Following the news of his solo concert to be held in June in Seoul, YG Entertainment announced Big Bang’s G-Dragon will be going on a world tour and visit a total of 19 different cities.
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On April 25, the agency stated G-Dragon’s solo concert ‘G-DRAGON 2017 CONCERT: ACT III, M.O.T.T.E (Moment Of Truth The End)’ will launch in Seoul’s World Cup Stadium and then head to Macao on June 16. He will then have two concerts in Singapore on June 24 and June 25 then head to Bangkok for a pair of concerts on July 7 and July 8. He will then focus on the North American leg of his World tour by performing in huge arenas where NBA teams call their home visiting Seattle (7-11), San Jose (7-14), Los Angeles (7-16), Houston (7-19), Chicago (7-21), Miami (7-25), New York (7-27), and Toronto (7-30). He will then head to Australia and New Zealand with performances in Sydney (8-5), Brisbane (8-8), Melbourne (8-12), and Auckland (8-16). The final leg of his World Tour will be held in Japan with two concerts in Osaka (8-22, 8-23) and finally wrapping things up in Tokyo (9-19, 9-20).
For everyone in Europe and South America wanting to see G-Dragon, unfortunately, there aren’t any dates given but the poster on YG’s website does say “And More” so more cities should be added in the future.
This will mark G-Dragon’s third solo tour, previously holding ‘Shine a Light’ in 2009 and ‘One of a Kind’ in 2013 respectively.
YG Entertainment mentioned, “This concert will feature a trilogy telling the story of 30-year old G-Dragon’ life. Illustrating the artist’s honest moments, depicting his fancy and successful lifestyle as well as his struggles in solitude and torment.”
In addition to his concert preparations, G-Dragon is working on his final solo album before heading to the army.
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