– EXOPLANET #2:The EXO’luXion in NORTH AMERICA
February this year in L.A. and NYC will be so much fun, with the arrival of EXO, Kim Tae-woo & Gummy! EXO is a Chinese/South-Korean boy-band formed in 2011 by S.M. Entertainment, which debuted several famous idol groups, such as Super Junior and SNSD. EXO consists of 12 members fluent in Korean and Chinese, performing in both languages.
They have become one of the young Asian superstar groups, as they have recorded number-one hits in Korea, Japan, and China. EXO’s first North American tour, “EXOPLANET #2:The EXO’luXion in NORTH AMERICA,” is scheduled on Feb. 10 in Dallas, Feb. 12 in Vancouver, Feb. 14 in L.A., Feb. 19 in Chicago, and Feb. 21 in NYC.
Their concert in L.A. will be performed at L.A. Memorial Sports Arena, located in the University Park. The ticket prices range from $60 to $195, depending on which section you choose. The tickets can be purchased through Ticketmaster.com.
– KIM TAE WOO & GUMMY: New Year Concert In New York
On top of that, we will have two young veteran singers as well. They are Kim Tae-woo and Gummy! Kim Tae-woo is a famous K-pop male singer, and some people might know him as the former leading singer of a popular boy band, g.o.d.
He has produced several famous and popular songs, such as “Love Rain,” which won the Best Ballad Award at the Mnet Asian Music Awards in 2009. On the other hand, Gummy is a famous female recording artist, who performs not only in Korea, but also in Japan.
Her famous song, “Because You’re A Man,” won Best Vocal Performance Award at the Mnet Asian Music Awards, and Best R&B Song Award at the Melon Music Awards in 2010. In 2011, She won Best K-pop Artist Award at the Japan Billboard Music Awards. Kim Tae-woo and Gummy will hold a special debut concert in New York City.
Their performance is scheduled for Colden Auditorium at Kupferberg Center for the Arts at Queens College on February 6. The ticket prices range from $30 to $180, depending on your choice of seat. The ticket can be purchased through the official website of Kupferberg Center for the Arts.
By Issei Matsuura