INFINITE's August Concert, "That Summer"
By Staff Writer | July 05, 2012 02:02 PM EDT
Idol group INFINITE will perform from August 8-12 with their concert titled, "INFINITE Concert- That Summer."
With 2000 seats per hall, they plan on performing in front of a total of 10,000 fans. They chose a smaller venue in order to be closer to their fans.
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INFINITE plans on putting a fresh twist to their dance by performing an unplugged version.
Just like the lyrics from their title song on their third mini album, "That Summer," INFINITE plans on putting on an unforgettable lyrical summer performance.
INFINITE boasts about heir first concert in February titled, "Second Invasion," which sold out within five minutes, along with their encore concert, "Second Invasion Evolution," which sold out with a total of 10,000 seats.
INFINITE's agency, Woolim Entertainment expressed, "We wanted to make this one about the fans who showed unwavering support" and "You'll be able to see INFINITE's forte in live performances."
"That Summer" concert tickets will be sold starting on July 12.
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