FTISLAND 2012 Homecoming Seoul Concert Set for September
By Staff Writer | August 07, 2012 09:01 PM EDT
On their official Facebook page, as well as other fan cafe sites, FTISLAND has announced the dates for their homecoming Seoul concerts for 2012. Returning to Korea after completing their Play! FTISLAND international tours in Asia, and the collaborative Stand Up by M! Live with CNBLUE in the United States, and more recently packing stadiums in Japan for their Run Run Run Summer Arena Tour, the five treasures are now preparing to give their best to their fans in Seoul again. In a concert dubbed, "Take FTISLAND", the boys will again rock the stage in Seoul, at the Olympic Hall, in Olympic Park on a 2-day back-to-back concert slated for September 1st and 2nd. This will be the band's first Seoul Concert on their fifth year as artists. They had a fan meeting in Seoul in June to celebrate their anniversary.
Fanclub member ticketing begins August 7th, and public ticketing opens August 9th.
The band's official Facebook states the following description for the concert:
Once again! They're Back!
FTISLAND, who had successfully completed their 2012 Japan tour with 60,000 fans have finally come back to Korea. With their mini album [Grown up], FTISLAND traveled all over the world including America, Japan, Hong Kong and now they're back to their home land.
This September, our boys will be back once again with more maturity that grows every day. Follow as they lead!
See as you see, Hear as you hear.
Hold their hands and listen to their songs!
Take five boys as just the way they are.
FTISLAND is reaching out their hands.
Understand their mind and follow the way they lead.
Be prepared. They will lead you.
Powerful performance and refreshing songs.
Let's jump in to their fantastic world of music..
By: Dorothy A. @ KPopStarz
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