Big Bang Frist Korean Artist Performing 3-Dome Concert in Japan
By Staff Writer | September 10, 2012 11:09 AM EDT
Idol group Big Bang will perform their first three concert dome tour in Japan.
YG Entertainment today announced the group to hold additional concert date added as finale concert for "Big Bang Alive Tour 2012 in Japan."
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The additional dates added are to take place at Kyocera Dome in Osaka on November 23-24 and at Tokyo Dome on December 5, and lastly "Special Final in Dome" at Fukuoka's Yahoo! Japan Dome on December 22.
As thus the group becomes the first Korean artist to perform at all three venues during its tour. Big Bang earlier this year, kicked off their Japanese leg in May and June in 5 cities with 13 concerts. Now in addition of remaining concerts in 2012, the group will have performed for 355,000 fans in Japan.
YG Entertainment decided to add additional dome concert in December at Fukuoka's Yahoo! Japan Dome due to fan's insistent demand to see their favorite group.
Big Bang will continue their global tour kicking off the "Big Bang Alive Galaxy Tour 2012" leg beginning in Singapore on September 28.
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