[Live] 2NE1 Fans Perform Flashmob for 'New Evolution' Tour!
By Staff Writer | August 17, 2012 05:57 PM EDT
As 2NE1 prepares for their first solo headlining tour as an all-female K-Pop group and about 40 fans have gathered in front of the Prudential Center to perform a flash mob.
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The fans gathered for a flash mob between 5PM to 5:30PM EDT in support of the girls' concert organized by 1oo% K-pop Generation and ILOVEDANCE. It drew the attention of by passers.
Through the photos taken by KpopStaz all the hard work and efforts that went into making the flash mob is evident.
2NE1 comes to the New York area as part of their first global tour, "New Evolution" debut stops in the US. The girls' will head to 10 cities in seven countries this summer, as they have successfully completed their concert in Seoul last month. The first stop in the states will be Newark, New Jersey tonight, 8PM EDT, at the Prudential Center and the concert is in preparation with nearly 80 staff, volunteers and security officers.
Please be on the lookout by visiting the special coverage page of "2NE1 Global Tour New Evolution in US" for continuous update.
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