Big Bang Announces Lima and Sao Paulo Stops of ‘Alive Tour 2012’
By Staff Writer | June 12, 2012 09:03 AM EDT
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Big Bang has been revealing the list of countries for their highly anticipated first world tour through official tour Facebook page, after sharing the list of Asia tour locations along with North America has now confirmed the first stop in South America.
Two new locations of Brazil (Sao Paulo) and Peru (Lima) have been added to the list of Big Bang’s world tour stops. Brazil and Peru stop were confirmed on June 8 however the cities or dates were neither confirmed. Now fans are excitedly awaiting the announcement of the date and venue of the concert.
The group’s first world tour has garnered a lot of attention was the groups popularity began to fan out as the group was recognized through their 5th mini-album ‘Alive’ released on February 26. And most recently has achieved an all-kill with its special edition title song ‘Monster’ as soon as it was released on June 3. The special edition album is showing their popularity as if the group has just released a new studio album, helping the group propel forward in leading the K-Pop movement.
Big Bang is currently in the midst of the ‘Alive Tour 2012 in Japan’ continuing their concert until May 27.
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