[UPDATED] Tickets for Big Bang's US Tour Go On Sale This Saturday!
By Staff Writer | September 19, 2012 11:50 AM EDT
On Monday, September 17th, Powerhouse revealed more information and the ticket sale date for the most-awaited concert of Korea's top boy group, Big Bang, on their Facebook page.
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Presented by YG Entertainment and Live Nation, Big Bang is scheduled to perform in two cities just like their fellow labelmates 2NE1. Their first stop will be at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California on November 3, 2012 at 8pm, and their second stop at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey on November 9, 2012 at 8pm.
Tickets for the Big Bang Alive Galaxy Tour 2012 will officially go on sale this Saturday, September 22, 2012 at 10am (EDT/PDT) via Ticketmaster.com.
[UPDATE] Powerhouse tweeted the prices of their tickets:
BIGBANG CONCERT ticket prices are: $50, $70, $90, $120, $160, $200, and $300 (VIP PACKAGE)
The VIP package includes a Big Bang goodie, access to their rehearsal and the concert ticket itself.
Followers of Powerhouse along with fans of Big Bang commented on official news saying, "Finally! It's about time!", "Can't wait! I'm so ready to buy my ticket!", "Oh snap! I can't belive it! Let's do it!" expressing the ongoing excitement and relief that the concert is finally coming.
Are you ready to buy your ticket(s) this Saturday? Good luck!
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