Having sold out all 50,000 tickets to the first Japan Arena tour, INFINITE has decided to add two more shows to invite 74,000 fans in total.
INFINITE’s agency Woollim Entertainment notified the news through a press release Thursday that the boy band is holding two more runs at Tokyo’s Yoyogi National Gymnasium on November 21 and 22.
“The event is more meaningful in that this is INFINITE’s sixth straight sold-out concert tour since their debut. We hope to provide unforgettable memories to everyone who comes to the show,” an official from Woollim was quoted as saying.
According to the company’s statement, the forthcoming tour is the upgraded version of “Second Invasion-Evolution” held earlier this year.
Starting with the Yokohama leg on October 27 and 28, INFINITE will take the tour to Nagoya on November 1, Kobe on November 3 and Fukuoka on November 11.
While revving up for the nationwide concert, INFINITE members attended the screening event of “INFINITE CONCERT SECOND INVASION EVOLUTION THE MOVIE 3D” in Seoul on October 11.
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