SISTAR To Hold First Solo Concert!

By Staff Writer | July 10, 2012 08:13 AM EDT

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SISTAR will finally be holding their very own solo concert!

On July 9, Starship Entertainment stated to Star News, "This coming September, SISTAR will be holding their first concert at the Seoul Olympic Hall and meet with their fans." They added, "The members will also be showing off their diverse charms through their performances."

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After having debuted around 3 years ago, SISTAR has risen to the point of standing among the top stars. As a group who is drawing in popular interest both domestically and overseas via the Hallyu Wave, SISTAR is now prepared to fully expose their capabilities and personalities through their first concert.

Along with hit songs such as "Push Push", "Shady Girl", "So Cool" and "Ma Boy," SISTAR established themselves with their ultimate hit, "Alone." With this song, they transformed their musical style to more of a retro feel. 

SISTAR will be showing off their healthy figures and create a unique stage where they will be able to interact with their fans on a closer level.

The fact that they can still maintain a high position on the charts with their summer special album's title song, "Loving U," while facing other popular girl groups such as T-ARA and 2NE1 is also quite impressive and stirring interest.

Tagged :  SISTAR, Loving U

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