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U-KISS, First Budokan Concert In Japan

By Staff Writer | July 02, 2012 10:37 AM EDT

U-KISS, First Budokan Concert In Japan

Idol group U-KISS will be holding their first concert in Budokan since their Japan debut about half a year ago.

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U-KISS's Japan agency commented on their homepage, "U-KISS will have their first Budokan Concert on September 5."

The Budokan concert will be held at a location where 10,000 people can be seated and is a place where many popular Japan singers have performed. BoA, TVXQ, 2PM and more have performed on this stage as well.

U-KISS commented, "We've heard that not only Japan artists, but also famous international artists have performed on this stage. Even though it's only been about 6 months since we've debuted in Japan, we are blessed to be able to tour in Japan and stand on this stage. We promise to bring the fans a great performance."

U-KISS will be touring this month in 9 cities for a total of 16 performances for their tour and will also be releasing their 3rd single, "Dear My Friend."



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