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CNBLUE's 2016 Concert Season Off To A Flying Start With Energizing Performance In Bangkok

By iReporter Team | January 22, 2016 08:44 AM EST


Last Saturday, a flying cap hit the forehead of CNBLUE leader Jung Yong Hwa as the quartet stood on stage thanking their fans after completing their over two-hour-long "Come Together" concert in Bangkok, Thailand.

All hyped-up with seemingly little regard for the safety of the musicians, the over-zealous fans at the Impact Arena showered the Korean pop rock band in gifts. Audience members handed directly or lobbed gifts such as stuffed toys and towels onto the three protruding stages to show their love for bassist Lee Jung Shin, drummer Kang Min Hyuk, guitarist Lee Jong Hyun and lead singer Jung Yong Hwa.

At previous concerts, Jung could be seen picking up and placing these toys by the side so that he and his band mates will be spared from tripping on stage, especially when the atmosphere turned euphoric during their shows.

The band gave an energetic performance, wooing the screaming crowd during the fourth stop of their Come Together concert tour which started in Shanghai last October. Most of the songs from their latest "2gether" Korean album were presented, together with some from their popular Japanese releases, a rare occurrence at the group's shows outside Japan.

As the band performs live, each CNBLUE concert tends to be a unique experience for those in attendance. Impromptu improvisations are a constant element of the group's live performances and fans in Bangkok were also treated to new re-arrangements of hits like "I'm a Loner" and "Lovelight," the latter which had become unrecognizable for some fans.

Singapore will be the next Asian stop for this tour, just in time for Valentine's Day with a performance scheduled on February 13 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. As a safety measure, the concert promoter will not allow any fan board that is larger than A4 size to enter the venue.


Date: February 13, 2016 (Saturday)
Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium
Time: 7PM
Ticket Price: S$268, $208, $178, $148, $118 (Exclude booking fee)
Booking Hotline: 3158 7888
Tickets are also available at all Singpost outlet and Singapore Indoor Stadium box office.

Tagged :  CNBLUE


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