SHINee to Hold Second Exclusive Concert in July
By Staff Writer | June 14, 2012 07:50 AM EDT
SHINee will be holding their second exclusive concert titled ‘SHINee World 2.’
SM Entertainment announced on June 14, "SHINee will be holding their concert for two days on July 21 and 22 at the Olympic Park Gymnastics Stadium in Seoul. They will present a variety of music and show a different kind of charm."
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The concert tour will be held in Seoul, as well as other major cities in Asia.
The anticipation for this second exclusive concert of SHINee is very high as they have already successfully held their first Asia tour between 2010 and 2011 and have also held concerts world-wide in New York, London, Paris, Moscow, Sydney, and more.
SM said, "For this concert, we are planning to captivate the audience with powerful performances and brilliant stage production consisting of performance of SHINee's hit songs and other songs included in their albums, individual performances, and more," and added, "Ticket can be reserved at G Market on June 21 at 8PM KST."
Meanwhile, SHINee finished their promotion of ‘Sherlock,’ they have been touring Japan since April 25 with great success. Starting with the concert in Fukuoka, they will hold 20 concerts in 7 different cities.
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