'SBS K-Pop Super Concert' Garnering Passionate Response in US as the Largest K-Pop Concert Ever
By Staff Writer | July 16, 2012 04:23 PM EDT
The "SBS K-Pop Super Concert in America" is attracting a lot of attention from local fans in the US with star-studded line of artist leading the 2012 hallyu wave.
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The concert is to take place at Home Depot Center in Carson, California with a set capacity of 27,000 the concert is to be the largest K-Pop concert ever to take place in the U.S. with 500 staff members organizing the event.
As the star-studded lineup gathers nine of the biggest names in K-Pop such as Girls' Generation, SHINee, 2PM, 2AM, CNBLUE, KARA, SISTAR, SECRET and MBLAQ the audiences are in for an exciting concert. Proving the fans anticipation of the event after SBS launched the official Facebook page on July 10 it has recorded over 300,000 visits to the page.
"SBS K-Pop Super Concert in America" is expected to continue on the K-Pop craze to spread in the U.S. and concert is to become an unforgettable night showing the power of hallyu wave.
The event hosted by SBS and Freedom Entertainment will be held on August 10 for a special show at the Home Depot Center in Carson, CA. The concert is to air on SBS as a special concert in LA for overseas and fans in Korea.
Tickets will be available on July 18 through AXS, not Ticketmaster starting at 10AM PDT. Tickets are available through the Home Depot Center Box Office, AXS website or by calling 888-9AXS-TIX (888-929-7849).
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