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′Superstar K6 All Star Concert′ Sells Out in Seven Minutes

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2014.07.21 17:15 Mwave Erika Kim

Superstar K fans are excited about seeing all the show′s winners together, and they′re proving it with ticket sales.

Tickets to the Superstar K6 All Star Concert sold out in just seven minutes.

This year′s concert is the third Superstar K All Star Concert. It celebrates the upcoming launch of the show′s sixth season.

Seo In Guk, Huh Gak, Ulala Session, Roy Kim and Parc Jae Jung, the winners of each season, will all be performing along with the issue makers Kim Ye Rim, DickPunks, Hong Dae Kwang, Yu Seung Woo, Eddie Kim, Honey G and more.

′Superstar K6 All Star Concert′ Sells Out in Seven Minutes

The concert is especially drawing attention for being a free concert.

A rep from Mnet commented, "We believe the All Star Concert is an opportunity for those who realized their dreams through Superstar K and those who′re still dreaming to get together. We′re holding this concert for free in order to repay the fans for their support, which towed the show to its sixth season."

"We won′t be distributing any tickets outside of Yes24 Tickets, the CJ One event and the Superstar K6 official social network event despite demand. This is to ensure that the tickets make their way to more fans who have really supported the show," the rep added.

In the meantime Mnet has been getting fans to vote on the top 100 best performances from Superstar K. The top 99 will air through a special show on Mnet from August 11-15, and the no. 1 performance will be unveiled through the Superstar K6 All Star Concert.

Photo credit: Mnet

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