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2NE1 is coming to Malaysia for a concert.
The K-pop group is set to perform in a concert here.
GET ready to say annyeonghaseyo (“hello” in Korean) to 2NE1 when the group stops by Kuala Lumpur for a concert as part of its highly-anticipated All Or Nothing 2014 World Tour.
The four-member all-girl group – made up of CL, Minzy, Dara, and Bom – is scheduled to perform on May 24 at Stadium Negara. The girls are set to visit countries, including Japan and China, as part of the tour.
2NE1 is set to kick start the world tour in South Korea and will be performing 17 concerts around the world, during which they will meet fans in 13 cities.
It is confirmed that renowned American choreographers and directors Travis Payne and Stacy Walker – who have worked with the legendary Michael Jackson – will once again join the South Korean group to create a memorable concert experience for the audience.
This time around, the girls are expected to show more individual strengths and promise to give stronger performances. Gil Smith II, the music director of Britney Spears, Chris Brown, Lil Wayne and many other big names, is collaborating with 2NE1 for this concert series as well.
IME Production is the lead promoter of 2NE1 All Or Nothing 2014 World Tour in Malaysia.
Ticket sales launch will be held at Sungei Wang Plaza in KL on March 9 from 11am to 3pm (early birds may get the chance to score some freebies). Tickets can be purchased online at ticketcharge.com.my from Sunday, too. You can also call the TicketCharge hotline at 03-9222 8811, which will begin its operation on March 10.
Tickets are priced at: VVIP (RM599); Rock Zone RM499; RM399 and RM199. For more information, go to the IME Production official FB page facebook.com/imepmy.
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