News / Headlines / Comeback / Teaser / Music Video

SHINee’s Japan Arena Tour Sold Out Even Limited View Seats, Drawing in About 250,000 Fans

By Staff Reporter | April 23, 2012 11:47 AM EDT


SHINee’s Japan arena tours have entirely sold out receiving an explosive support.

SHINee announced ‘The First Japan Arena Tour –SHINee World 2012’ kicking off on April 25 in Fukuoka at Marine Messe leading to 7 cities of Hokkaido, Nagoya, Osaka, Kobe, Tokyo and Hiroshima.

Due to overwhelming response from fans the original 14 performances have increased to 20 concerts adding on 6 additional dates. However as even the additional dates were sold out and due to overwhelming request there has been additional seats that have been added, although additional tickets may have limited view yet even these tickets have been sold out on April 21 as soon as the tickets went on sale.

The tour is to include Marine Messe Fukuoka with 11,000 audiences, Sapooro at Makomanai Ice Arena with 11,000 audiences, Nagoya at Nippon Gaishi Hall with 30,000 audiences for 3 times, Osaka at Osaka Jo-Hall with 80,000 audiences for 5 times, Kobe at World Memorial Hall with 20,000 audiences for 2 times, Tokyo at Yoyogi National Gymnasium with 78,000 for 6 times, and Hiroshima at Hiroshima Green Arena with 20,000 audiences for 2 times. This brings to a total of about 250,000 fans, however this does not include the additional limited view seats that have been sold.

SHINee plans to release new Japanese single ‘Sherlock’ on May 16.

Tagged :  SHINee, SHINee World 2012


Interviews 03.02.19 | 08:49PM EST

Justin Park Reveals His Thoughts After Touring With f(x) Amber and His Recent MV

Justin Park Reveals His Thoughts For Touring With f(x) Amber and Recent MV

Concert / Event 02.13.19 | 11:54PM EST

M.O.N.T. Heads to the U.S. Asking 'Will You Be My Mint?' with a Tour

From the mountains of Ganghwa-do to stages worldwide – M.O.N.T heads to the United States on their 2019 M.O.N.T US Tour, “Will you be my Mint?”

See Now: BTS: 41 Fun Facts You Must Know About The Most Successful Kpop Boy Band (Bangtan Sonyeondan)

Real Time Analytics