After being on tour for almost three weeks, CNBLUE finally end their nine city Arena Tour in Saitama Super Arena, Japan.
CNBLUE embarked on their ‘Come On’ Arena Tour which consisted of a total of nine tour dates in six major cities starting on October 2nd with the first live stage at Nippon Gaishi Hall, Nagoya. The tour hit various high capacity venues throughout the course of the month and finally came to an end for the band on the 21st at Saitama Super Arena.
Over the past three weeks of tour dates and hopping from one city to the next, CNBLUE and FNC Entertainment Japan had been updating fans after each concert by posting their ‘Thank You’s’ to fans for their support on twitter along with a on the spot picture taken of the group post show. Even though they could not attend, overseas fans were now able to enjoy the goings on along with the band through these postings.
The six city tour concluded successfully on October 21st at Saitama Super Arena. Fans took note of the numerous professional cameras set up about the concert arena filming the show to be included on a new concert DVD titled, ‘CNBLUE: Arena Tour 2012 ~Come On~ Saitama Super Arena’ and will be available for sale beginning January 23, 2013.
Fuji-TV Next is set to air ‘Arena Tour 2012 ~Come On~ at Saitama Super Arena’ sometime in January 2013. In the meantime, FNC Entertainment and Warner Japan have announced that the band will have their first domestic concert this year in Korea on December 15th & 16th at the Olympic Park Handball Stadium as well as a new mini album, the title still to be announced, scheduled for release in Japan just in time for Christmas on December 19th, 2012.
Now that their touring in Japan is over CNBLUE are expected to return to Korea and prepare for a rumored November 2012 comeback to promote a new album release. However, only time will tell if the rumors will come to pass, in the meantime CNBLUE fans will be eagerly waiting to see what’s to come.
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