CNBLUE’s Japan concert sold out!
CNBLUE members Jung-shin, Jong-hyun, Yong-hwa and Min-hyuk [FNC Music]
Tickets for Korean rock band CNBLUE’s three concerts in Japan have been sold out, according to their agency FNC Music on Thursday.
A press release from FNC announced that the shows to be held at Hatch in Osaka (September 16), Bottom Line in Nagoya (September 18) and Shibuya-AX in Tokyo (September 20) have sold out.
This will be the group’s ninth sold-out show in the country since their first performance in October 2009.
“We were stunned and extremely happy our concerts sold out,” the members of CNBLUE were quoted as saying.
After performing in Japan, the four-member band will continue their Asia Tour, which kicked off in Korea on July 31, into Taiwan, Thailand, Hong Kong and Shanghai.
CNBLUE (Code Name Blue) released two singles in Japan before breaking into the local music scene in January with their mini-album “Bluetory.” They released their second mini-album “Bluelove” in May 19, which fared well in Korea and topped several weekly music charts in Taiwan as well.
In June, the boys released a new Japanese single album “The Way” and performed at a sold-out live concert in Osaka the same month.
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