KARA-Quincy Jones to Perform at World Peace Concert, 'Hiroshima 2013'

By Staff Writer | July 31, 2013 12:14 AM EDT

KARA-Quincy Jones to Perform at World Peace Concert, 'Hiroshima 2013'
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Girl group KARA and conductor Jung Myung Hoon along with the 'King of Pop' Quincy Jones will be performing at the Japan 'Hiroshima 2013' concert to spread the word of peace.

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This concert started on July 27 and will continue on to August 5. This is the 'Peace Arch Hiroshima Project' that is part of the 'World Peace Concert Hiroshima 2013'.

Many other artists from various genres will also be performing at the concert as well.

An official commented, "We are excited to have popular group KARA perform at the concert. We hope that this will also be another stepping stone between Korea and Japan as well."

This concert will also show traditional Japan dance and other performances to further spread the culture and peace of Japan.

Tagged :  KARA, Quincy Jones, Japan, Hiroshima 2013

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