the second and third place is for Coldplay $12.5 million dollars with 2 concerts, each of $6.2 million in his "A Head Full of Dreams" for an audience of 102,508 people, the fourth place is for Jay Chou with his concert "THE INVINCIBLE 2 "JAY CHOU CONCERT TOUR 2018 with $6 million dollars for an audience of 55,500 the fifth and sixth place is Super Junior has the record of the highest grossing concerts KPOP in Singapore, $3 million Dollars with "Super Show 7" for an audience of 11,000 people and $2.3 million Dollars with "Super Show 6" for an audience of 12,356.

In Bangkok SM True announced the SUPER SHOW 7, the sale of the tickets was on December 23, the fans sold out in just 14 minutes the tickets for the concert in Thailand, causing many to run out of tickets for the only show, according to Thailand Allticket they put about 17,000 tickets on sale and all were sold out. Super Junior is the only artist who has sold out more than 16,000 tickets at the Impact Arena for each concert such as Super Show 2 Tour and Super Show 6 Tour with more than 32,000 tickets sold out on each Tour.

The tour in Latin America ended in huge success, the four shows gathered 55,000 fans, making it the Korean concert tour with the highest attendance in Latin America in history, Super Junior broke their own records by selling out 9,500 tickets in Argentina, in Peru 10,000, about 16,000 in Chile and 20,000 tickets in Mexico.[5]

Super Show 7 in Macao was, according to the producer The Venetian (Macao) the venue had more than 14,500 tickets for the event because it will be the only date. The SM GLOBAL PACKAGE for Macao are the most expensive on the tour since their prices are $2,980- $3,350 for one person and $5,950- $7,080 for two people, which include a ticket for the concert in the VIP area, or any other area put to choose by the fan, a luxury room and two nights at the hotel The Venetian Macao with respective food and hotel services, a tour of the attractive places of The Venetian Macao Hotel And Casino Resort, also transport and hotel services towards the concert venue and an airplane ticket in tourist class from the home country of the fanatic to Macao and this with private transport from the airport to the hotel, all the services and prices of the SM GLOBAL PACKAGE MACAU are different depending on the origin of the client and their comforts in the hotel, and applied by the hotel agreement and SM Entertainment. The concert was the most highlighted by a Korean artist and even compared to Madonna's Rebel Heart Tour due to the high demand for tickets and the costs of the SM GLOBAL PACKAGE that were a bit higher than the concert of the American singer , Billboard and Chinese media such as Macau Daily Times published the "Sold Out in 3 hours" and the gross revenue, with 14,899 tickets sold out and approximately $5.3 million, this success of gains was thanks to the SM GLOBAL PACKAGE were sold out in its entirety.[6]

The concert ENCORE SUPER SHOW 7 was announced on September 18 on the page of the production company SM True Thailand, the place to perform the concert is not in the Impact Arena where all the previous SUPER SHOW had been made, now it will be held in the IMPACT CHALLENGER HALL which is the largest exhibition hall in Bangkok with a capacity of 20,000 to 28,000 people that is on the side of the Impact Arena, the event was attended by 25,371 people, being the largest event realized and with the highest grossing at venue.[7]

In 2018 Super Junior returns to Tokyo Dome after four years, held their 'SUPER SHOW 7' on Nov 30-Dec 1 in Tokyo, Japan. According to Billboard-Japan reported Super Junior's SUPER SHOW 7 break two records in Tokyo, this event is the most sold by a Korean artist to sell 57,000 tickets per concert at Tokyo Dome and is the second highest-grossing artist in Tokyo Dome history after The Rolling Stones with $9.3 millions per concert and Super Junior with $8.8 million per concert. The concerts ended with $17,657,590 and 114,182 attendees in the two days.[8]

Setlist[edit]

South Korea (Opening Weekend)

Tour dates[edit]

Date[3] City Country Venue Attendance Gross Revenue
Asia[9]
December 15, 2017 Seoul South Korea Jamsil Indoor Stadium 33,852 / 33,852 $5,998,752
December 16, 2017
December 17, 2017
January 27, 2018 Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium 10,960 / 10,960 $3,039,643
January 28, 2018 Bangkok Thailand Impact Arena 16,714 / 16,714 $2,897,461
February 10, 2018 Hong Kong AsiaWorld–Arena 14,775 / 14,775 $2,710,019
March 31, 2018 Taipei Taiwan Taipei Arena 27,796 / 27,796 $5,276,128
April 1, 2018
Latin America[3]
April 20, 2018 Buenos Aires Argentina Luna Park 9,523 / 9,622 $1,819,173
April 22, 2018 Lima Peru Jockey Club del Perú 10,211 / 10,738 $2,025,048
April 24, 2018 Santiago Chile Movistar Arena 15,638 / 16,294 $2,921,309
April 27, 2018 Mexico City Mexico Mexico City Arena 19,784 / 20,758 $3,652,515
Asia
May 12, 2018 Cotai Macau Cotai Arena 14,899 / 14,899 $5,298,703
June 30, 2018 Manila Philippines Mall of Asia Arena 13,094 / 13,206 $2,577,627
November 11, 2018 Bangkok Thailand Impact Challenger Hall 25,371 / 25,371 $4,532,012
November 30, 2018 Tokyo Japan Tokyo Dome 114,128 / 114,128 $17,657,590
December 1, 2018
Super Show 7S
March 2, 2019 Seoul South Korea KSPO Dome 30,326 / 30,326 $5,619,310
March 3, 2019
June 15, 2019 Jakarta Indonesia Indonesia Convention Exhibition TBA TBA
Total 357,071 / 359,493 (99.3%) $66,025,290

Personnel[edit]

Awards[edit]

Awards
Year Organization Award Result Ref.
2018 44th People's Choice Awards The Concert Tour of 2018 Nominated [10]
2019 Premios Luces Best Concert of the Year Won [11]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Kim, So-yeon (November 10, 2017). "Super Junior to hold 'Super Show 7' next month". The Korea Herald.
  2. ^ a b Kim, So-yeon (December 18, 2017). "Super Junior wraps up 'Super Show 7' in Seoul". The Korea Herald.
  3. ^ a b c "TOUR DATES: SUPER JUNIOR WORLD TOUR - SUPER SHOW 7". November 11, 2017.
  4. ^ Yip, Wai Yee (January 18, 2018). "Super Junior raring to go at Singapore concert after two-year break". The Straits Times.
  5. ^ "SUPER JUNIOR WORLD TOUR "SUPER SHOW 7" in Latin America ended in great success!". April 30, 2018.
  6. ^ "SUPER JUNIOR WORLD TOUR "SUPER SHOW 7" in Macau ended in great success!". May 28, 2018.
  7. ^ "ENCORE SUPER JUNIOR WORLD TOUR "SUPER SHOW 7" in Bangkok ended in great success!". December 3, 2018.
  8. ^ "SUPER JUNIOR WORLD TOUR "SUPER SHOW 7" in Tokyo ended in great success!". December 6, 2018.
  9. ^ Attendance and Gross Revenue:
  10. ^ Macke, Johnni (September 5, 2018). "2018 People's Choice Awards: Complete List of Nominations". E! News. Retrieved September 5, 2018.
  11. ^

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