Big Bang Announces Additional Dates for US Tour in Same Cities
By Staff Writer | September 29, 2012 07:19 AM EDT
On the Big Bang Official Facebook around midnight of September 29th, Big Bang announces another chance for US VIPs to see them in person. It can be remembered that their BIGBANG Alive Galaxy Tour sold out both the Los Angeles (Anaheim) and New Jersey dates only after two hours.
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Due to popular demand, YG Entertainment and the organizer Powerhouse, opened two more dates, one in each US stop. Los Angeles/Anaheim gets the additional show a day earlier (November 2nd), and New Jersey also gets a Friday date (November 8th). Tickets start selling via Ticketmaster and Powerhouse on October 6th, 10 AM ET/PT.
The official details as shared on the BIGBANG Facebook are as follows:
Listen up U.S. VIPs! We're very happy to announce that 2 additional shows in US just have been confirmed!!
Which means there will be 2 shows in LA (Nov.2nd and 3rd) and 2 shows in NJ (Nov. 8th and 9th).
Additional tickets go on sale at 10:00 am (ET/PT) Saturday, October 6th, 2012.
For detailed info, please visit: http://www.ticketmaster.com/Bigbang-tickets/artist/1394173
Big Bang proves their popularity anywhere they go, as tickets often sell out in all their stops, and additional dates also often keep getting announced.
Will you be battling it out for tickets to the Big Bang Alive Galaxy Tour this time around?
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