Seventeen, formed under Pledis Entertainment in 2015, is one of the leading groups in the Hallyu wave today. The group is known for its precision dance routines, perfect synchronization, amazing vocal abilities and charming aegyo (cute display of affection). Photo from Seventeen's Facebook page

LIST: Prohibited items, guidelines at Seventeen’s 'Diamond Edge' concert
( - October 4, 2017 - 3:59am

MANILA, Philippines — As the multinational K-pop group Seventeen is set to perform at the Mall of Asia Arena on Friday evening, concert promoter MMI Live has set event guidelines for the safety of concert goers.

To ensure that Carats will fully enjoy the night with their idols, the concert promoter giant announced the concert guidelines and list of prohibited items on its social media accounts.

MMI Live reminded the concert-goers that the seated sections are open to all ages; however, minors 12 years old and below must be accompanied by a ticket-bearing parent or guardian in the same section.

Meanwhile, concert goers aged 13 years old and above are allowed in the standing section but minors must be accompanied by a ticket-bearing parent or guardian.

Minors without accompanying adults will be prohibited in the standing area, unless their parents secure a signed waiver for their children from the help desk at the venue.

Upon entry, minors and their parents or guardians must present valid school or government IDs.

Huge posters and banners, backpacks or big bags, chairs, professional cameras, large costumes, pets and unofficial merchandise are some of the things prohibited in the concert.

Seventeen’s official merchandise will be sold in the venue.

The 13-member boy group known for its precision dance routines and amazing vocal abilities will stage its second concert at the Mall of Asia Arena as a part of “Diamond Edge” world tour.

READ: Seventeen live in Manila on October 6

They will perform their hits “Don’t Wanna Cry,” “Very Nice,” “Mansae” and “Boom Boom.” 

Below are the guidelines and list of prohibited items:

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