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CN Blue to Be the First Korean Band to Hold South American Tour

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2013.12.09 16:16 Newsen Lee Na Rae Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

CN Blue will be the first Korean band to hold a tour in South America.

Due to many fans’ requests, CN Blue has decided to visit Mexico on January 26, Peru on the 28 and Chile on the 31.

The band will be holding its performance in Mexico City’s ‘Pepsi Center WTC,’ where Bob Dylan once held a performance, Lima’s ‘Parque de la Exposicion’ where English band Keane performed last April and Santiago’s ‘Movistar Arena’ where worldwide famous stars such as Maroon 5, Jennifer Lopez, Alicia Keys, Bruno Mars, Black Eyed Peas and more held their performances.

Each place is known to hold about 5,000 people.

CN Blue to Be the First Korean Band to Hold South American Tour

CN Blue had visited Chile in November of 2012 for KBS 2TV’s Music Bank in Chile, but has never previously held a solo concert in the area.

It has been reported that the group’s visit in Chile had caused numerous fans to follow them wherever they went, from the airport to the hotel, proving the group’s popularity in the country.

“We are happy to be finally doing a tour in South America. We will work hard to show the best performances. This will be our first time in Mexico and Peru, and second time in Chile, but we are very excited,” said CN Blue.

The members previously held a world tour visiting Asian countries like Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, Philippines and China as well as Sydney and Melbourne in Australia.

Meanwhile, CN Blue is currently in Japan for the arena tour titled One More Time and will attend FNC Entertainment’s first family concert between December 28 and 29.

Photo credit: CN Blue’s official Facebook

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