Konsert itu merupakan suatu kejayaan dengan mencatatkan kehadiran 13,000 peminat dari dalam dan luar negara. Infinite memberikan komen bahawa mereka gembira untuk memulakan siri jelajah itu dengan peminat-peminat mereka. Di konsert tersebut, mereka telah mempersembahkan tarian tersendiri mereka dan K-pop ‘ballad’. Mereka telah menghangatkan stadium dengan lagu-lagu hit mereka seperti “Destiny”, “Paradise” dan banyak lagi.
INFINITE mulakan jelajah dunia ONE GREAT STEP mereka di Seoul
Bermula dari Seoul, Infinite akan meneruskan siri jelajah dunia pertama mereka di Jepun, China, Amerika Syarikat, Amerika Selatan dan Eropah.
“Secara rasminya kami telah membuat langkah pertama untuk jelajah dunia kami. Kami berasa sangat dihargai untuk meneruskan siri jelajah ini. Walaupun ia bukannya mudah, kami mendapat kekuatan dari peminat-peminat kami.”– INFINITE
On August 9, K-pop group Infinite held its first world tour ONE GREAT STEP at Olympic park Gymnastic Stadium, Songpagu, Seoul. Their concert was a success with 13,000 fans from local and overseas. Infinite made a comment that they are happy to begin the tour with the fans. From the concert, they showed Infinite’s signature dance performances and K-pop ballad stages.
INFINITE begin their ONE GREAT STEP world tour concert in Seoul
They sang many of their hit songs, “Destiny”, “Paradise” and others and heated up the stadium.
“We have officially taken the first step for our world tour. We are so honored to be able to hold his world tour. Although it has not been easy, we are strong because of our fans.”– INFINITE
Starting from Seoul, Infinite will continue their first World Tour at Japan, China,United States, South America, and Europe. INFINITE First World Tour 2013 INFINITE 1ST WORLD TOUR ONE GREAT STEP in Malaysia to hit Malaysia on October 19 (Saturday) at Stadium Negara, Kuala Lumpur
Popular Korean band INFINITE will showcase their. 2013 INFINITE 1ST WORLD TOUR ‘One Great Step’ in Malaysia. on October 19 (Saturday) at Stadium Negara. INFINITE will put on a world-class concert backed by their internationally renowned production team to their Malaysia fans.
INFINITE is a Korean megastar band who is now at the very heart of the massive popularity of K-Pop. The seven male members (Sung Kyu, Dong Woo, Woo Hyun, Hoya, Sung Yeol, L, and Sung Jong) successfully debuted in June 2010 with their first mini album going straight to the top of the charts. In 2012, Infinite became more popular with ‘Scorpion Dance’ featured in ‘B.T.D’ and propelled into super-stardom with from winning music awards. Following this, they continuously made No. 1 hits, like ‘Paradise’, ‘The Chaser’, ‘Man In Love’ and more.
Fans all around the world are drawn to INFINITE’s pitch-perfect live performances and their music, which distinguishes them from other K-POP artists. In 2012, Billboard.com chose ‘The Chaser’ as the No. 1 K-Pop Song of year and through an article dedicated to the band on their main page, identified INFINITE as a rising star who had shown the most growth in Korea and Japan.
INFINITE has always given their fans total satisfaction with powerful, eye-catching performances. This summer, Infinite celebrates their 3rd anniversary since exploding on the scene and takes their music to the world, starting in Seoul, Korea. Following this, “2013 INFINITE 1ST WORLD TOUR ‘ONE GREAT STEP’ in Malaysia” will be held on 19th October at Stadium Negara Kuala Lumpur. Their journey will continue through China and many more Asian countries and beyond, touring until the end of the year, performing in North America, South America, Europe, the Middle East and more.
IME Production is the lead promoter of 2013 INFINITE 1ST WORLD TOUR ‘ONE GREAT STEP’ in Malaysia.
Online sales started from August 26 (Monday) Via TicketCharge (www.ticketcharge.com.my or at (603) 92228811).
Tickets for 2013 INFINITE 1ST WORLD TOUR ‘ONE GREAT STEP’ in Malaysia are priced at:
• RM683 (VIP – numbered seats)
• RM583 (Rock zone – free standing)
• RM583 (PS1 – numbered seats)
• RM483 (PS2 – free seating)
• RM383 (PS3 – free seating)
• RM183 (PS4 – free standing)