Ikon To Hold An Arena Tour Following Their Ikon Japan Dome Tour 2017

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iKON to hold an arena tour following their 'iKON JAPAN DOME TOUR 2017'
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iKON to hold an arena tour following their 'iKON JAPAN DOME TOUR 2017'

iKON recently wrapped up the last show for their 'iKON JAPAN DOME TOUR 2017', but they're not done as the group will hold an arena tour later this year!

The arena tour will begin in September at Hyogo/Kobe World Memorial Hall and will continue through several cities in Japan including: Nagano, Fukuoka, and Hiroshima for a total of 8 locations and 22 shows all around Japan. The group is to perform in front of 233,000 people and the tour is expected to last until November.

Stay tuned for more news on iKON.

iKON Is All Set For Comeback This Month; Japan Dome Tour 2017 Set For May 20, June 17
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iKON Is All Set For Comeback This Month; Japan Dome Tour 2017 Set For May 20, June 17

Following WINNER's successful comeback with their album Fate Number For, YG Entertainment is again gearing for another comeback this May as it teases what's in store iKON's next album. The label is revealed to be very optimistic about the comeback following the reception of WINNER, even without its fifth member Nam Tae Hyun who left the group last year due to health issues.

Based on a report by All Kpop, YG Entertainment has started releasing teasers about iKON's comeback. The group was supposed to make their comeback last month and it was even reported that they began to shoot their music video as early as April but recent attention has been given by YG to WINNER since they were restarting as a quartet with the departure of their main vocalist.

iKON successfully wrap up their first Japanese dome tour
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iKON successfully wrap up their first Japanese dome tour

iKON has successfully wrapped up their first Japanese dome tour.

The boys kicked off the tour last year and ended in Osaka on the 20th. They saw over 322,000 fans in total and made a record for the most audience members for a rookie in their first year of debut (in Japan), as well as being the international artist with the shortest time period since debut to have a dome tour in Japan.

SEE ALSO: iKON lean back in 'Bling Bling' MV teaser 2!

iKON opened up the concert through "SINOSIJAK" and "Just Another Day". They performed an acoustic version of "My Type" as well as "#WYD?", "Apology", "Airplane", and more. Bobby and B.I also had unit and solo stages.

Taeyang Solo Concert: BIG BANG Member Announces Tour Dates For 'SOL Japan Stadium Tour 2017'
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Taeyang Solo Concert: BIG BANG Member Announces Tour Dates For 'SOL Japan Stadium Tour 2017'

After BIG BANG's Daesung successfully concluded his D-LITE Japan Dome Tour this month and ruled the Japanese charts with his solo mini album "D-Day", its Taeyang's turn to take the Japanese stage this July. The BIG BANG member recently confirmed the schedule of "SOL Japan Stadium Tour 2017."

According to his Instagram post, Taeyang will be holding a series of solo concerts on July 8 and 9, and again on August 5 and 6. Taeyang did not announce whether his solo album will be a Japanese album like Daesung's solo album.

TWICE To Hold 1st World Tour “TWICELAND’ In Singapore On 29 April
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TWICE To Hold 1st World Tour “TWICELAND’ In Singapore On 29 April

Dear ONCE, listen up, for this chance won't come TWICE!

The nation's favourite girl group is hitting Singapore, and they are inviting you to their first World Tour 'TWICELAND' that is happening on 29 April!

JYP's popular female group TWICE, has hit the K-pop scene with a heavy impact from debut. The flawless 9 membered girl group consists of Leader Jihyo, members Nayeon, Jungyeon, Momo, Sana, Mina, Dahyun, Chaeyoung and youngest Tzuyu.

Straight from the survival show 'SIXTEEN', the girls debuted with 'OOH-AAH' in October 2015, turning heads left and right. The girl group has since then released 3 EPS and a repackage album. They also have a scheduled 4th EP coming up for their Japan debut during summer! The girls are well known for their song 'CHEER UP', which won several 'Song of the Year' awards, and their records during 'TT' and 'KNOCK KNOCK' for being the fastest girl group to reach 10M views on Youtube.