S.M. Entertainment Unveils Poster And Lineup For 4th World Tour Concert

As S.M. Entertainment is scheduled to soon enter the fourth season of its brand concert, SMTOWN Live World Tour, the company revealed the poster for the first concert in Seoul.

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S.M. Entertainment showed off ‘SMTOWN LIVE WORLD TOUR IV in SEOUL’ concert poster through its official Twitter on August 5.

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The Story Behind: TVXQ! LIVE WORLD TOUR “Catch Me” [EDITORIAL]

Each concert brings a very meaningful theme to show what the concert is actually about. TVXQ! LIVE WORLD TOUR “Catch Me” is the fourth concert tour and the first ever world tour concert being carried out starting last year 2012.

Every introductory video or simply known as the ‘opening sequence’ in concerts brings a meaning before the performances are shown.

In this concert, the introductory sequence could probably be theorized and depicted as ‘Gods Rising from the East’. In every concert held by TVXQ! since 2006, all opening sequences show TVXQ! will either arrive or land on Earth.

LIVE WORLD TOUR “Catch Me” starts off with a rainfall on Earth and pans out showing the Sun is dying and begins to lose its fire. The rain on Earth slows down and the raindrops freeze, turning into hail.

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TVXQ! LIVE WORLD TOUR “Catch Me” in LOS ANGELES Details + Global Package

Greetings, Los Angeles fans! TVXQ is heading your way for their first solo world tour concert in Los Angeles, even though the boys once performed spectacularly in the 2012 SMTOWN Live World Tour III on May 20 at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California.

Today, the official news for this LIVE WORLD TOUR “Catch Me” in LOS ANGELES is announced by Powerhouse Live so check out the rest of the details after the jump!

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[ TVXQ! LIVE WORLD TOUR “Catch Me” in LOS ANGELES ]

AEG Live/Goldenvoice and Powerhouse are proud to present TVXQ!’s first-ever solo concert in the United States. TVXQ!, meaning “The Rising Gods of the East”, is a Korean pop group formed in 2003 under SM Entertainment. Ever since their debut, TVXQ! have been labeled as the “King of K-Pop” for their immense success and contributions to Hallyu and Korean pop. Proving one of Asia’s most successful K-Pop artists, TVXQ! is one of the best-selling Korean pop group in the world with over 12 million copies sold.

▷ TIME & DATE : July 5, 2013 (FRI) 08:00 PM | Doors open 07:00 PM

▷ PLACE : NOKIA Theatre L.A. LIVE

▷ TICKET PRICE : $150 / $125 / $100 / $75 / $50

▷ PROMOTED BY : POWERHOUSE and AEG LIVE
▷ PRESENTED BY : S.M. EMTERTAINMENT and DREAMMAKER ENTERTAINMENT LIMITED
▷ TICKETING BY : axs.com

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▷ BOOKING : JUNE 6, 2013 (THURS) 04:00PM (PDT)

▷ PLACE OF BOOKING :

  • axs.com (http://www.axs.com/)
  • Powerhouse Live (http://www.powerhouselive.net/)
  • Music Plaza (928 S. Western Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90006)
  • H Mart – Diamond Bar (2825 S. Diamond Bar Blvd., Diamond Bar, Ca)
  • H Mart – Garden Grove (8911 Garden Grove Blvd., Garden Grove, Ca)
  • H Mart – Irvine (2600 Alton Pkwy., Irvine, Ca)

▷ TICKET INQUIRY : axs.com 888.929.7849 | Powerhouse Live 323.692.0303

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東方神起 LIVE WORLD TOUR “Catch Me” in SEOUL To Kick Off on November 17

The concert schedule and details for 東方神起 LIVE WORLD TOUR “Catch Me” in SEOUL has been confirmed by SM Entertainment recently through TVXQ! Official Homepage! This upcoming world tour will be TVXQ’s first comeback concert after almost 4 years since 東方神起 The 3rd Asia Tour Concert MIROTIC in Seoul.

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SMTown Live Holds Successful Concert in LA

SM Entertainment’s global show brand SMTown Live hosted its third successful world tour concert in Los Angeles.

The SMTown Live World Tour III in Los Angeles took place on May 20 (Local time) at the Honda Center located in California. The concert featured the big SM stars BoA, TVXQ, Super Junior, Girls’ Generation (SNSD), SHINee, f(x) and EXO.

The teams entertained their 12,000-member audience with a variety of new performances including a parade of old hits.

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