Hottest K-Pop Male Artists SHINee, Teen Top, Jay Park, B1A4, and 7.9.4.2 will Attend Boyz Nite Out in Singapore

By Staff Writer | June 12, 2012 06:20 PM EDT

Hottest K-Pop Male Artists SHINee, Teen Top, Jay Park, B1A4, and 7.9.4.2 to Attend Boyz Nite Out in Singapore
Hottest K-Pop Male Artists SHINee, Teen Top, Jay Park, B1A4, and 7.9.4.2 to Attend Boyz Nite Out in Singapore (Photo : .)

Popular K-Pop idols SHINee, Teen Top, Jay Park, B1A4, 7.9.4.2 will be dominating shores of Singapore on June 15.

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K-Pop fans will be excited to know 4 popular K-Pop artists will be performing at Singapore Indoor Stadium to attend Boyz Nite Out. The event is organized by Launch Entertainment and Contents Storage Group to join forces to hold this one-night musical extravaganza.

The event is to take place over a course of two and half hours. The event will kick off at 7PM local time. The stage will be graced by SHINee, Teen Top, Jay Park B1A4 and much anticipated rookie group 7.9.4.2. Fans will surely enjoy this visual and musical event that is set to be a memorable event.

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