Kim Junsu’s upcoming concert tour dates and venues in the Americas have been confirmed!
Kim Junsu will kick off his world tour on August 30 at New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom where JYJ also held its showcase in back in 2010. The venue has also been used in the past by famous musicians such as P.Diddy, Nicki Minaj, Nas and others.
Kim Junsu will then hold a concert at L.A.’s Hollywood Palladium on September 2 before moving on to Mexico City’s Blackberry Auditorium on September 6, Brazil’s Sao Paolo’s Espacio Victory on September 8 and capping things off at Chile’s Santiago’s Teatro Caupolica on September 10.
A staff on the South American concert preparations shared, “Kim Junsu’s world tour news is already causing a fervor among fans here. Though we know economically or profit-wise the South America tour is not as appealing, we believe after the concerts, a positive effect will result in the Americas according to C-Jes’ strategy.”
A C-Jes representative added, “The world tour is part of our limitless challenges. Even for America’s pop singers, holding a tour in North and South America is not an easy task. We will hold a successful concert and we have confidence in our infrastructure and system.”
Kim Junsu is finishing up work on his upcoming repackaged album including the English language single and music video which was produced and shot in LA. He will finish his Asia tour in Hong Kong on August 7 before embarking on his world tour.
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JYJ‘s Junsu has confirmed a total of five cities for his world tour in North and South America!
Starting August 30th, the tour will open up at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York, a venue previously visited by popular artists like Puff Daddy, Nicki Minaj, and Nas. JYJ also held their showcase here in 2010.
On September 2nd, he’ll be at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles where the likes of Jay-Z andJustin Bieber performed at in the past.
The tour will continue down to South America at the Blackberry Auditorium in Mexico City on September 6th, followed by Espaço Victory in Sao Paulo, Brazil on the 8th, and finally Teatro Caupolican in Santiago, Chile on the 10th.
Representatives of his concert hosts stated, “South American fans are ecstatic over news of Junsu’s South American tour. Junsu’s concerts have become a back to back hit. Realistically, we know that South American tours aren’t affective income-wise, but we feel that this tour will have a positive effect through C-JeS Entertainment‘s promotional tactics.”
Junsu expressed, “I recently stayed in the States where I worked on my single album and music video. I’m really satisfied with the results of it, and am filled with excitement and anticipation over meeting my fans all over the world once again.”
His Asia tour will finish up in Hong Kong on September 7th.