CNBLUE Announces Dates for 'CNBLUENTITY' Tour in Asia

CNBLUE to Stage 'CNBLUENTITY' Asia Tour in Macau, Hong Kong, & More

The long wait is over, BOICEs! South Korean rock band CNBLUE is embarking on their “CNBLUENTITY” tour, the band’s first Asian tour in seven years.

The trio will kick off the concert tour in Hong Kong on March 16, followed by stops in Bangkok on March 23, Kaohsiung on April 6, Macau on April 13, Kuala Lumpur on April 20, and Singapore on April 27, the band revealed through a Weverse notice.

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The Hong Kong stop will happen at the AsiaWorld-Expo, while venues for other cities are yet to be announced. Other details, including ticket prices, seat plans, and fan benefits, will also be unveiled in the coming weeks.

The tour follows CNBLUE’s 14th anniversary celebration on Jan. 14. It also comes after the band’s “BETWEEN US” Asia tour in 2017.

CNBLUE made their debut in 2009 in Japan and in 2010 in South Korea. Currently, the band is composed of leader, main vocalist, guitarist, and keyboardist Jung Yong-hwa, drummer Kang Min-hyuk, and bassist Lee Jung-shin.

Aside from music, the members are also active as actors, appearing in hit Korean dramas like “Heartstrings,” “Celebrity,” and “Sh**ting Stars.”

Stay updated on CNBLUE’s “CNBLUENTITY” tour by following the band’s X (formerly Twitter) and Facebook pages.

When: Hong Kong (March 16), Bangkok (March 23), Kaohsiung (April 6), Macau (April 13), Kuala Lumpur (April 20), Singapore (April 27)

Where: Hall 10, AsiaWorld-Expo, 1 Airport Expo Blvd, Chek Lap Kok, Hong Kong / Other cities to be announced

How much: To be announced

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