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K-Pop boyband B1A4’s ‘Road Trip’ in Australia

South Korean boyband B1A4 are headed for Melbourne and Sydney as part of their Road Trip tour. Darren Boon has the details on the group’s Australian concerts.

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Great news for Australian-based fans of Korean boyband, B1A4! The group will soon be heading down under for the very first time to perform in Melbourne’s Regent Theatre on September 18 and Sydney’s Big Top on September 20.

Tickets to their first overseas concert tour Road Trip will go on sale to the general public at 4.00pm today over at Ticketmaster and Big Top‘s official website for the Melbourne and Sydney shows respectively.

Tickets prices start at $88 with premium VIP tickets valued at $168, excluding fees and charges.

The concerts will be held at 7.00pm on both dates.

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Having debuted in 2011, the talented quintet – comprising leader, Jinyoung, and members CNU, Sandeul, Baro and Gongchan –  will be touring Australia for the first time, giving fans plenty of reason to see the boys up close and personal.

According to a media release by the concert organiser, JK Entertainment, fans can look forward to “special events” that B1A4 is preparing. Organisers added, “The group is expecting to get close to its fans through this concert, taking advantage of the time to be around the fans overseas.”

B1A4’s agency WM Entertainment has said, “It has been a dream of B1A4 to perform in different parts of the world, and the members are getting ready for ‘Road Trip’ where they and their fans will become one by music with such enthusiasm.

B1A4 will also eventually take their Road Trip world concert tour to Taiwan, the Philippines and China.

More on B1A4’s Road Trip tour of Australia can be found at JK Entertainment’s official Facebook page.

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