CNBLUE has confirmed the launch of their first U.S. tour, Blue Moon. Earlier this year, the band has had much success with the release of their 4th mini album “RE: Blue”.
The album and title track “I’m Sorry” gained much attention not only in Korea, but on national music charts in Japan, Taiwan, and the Philippines.
CNBLUE began their tour in Taiwan in April and continued throughout Southeast Asia in countries such as Thailand and Hong Kong and made their way down to Australia.
Being K-pop’s leading rock band, CNBLUE was well received at all venues garnering much success for their tour. With such a favorable outcome in Southeast Asia, the band is now looking to further expand their music into parts of North America and Europe.
Their stops in the U.S. which include New York and Los Angeles, couldn’t be more perfect as both locations are leading K-pop beacons for the East and West Coast, respectively.
CNBLUE consists of four members, Jung Yong-Hwa, Lee Jong-Hyun, Kang Min-Hyuk and Lee Jung-Shin. They have not only proven their musical talent having played live concerts in Korea and abroad, but have also shown their knack for acting, having appeared in several popular Korean dramas.
This concert is hosted by the M-Live Project, which was created to develop the Korean music industry and globalize Korean music, says Powerhouse.
The U.S. Tour schedule is set for:
NY: Best Buy Theatre Time Square – Tuesday, January 21, 2014 @ 8 p.m.
LA: Pasadena Civic Auditorium – Friday, January 24, 2014 @ 8 p.m.
Tickets for Blue Moon World Tour in New York and Los Angeles are now on sale via axs.com, ticketmaster.com and powerhouselive.net.
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