Korean Pop Group Adds 2nd Newark Show After Original Date Sells Out

NEWARK – Korean pop sensations BIGBANG have added a second show to the Newark stop on their tour. Tickets for the newly added Nov. 8 show at the Prudential Center will go on sale Saturday, Oct. 6, via LiveNation.com.

The originally announced Nov. 9 show sold out two hours after tickets went on sale last weekend.

BIGBANG initially kicked-off their global tour, “BIGBANG ALIVE GALAXY TOUR 2012,” in Korea in March, where they played for more than 30,000 fans, with three shows selling out instantly. They stormed Japan playing 13 sold out shows for more than 210,000 fans. They made history in Shanghai, Guangzhou and Beijing with 3 shows and more than 32,000 tickets sold.

BIGBANG Alive Galaxy World Tour 2012 has sold out in every country they have visited. In Jakarta, all tickets were sold out in a mere 10 minutes. In Singapore, all tickets were sold out shortly after its on sale and a second show was immediately announced to cope with the huge ticket demand from the enthusiastic fans. Later in Malaysia, they attracted more than 3,500 fans to queue up at the box office to fight for their tickets. Most recently in Taiwan, where BIGBANG is immensely popular, all 22,000 tickets of their 2 shows were sold out within just a few hours.

BIGBANG consists of 5 members, G.Dragon, T.O.P, Seungri, Taeyang and Daesung. Known for their unique music style and flamboyant fashion sense, BIGBANG is currently one of the most prominent Korean artists both locally and internationally. They have gained immense popularity and recognition amongst music lovers and fashionistas all over the world.

YG Entertainment and Live Nation present the “BIGBANG ALIVE GALAXY TOUR 2012 in the U.S.” Samsung Galaxy is the tour’s global sponsor.

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