Posted : 2013-03-05 19:46
Updated : 2013-03-05 19:46

CNBLUE to perform June 1 in Sydney

The dates for pop rock band CNBLUE's overseas concerts are out, where the foursome will become the first Korean group to perform solo in Sydney Australia on June 1, FNC Entertainment announced Monday.

The stop in Sydney is part of CNBLUE's maiden overseas tour dubbed "Blue Moon."

The group will start their overseas schedule April 6 in Taipei Arena, Taiwan, followed by an April 13 performance in Singapore, May 4 show in Thailand, May 11 in Hong Kong and June 15 in the Philippines.

The FNC Entertainment official said that they were also in the process of setting the schedule for concerts in Europe and the Americas.

Since debuting in 2010, the group has gained instant attention. Its recent fourth mini-album "Re:Blue" and its single "I'm Sorry" remains in the top 30 after its release on Jan. 14.

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