CNBLUE Japan 'Arena Tour 2012' is Becoming a Great Success
By Staff Writer | October 12, 2012 08:42 AM EDT
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CNBLUE's "Arena Tour 2012" which started on October 2, is becoming a hot issue in Japan.
Starting on October 2, CNBLUE's "Arena Tour 2012~Come On~" will go around to 6 cities for a total of 9 performances in Japan.
The tour has gained much attention due to having almost 10,000 fans appear at the concert.
The tour will continue on to October 21 with their last performance at the Saitama Super Arena. So far the group successfully concluded their Osaka show on Wednesday and Thursday, with the remaining show at Hiroshima on Saturday, Shizuoka on October 16 and Saitama on October 20 and 21.
Their first Japan album which released on August 29 has ranked number 1 on the Oricon Weekly Chart. They plan to release their 4th Japan single on December 19.
CNBLUE Arena Tour 2012 ～COME ON!!!～
10/2(Tue) open18:00 / start19:00 NIPPON GAISHI HALL (NAGOYA)
10/3(Wed) open18:00 / start19:00 NIPPON GAISHI HALL (NAGOYA)
10/7(Sun) open17:00 / start18:00 TOKI MESSE (NIIGATA)
10/10(Wed) open18:00 / start19:00 OSAKA-JO HALL (OSAKA)
10/11(Thu) open18:00 / start19:00 OSAKA-JO HALL (OSAKA)
10/13(Sat) open17:00 / start18:00 HIROSHIMA GREEN ARENA (HIROSHIMA)
10/16(Tue) open17:30 / start18:30 SHIZUOKA ECOPA ARENA (SHIZUOKA)
10/20(Sat) open17:00 / start18:00 SAITAMA SUPER ARENA (SAITAMA)
10/21(Sun) open15:00 / start16:00 SAITAMA SUPER ARENA (SAITAMA)
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