Big Bang Reveal News Of Summer Comeback During Final Concert Of Their Dome Tour Of Japan

Group Big Bang has become the first overseas artists in Japan to hold a five dome tour two years in a row.

This past Sunday, Big Bang completed their Big Bang Japan Dome Tour 2014-2015 in Osaka at the Kyocera Dome.

Last year marked the group’s 5th year since debuting in Japan and in order to celebrate, they held a five dome tour starting last November.

They started in Nagoya and continued to Osaka, Fukuoka, Sapporo, Tokyo and ended in Osaka once again. They performed 15 times in 5 cities and met with 741,000 fans.

According to reports, Big Bang recruited a top class staff for the show, helping to create a more professional and standout show.

Jamie King, a popular producer who has worked with Michael Jackson and Madonna and other top stars, was chosen to be the main producer of Big Bang’s Japan tour.

Roy Bennett, a famous lighting designer, was also a part of the top class staff. Benet has worked with Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Bruno Mars and other famous artists as well.

For this tour, the group invested a large amount of money and time to create a tour that stood apart from the rest. From a world class staff to large scale stages and props, they received a positive response from fans and media alike, according to reports.

The group opened their finale stage with “Fantastic Baby” and continued with “Tonight”, “Bad Boy”, “My Heaven” and more.

They performed 20 songs in a total of 3 hours as their final concert of their tour came to a close.

“Last time, we were sad that we weren’t able to show a new and fresh stage,” Big Bang leader G-Dragon commented. “We promise to make a comeback with a new album for you all this year. Please keep a look out for us. We will make sure your time wasn’t wasted.”

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