Friday, January 21, 2011

Big Bang 40,000-seater concert a complete sellout!

Boy band Big Bang's upcoming annual concert, set to accomodate some 40,000 fans, has soldout after attracting over one million people rushed to a website to grab tickets, according to the group's agency YG Entertainment on Friday.
A press release by YG revealed today that the tickets, sold in three separate rounds from Tuesday to Thursday on online shopping and reservation site G-Market, attracted 250,000 fans the first round, then 300,000 the next round and 450,000 the final time.
Big Bang's "2011 BIG SHOW" is set to be staged at Seoul's Gymnastic Stadium of the Olympic Park from February 25 to 27.
Big Bang members expressed their gratitude for the enthusiastic response for their upcoming concert through the statement and added they have been preparing a lot for both the upcoming concert.
Most importantly, the concert will mark Big Bang's much-anticipated return to the K-pop music scene for the first time in over two years - their third full-length album will be released on February 24.

Big Bang is currently active through its unit activities composed of duo G-Dragon and TOP and solo Seungri under which both teams have released their first albums titled "GD & T. OP" and "VVIP," respectively.
Known as one of the biggest idol names in the country, the group composed of members G-Dragon, TOP, Seungri, Daesung and Taeyang, had released a number of smash-hit songs which swept music charts for several weeks.
Then in the summer of 2009, Big Bang crossed over to the Japanese music market where several of their singles placed in the top slots of the prestigious Oricon chart.
Starting May, they will hold a nationwide tour where they are expected to perform for a total 160,000 fans.

CREDIT : Vic @ Big Bang Updates,

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