CNBLUE are on the move! The rock band have announced they are to go on a Central and South America tour next year.
A spokesman for the group says that the fantastic four will start their tour in Mexico on January 26, Peru on January 28 and Chile on January 31, making them the first Korean band to tour South America.
The concert venues are to be the Pepsi Center WTC, Parque del la Exposicion, and Movistar Arena, respectively, each with 5,000 seat capacity and home to concerts by legendary musicians such as Bob Dylan, Alicia Keys and Maroon 5.
Group leader Jung Yonghwa, 24, says of the news: "We are very happy and excited about our Central and South America tour.
"We'll preparing lots and hard to make this tour a good show. It will be our first time in Peru and Mexico and our second time in Chile, and we are really looking forward to it."
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CNBLUE are currently on their Japanese One More Time tour, and are set to perform at their agency’s first family concert, 2013 FNC Kingdom in Japan - Fantastic & Crazy (phew!) on December 28 and 29.