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T-ARA’s First Showcase in Malaysia This October

By Staff Writer | June 22, 2012 04:56 PM EDT

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T-ARA’s First Showcase in Malaysia This October

 


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T-ARA will hold their first showcase in Malaysia to meet fans in Malaysia for the first time on October 3, at Dewan Wawasan, Menara PGRM, Kuala Lumpar.

The popular girl group is currently preparing for their comeback releasing the teaser image of their Sci-Fi music video "Day by Day" for their upcoming album. The group is signed under Core Contents Media debuted in 2009. T-ARA made a loud entrance to the Japanese music market by signing with J-ROCK with the highest paying contract ever for girl groups that debut in Japan.

Currently is preparing for their first opening ceremony of their official fan club "QUEEN's" on July 14 and first solo concert in Korea on August 11 at Jamsil Stadium.

The tickets for the Malaysia showcase will go on sale on Monday, June 25.

For more information, please visit the website or contact enquiry hotline: TicketCharge 03-9222 8811 / JazzyGroup 03-5622 1600 & 016-2706253.

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