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Infinite Sells Out All of Its Concerts

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2012.02.29 13:54 Mwave Park, HyunMin Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Infinite managed to sell out all four of its concerts in Seoul and Japan, a streak which started with the group’s first concert in Japan on September 2011 and continued through the Seoul, Japan and encore concerts.

Infinite most recently sold out all 10,000 tickets for its encore concert Second Invasion – Evolution, which is to be held on April 1 in Seoul. Selling out the concert earned Infinite an ‘all concerts sold out’ record. The 150,000 people who rushed to the ticket site to get tickets even almost brought the site’s servers down.

Infinite Sells Out All of Its Concerts

For the concert previously held in Japan, all 15,000 tickets sold out in just 10 minutes, bringing those fans who weren’t able to get tickets to gather in front of the venue on the day of the concert.

Officials say that fans continue to call in to ask for tickets, saying, “I don’t care about the grade of the tickets, just as long as I get in” and “Those fans who have seen the concert already should please yield.”

A rep from the music division of CJ E&M, which put together the concert, said, “It’s not an easy record to sell out the Gymnastics Arena. It’s even harder to gain such a big success with an encore concert. Infinite, armed with powerful choreography and strong vocals, is growing as a new star in the concert business.”

The encore concert, Second Invasion – Evolution, will be aiming to become a more perfect concert compared to the first concert, and will provide more sights to see on a grand scale with stage settings, audio, lights and special effects.

Photo credit: CJ E&M

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