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CNBLUE Heats Up Japan with Arena Tour This October

By Staff Writer | July 19, 2012 07:34 AM EDT


Popular idol band CNBLUE raising its status a hallyu star has announced their Arena Tour in Japan.

CNBLUE's agency, FNC Entertainment made the announcement through CNBLUE's official Japan site on Wednesday to hold a Japan Arena Tour kicking off in Nagoya on October 2 through October 21 performing total of 9 shows in 6 locations.

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CNBLUE's Japan Arena Tour is scheduled to begin at Nagoya (Nippon Gaishi Hall) for two days on October 2-3, then continuing to Niigata (Toki Messe) on October 7, Osaka (Osaka Castle Hall) on October 10-11, Hiroshima (Hiroshima Green Arena) on October 13, Shizuoka (Shizuoka Ecopa Arena) on October16 and then concluding the tour at Saitama (Saitama Super Arena) for two days on October 20-21.

CNBLUE's Japan Arena Tour that is expected to heat up Japan is expected to draw in approximately 100,000 fans.

Photo Credit: FNC Entertainment

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