2AM To Spread The Holiday Spirit This December With Special Christmas Concert in LA
By Staff Writer | October 05, 2013 04:48 PM EDT
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K-Pop ballad group 2AM wants you to spend Christmas with them this year!
The four-member idol group has announced plans for their first solo concert stateside this December, just in time for the holiday season.
2AM has held many Christmas-themed shows in Korea since their 2008 debut, but this year they are bringing their singing talents to the US for a special holiday treat.
Sunday, December 15, the smooth-voiced quartet will hit the stage at Club Nokia in Los Angeles for 2013 2AM Concert Nocturne in Christmas.
The concert will feature a balance between music and narrative, a concept the concert promoters are billing as 'music drama' and will bridge together a variety of music genres and performances. A new duet performance will also premiere at the Nocturne show.
The chart-topping ballad group from JYP Entertainment excited fans at KCON 2013 in LA this past August as part of an all-star lineup that also included big K-Pop acts G-Dragon, EXO, and f(x). The Christmas concert will be the group's triumphant solo return to America's West Coast where they are sure to impress fans with their passionate and emotional performances.
The winter special is being produced by Big Hit Entertainment, CJ E&M, AEG Live, and Powerhouse and is sure to be a night to remember for thousands of American 2AM fans.
Tickets for Nocturne in Christmas are set to go on sale next Saturday, October 10am PDT and can be purchased through the powerhouselive.net and axs.com.
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