Big Bang Becomes First Foreign Artist to Hold Japanese Dome Tour Three Years Straight
For the first time for a foreign artist in Japan, Big Bang will be holding a dome tour for the third consecutive year.
Big Bang will kick off the the Big Bang World Tour 2015~2016 ′Made′ in Japan at the Tokyo Dome on November 12 to 15. The group will be performing at the Osaka Kyocera Dome on November 20 to 22, the Fukuoka Yafuoku Dome on November 28 to 29, the Nagoya Dome on December 5 to 6, and the Osaka Kyocera Dome on January 9 to 11 in 2016, hitting up four cities with 14 concerts and an estimate of 71,000 fans in the audience.
This upcoming Japanese dome tour will be Big Bang′s third, following Big Bang Japan Dome Tour 2013~2014 and Big BAng Japan Dome Tour 2014~2015 "X", a record that is said to be difficult to achieve for Japanese artists, let alone, a first for a foreign artist.
Big Bang also plans on traveling to China, South East Asia, as well as other areas around the world with plans to hit up 15 countries with 70 concerts and meet an estimate of 1,400,000 fans. This is the largest scale that a Korean artist has ever planned for a world tour.
Starting from May 1 until August 1, Big Bang will release special project single albums with more than one song as part of the Made Series, making a comeback after three years. The complete album, Made will be released on September 1.
The first project single album, containing the two songs, Loser and Bae Bae, will be released on May 1.
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