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2PM Wrap Up 1st World Tour With Final Performance In Shanghai

By Diana S | April 06, 2015 08:40 AM EDT


Group 2PM has completed their first world tour, Go Crazy, with their final performance in Shanghai this past Saturday at the Mercedes-Benz Arena.

This is their first concert by the group in Shanghai since their high-touch event back in 2012.

For their final concert, they performed popular tracks including, “Heartbeat,” “Hot, “Go Crazy,” “Without U” and other hit songs.

The group also prepared several of their Chinese tracks to thank their fans for waiting so long.

This tour began last October and continued to Thailand, Beijing, Shanghai, US and other countries.

“We wanted to have a Go Crazy concert in Mexico,” wrote Sara Ruiz in a comment posted to 2PM’s official Facebook page yesterday.

Other fans also hoped that the group would visit their country next time as well.

“I hope for their next tour they would come to the Philippines,” wrote Facebook user Monique Arrabis yesterday.

Starting tomorrow, the group will embark on their Japanese arena tour to promote their fourth Japanese album, “2PM of 2PM.”

They will be heading to four cities in Japan with nine stops including Fukuoka, Nagoya, Yokohama and Hokkaido.

Tagged :  2PM, world tour, Shanghai, China, finale


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