Big Bang Alive Galaxy Tour 2012 Comes to the U.S.!
By Staff Writer | September 19, 2012 03:02 PM EDT
YG Entertainment and Live Nation have teamed together to announce the first ever U.S. tour for popular idol group Big Bang. Tickets will begin to go on sale at 10 AM on September 22 through ticketmaster.com
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The two confirmed dates for the U.S. tour are on November 3 at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California and November 9 at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.
This 'Big Bang Alive Galaxy Tour' started in March with all tickets sold out. The tour continued on to Japan and China where all tickets were sold out as well. Other countries that they toured were all sold out concerts as well.
Big Bang is known for their unique and flashy performance and style. They are well known in most parts of Asia and all over the world.
Although they are a great group all together, they are also gaining recognition for their individual activities. G-Dragon has recently come out with his second solo album One of a Kind and T.O.P has recently acted in the new movie, "Alumni," Youngest member Seungri is also becoming very popular in Japan with his own TV show.
This tour has collaborated with a famous production team that has produced Lady Gaga, Madonna and Michael Jackson.
This year has been a good year for Big Bang with each of their music videos gaining over 10 million views. Their songs were also high on the charts with their Alive album. This group also won last year's "Best Worldwide Act" on the MTV EMA's.
You can find out more about Big Bang on their Facebook page here.
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