JYP Entertainment to Hold 'Fan's Day' Event!
By Staff Writer | July 20, 2012 08:01 AM EDT
JYP Entertainment has announced a special event called 'Fan's Day,' to better express their gratitudes to their fans.
'Fan's Day' will be launching for the first time this year and they plan to hold it annually in the beginning of August.
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It'll take place on August 3rd and run through the 5th from 10AM to 10PM, and fans will be able to attend the event for free.
The event will take place at the Platoon Kunsthalle for this year, and will be able to reserve tickets starting from the 25th.
This event will include a fan art exhibition, exhibitions on the artists' outfits, pictures, and videos, cover dance contests, and other surprise events that fans can participate in. Those who want to participate in the cover dance contest and exhibition can look up rules and guidelines on the official homepage.
Representatives stated, "We decided to run this event to get closer with the fans who have always supported us. We hope that a lot of people will participate and get closer with their favorite stars."
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