Kpop rock band CNBLUE will be holding their first ever concert in the Philippines via the 2013 CNBLUE Blue Moon World Tour in Manila on June 15 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.
The Philippines is one of the eighth countries to date in their world tour.
CNBLUE's world tour kicked off in Taipei, Taiwan last April 6 followed by Singapore last April 13. They will do concerts next in Thailand, Hong Kong, South Korea and Melbourne in Australia in May while a concert in Sydney, Australia is scheduled on June 1 before the stop in the Philippines. Malaysia is set for August.
Ticket prices for the Philippine concert range from P1,590 ($39) to P7,950 ($193).
The group's world tour is being held to promote their new album "Re:BLUE," which was released last January.
Last April 24, the boy band released their fifth Japanese single "Blind Love," which debuted at No. 2 on Japan's Oricon daily singles chart.
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