BEAST's Reason for Holding Concert at ZEPP Tour?
By Staff Writer | August 27, 2012 02:10 PM EDT
Idol group BEAST will be holding a Japan ZEPP Tour in October.
Starting on October 11, BEAST will begin their ZEPP tour in Sapporo for a total of 6 cities and 12 performances. However, they gained attention for choosing the ZEPP stage location.
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BEAST had held their tour at the Yokohama Arena in March and at the Saitama Super Arena on August 8. BEAST is well known for always selling out of their tickets at these big arena locations.
Cube Entertainment stated, "BEAST will be performing at the ZEPP location this October. They have always performed at large scale arenas and this time around they wanted to perform on a stage that they have never stood on before. They want to go to these new places to meet with their fans from all over Japan. This would be a great chance for fans who live in more rural and small cities."
BEAST has recently won the 'triple crown' with their new song, "It's a Beautiful Night."
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