Tickets for Ten's second show set to go on sale

Tickets for Ten's second show set to go on sale

Tickets for Ten's second show set to go on sale
Chittaphon 'Ten' Leechaiyapornkul.

On Feb 4, fans of Chittaphon Leechaiyapornkul, better known as Ten, the sole Thai artist under SM Entertainment, South Korea's leading entertainment company, were frustrated that they could not secure tickets for the upcoming concert "2024 Ten First Fan-Con [1001] in Bangkok" on March 3. Their disappointment quickly turned to delight when SM True announced an additional show on March 2.

Ten has become famous worldwide through his activities as a member of the groups NCT and WayV as well as his successful solo career. He is notable for exceptional dance skills, powerful vocals and charismatic stage presence.

His solo songs showcase diverse musical genres and dance styles, from the EDM-pop energy of New Heroes to the vibrant and free-spirited dance moves in Paint Me Naked and the mature and seductive performance of Birthday, an R&B dance track.

Recently, Ten wowed viewers with his abilities as one of the mentors on the popular reality singing competition Chuang Asia: Thailand on WeTV. His highly anticipated mini-album Ten is set to be released on Feb 13 and features six English songs. The title track Nightwalker is a pop dance song that combines addictive beats, subtle bass and guitar riffs showcasing his irresistible charm. Thai fans can expect to hear these new songs live at the concert.

Tickets for the additional show on March 2 will be available to the public on Saturday at 6pm via Counter Service at all 7-Eleven branches in Thailand and online at

Tickets cost 2,000, 2,800, 3,800, 4,800, 5,500, 6,000 and 6,500 baht. Holders of the 6,500 baht tickets can gain access to the soundcheck and a "Hi-Bye" event with Ten.

For ticket information and more benefits, visit For concert updates and news about Ten, visit

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