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Big Bang Performs for 24,000 Fans in New Jersey

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2015.10.12 14:01 Mwave Jeon Su Mi

Big Bang took the MADE world tour to New Jersey, captivating 24,000 fans and demonstrating their global popularity.

Big Big performed at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ on October 10 and 11, for a total of 24,000 fans over two days.

Big Bang Performs for 24,000 Fans in New Jersey

Fans couldn′t hide their excitement as they gathered in front of the Prudential Center hours before the New Jersey concert, singing and dancing along to Big Bang′s songs. From scores of fans gathering to perform a flash mob version of Bang Bang Bang to the line of fans waiting to get their hands on Big Bang merchandise spilling over into the streets, the Prudential Center was brimming with energy.

Big Bang opened the show with performances of the hits from the group′s ′MADE′ series, including If You and Loser and Sober,sending the fans into a frenzy. The fans′ excited screams hit an all-time high when Daesung played the drums during the Sober performance.

Big Bang kept the energy going with performances of Blue, Haru Haru, Bad Boy and Fanstastic Baby.

In addition to their group performances, the members packed the stage with sights to see through their solo stages. From G-Dragon and Taeyang′s Good Boy to GD&TOP′s Zutter, the members also rocked the stage with their live unit performances. The Big Bang members greet fans with waves throughout the show, up until the end of their encore performance, as a sign of thanks to the fans who came to show their support.

Big Bang, who is setting new records, having performed for a total of 73,000 fans in Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Anaheim, as well as Mexico and New Jersey, will take the tour to Toronto, Canada on October 13.

Photo credit: YG Entertainment

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