B1A4 to Hold First Solo Concert Since Debut, 'BABA B1A4'
By Staff Writer | October 12, 2012 11:27 AM EDT
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'Super rookie' group B1A4 will be holding their first solo concert just 1 year and 6 months after their debut.
Today, WM Entertainment stated that B1A4 would be holding their first solo concert, 'BABA B1A4', on December 8-9 at the SK Olympic Handball Stadium.
It is very rare to see a rookie group that only been around for 2 years to hold a solo concert. B1A4 has been gaining much attention with their hit songs.
CJ E&M commented, "B1A4 has been the most successful debut idol group from last year. They hope to show their different side at their first solo concert. They have been practicing and working hard to bring their fans the best performance."
Today, WM Entertainment also released B1A4's concert poster. The poster showed the member's serious faces on an otherwise comically illustrated background.
After releasing the news of their first solo concert on their official page, they have reached 25,000 views on their site.
Ticket sales will begin on October 18 through Mnet, YES24 and Interpark.
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