CNBLUE Confirms Latin America Tour in 2014, 'First Korean Band'
By Diana Shin | December 09, 2013 08:28 AM EST
Band CNBLUE will be the first Korean band to hold a Latin America tour.
FNC Entertainment stated on December 9, "CNBLUE will begin their Latin America tour starting in Mexico on January 26, Peru on January 28 and Chile on January 31."
These concerts will be held at the Pepsi Center WTC, Parque del la Exposicion, Movistar Arena and hold 5,000 seats at each location.
These concert locations are famous for having stars such as Bob Dylan, Keane, Alicia Keys, Maroon 5 and others perform there.
CNBLUE has visited Chile back in November for the 'Music Bank in Chile' performance, but they have not held their own solo concert in Latin America.
CNBLUE commented, "We are so happy that we are finally able to fulfill our dream of having a tour in latin America. We will be preparing a lot of events and performances for this tour. This is our first time visiting Peru and Mexico and our second time in Chile. We are so excited to meet our fans."
CNBLUE has visited many other counties including Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong and others as part of their world tour in 2013.
On the other hand, CNBLUE is currently on their Japan arena tour and will be attending the '2013 FNC Kingdom in Japan-Fantastic &Crazy' family concert on December 28-29.
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