FTISLAND's Concert Drives 4,500 Fans Wild in Thailand
By Staff Writer | June 10, 2012 10:49 AM EDT
FTISLAND successfully concluded their concert, ‘PLAY! FTISLAND In Bangkok’ with over 4,500 fans on June 9 at Thunder Dome.
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FTISLAND showed off their amazing stage presence and charisma with all their hit songs over the last 5 years since their debut. The concert was held just in time to celebrate the group’s 5th anniversary. The overpowering energy and sound created an unforgettable experience for both the group and their fans.
As the concert continued on fans surprised the band during one particular song performance of ‘We Hope to Become Lovers,’ as all the fans held up red hearts and sang along the entire song with them from the beginning to the end.
The fans continued to impress the group with the different props they had prepared for each song. For the song ‘Primadonna’ they had signs that stated ‘FT Daebak’ and for the song ‘I’m GoingTo Confess’ they had yellow paper planes thrown onto the stage.
FTISLAND will continue their Asia tour ‘PLAY! FTISLAND’ in Hong Kong next month. Beforehand FTISLAND will kick off their four city Japan tour ‘FTISLAND Summer Tour 2012 ~ RUN! RUN! RUN!’ on June 24.
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