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Group Big Bang To Hold Another Japan 5 Dome Tour This Fall

By Staff Reporter | July 28, 2014 11:07 AM EDT


Big Bang will be making their highly-anticipate comeback this fall.

The popular K-pop group will begin their "dome tour" in Japan in Nagoya on November 15 and 16, then continue on to Osaka, Fukuoka, Sapporo and Tokyo, meeting with around 536,000 fans in the process.

Big Bang will be the first Korean idol group to hold a "5 dome tour" for two years in a row. Last year, they met with 771,000 fans while holding a tour in six cities and performing a total of 16 concerts.

"We are excited to meet with our fans once again this year. We plan to reveal a more upgraded and powerful performances this time round," stated Big Bang leader G-Dragon.

The five-member group will be heading to Tokyo on August 29 to attend the "a-nation" festival as well.

Big Bang will also be accompanying Psy, EpikHigh, 2NE1 and Winner for the "YG Family - 2014 Galaxy Tour: Power In Singapore" on September 13 and 14, according to TodayOnline.

Audiences will be able to experience solo, group and collaboration performances from these YG artists, according to a press statement regarding the fall concert. The concert will reportedly take place at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.

The members of Big Bang have been getting attention for their work outside of the idol group as of late. Taeyang and Daesung have been dominating music charts internationally with their latest solo albums while T.O.P has officially made his mark in the acting industry.

G-Dragon, the rapper who has succeeded in grasping the hearts of fans everywhere, even caught the attention of heiress Paris Hilton.

Hilton appeared on Story On's "True Live Show" on July 25 where she revealed, "GD is my favorite Korean musician."

G-Dragon and Paris Hilton met through the Mnet Asian Music Awards in 2013 where the former reality television star presented G-Dragon with the Male Singer Award, according to Yahoo Celebrity Philippines.

During his recent interview on the variety show "Entertainment Relay," G-Dragon stated that fans should be looking forward to new material from Big Bang in the near future, according to Allkpop.

"We are working hard on recording the album. We don't know when, but we are waiting to meet [our fans] as soon as possible so please wait a bit longer and we will greet you with a good album," stated G-Dragon. 

Tagged :  Big Bang, Japan, Dome Tour


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