CNBLUE will add two more concerts to the group’s world tour after selling out all the tickets for their stops in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore.
On Tuesday FNC Entertainment announced that the shows for the Blue Moon World Tour 2013 were sold out in the three locations.
Tickets for the 7,000 seats at the Hong Kong concert sold out in about five minutes, prompting the quartet to add one more show on May 10 in response to fan requests. Now the group will perform in Hong Kong for two days, on May 10 and May 11.
|A promotional image of CNBLUE. (FNC Entertainment)|
The group has also added Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to its itinerary. When CNBLUE sold out all tickets in Singapore, fans in Malaysia who weren’t able to get tickets sent in requests to FNC Entertainment to hold a concert in their country. The group will perform at Kuala Lumpur Stadium Negara on Aug. 24.
CNBLUE’s Blue Moon World Tour 2013 will start in Taiwan on April 6, followed by Singapore on April 13, Thailand on May 4 and Hong Kong on May 10 and 11. The tour will continue onto Seoul on May 25 and 26 before going to Australia on June 1 and the Philippines on June 15.
Meanwhile, in addition to the Asian countries that have been confirmed, CNBLUE also announced on Tuesday that they will soon confirm concert dates in Europe and the Americas.
By Bae Soo-min, Intern reporter