100% to Release New Song at First Solo Concert on December 29

By Diana Shin | December 09, 2013 12:31 PM EST

100% to Release New Song at First Solo Concert on December 29

Group 100% will be holding their first solo concert, 'ALL 100%'.

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Their agency revealed today, "100% will be holding their first solo concert on December 29 and they will be performing their new song for their upcoming comeback at the concert as well."

They will be performing many of their hit songs including, "Only U", "Want U Back" and others as well as a Christmas song that was produced by the members.

There will also be special solo and unit stage performances prepared as well along with covers of songs and other fun events.

100% stated how excited they were to be able to hold a concert with their fans. They have prepared a lot and hope that the fans are just as excited as they are.

On the other hand, 100% will be holding their '100% Xmas Show' in Japan from December 24-27 before their solo concert.

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