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FTISLAND, Solo Concert in September 'All Tickets Sold Out As Soon As Ticket Sales Opened'

By Staff Writer | August 13, 2012 09:26 PM EDT


Band FTISLAND sold all of the tickets for their 6th solo concert, proving their popularity.

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FTISLAND is holding their solo concert 'TAKE FTISLAND' on September 1st and 2nd in Seoul, and all the tickets to this concert were sold out. It has been one year since their last solo concert, 'PLAY FTISLAND', on August 20th and 21st of last year.

FTISLAND's agency FNC Entertainment said, "As soon as ticket sales opened on the 10th, all 3000 seats were sold out."

The CJ E&M in charge of the concert also said, "FTISLAND is known to have one of the highest concert ticket sales not just in Korea but also in other countries, but fans in Korea are all the more excited because it has been 1 year since their last concert in Korea."

Photo Credit: FNC Entertainment

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