B1A4 expands concert open seats to 10,000

B1A4 consoles the heart of fans who missed to get tickets for the first solo concert after debuting which were sold out in 5 minutes.

B1A4 started the advance ticket purchase on the 18th October for their first solo concert after debuting. However, because of simultaneous 75000 log-ins, all 8000 tickets are sold out in 5 minutes to the extent that the fans who could not buy the ticket showered requests for additional open seat tickets.

Consequently, B1A4 decided to add space for the  additional seats while finalizing the stage design.

Currently, B1A4 is planning various events to repay the warm support of fans. It is rumored that the members are to meet the fans for backstage date and prepare a special event for a single fan.

Apart from the events, many people are also interested whether or not they will keep their promise. In an interview, when talking about their first concert, they publicly claimed to cross-dress, shower on stage and other unexpected ideas. Whether they will really satisfy fan’s expectation attracted attention.

Affiliate WMEntertainment requested fans’ anticipation for B1A4 who gained solid fan base in 1year and 6 months and they are planning to perform different stages and various events as well as showing ‘everything-in-one gift set’-like charisma.

Meanwhile, B1A4 is planning to meet around 10,000 audience for the additional open seat and the first solo concert after debut will be held for 2 days on 8th to 9th December at SK Olympic Handball Stadium.

Article Credits: bnt news + glynx @ FLIGHTB1A4.COM
Translation: 1wsh @ FLIGHTB1A4.COM

Via: dkpopnews.net

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