CNBLUE Demonstrates Continued Popularity Through Recent Tour Across Asia

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CNBLUE Embarks on Successful Asian Tour Across Seven Regions, Ending with Jakarta in May

CNBLUE completed an extensive Asian tour spanning seven regions, kicking off in Hong Kong last March and continuing through Bangkok, Kaohsiung, Macau, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, and concluding with Jakarta on May 25th.

Notably, tickets for the Kaohsiung show sold out rapidly within a day of release, prompting the addition of an extra performance, while the Macau show also saw overwhelming demand, leading to an additional show being scheduled. Riding on this wave of enthusiasm, the group plans to culminate their Asian tour with a grand finale in the Tokyo and Osaka areas in August.

This tour marks CNBLUE’s first venture into Asia in approximately seven years since their 2017 tour, generating significant anticipation even prior to the performances. Meeting these high expectations head-on, CNBLUE delivered electrifying performances at each stop, showcasing their impressive live skills and offering exceptional fan service, much to the delight of the audience who reciprocated with enthusiastic cheers, applause, and sing-alongs.

Throughout the tour, CNBLUE stayed true to their identity by performing signature hits such as ‘I’m a Lonely’, ‘Love’, and ‘Intuition’, beloved by fans. The diverse setlist also included fan-favorite tracks like ‘99%’ and ‘It’s cold. (Winter Again.)’, ensuring a continuous flow of excitement. Notably, the members actively contributed to the overall performance, including stage design, events, and setlist curation, resulting in a high-quality stage production and unforgettable experiences for fans.

With their enduring global popularity, CNBLUE is gearing up for joint performances with popular Japanese band UVERworld across Japan and Korea in June and July. This collaboration is eagerly anticipated, marking CNBLUE’s first joint performance with UVERworld, who will be making their inaugural visit to Korea, promising an exciting musical exchange between the two bands.