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Boy band SHINee"s live DVD of their second arena tour in Japan "JAPAN ARENA TOUR SHINee WORLD 2013 Boys Meet U" was released on May 28.
The same DVD, released in Japan on April 2, had ranked #1 on two Oricon daily DVD comprehensive and music charts upon release.
The DVD features SHINee"s Tokyo concert, the last finale concert of fifteen performances in nine Japanese cities - Saitama, Osaka, Nigata, Hokkaido, Kobe, Hiroshima, Fukuoka, Nagoya, and Tokyo - involving 220,000 fans.
Thirty songs such as "Breaking News", "I"m with You", Kiss Yo", "BURNING UP!", "JULIETTE", "Replay", LUCIFER", "START", "Boys Meet U", "3 2 1", "Colors of the Season", and other solo songs were performed to show off SHINee"s explosive live singing and fantastic stage performances.
The DVD also features rehearsal clips, backstage clips, and documentary clips to reveal SHINee"s true side.
Meanwhile, SHINee continues with their "SHINee Concert SHINee World III" Tour in Shanghai on June 1.
Group SHINee"s Japan arena tour DVD topped the Oricon charts.
On April 3, Oricon revealed that SHINee"s "JAPAN ARENA TOUR SHINee WORLD 2013~Boys Meet U~" had topped the Oricon DVD Daily Comprehensive Chart.
This was a special moment as SHINee had beat a famous Japan artist and took the number one spot.
SHINee had held this tour last June and traveled to 9 cities and performed 15 concerts and met with 220,000 fans and gained much attention.
On the other hand, they will be heading too Mexico on April 4 and begin their "SHINee WORLD III" tour.
The members of SHINee celebrated their Christmas with a hot performance in Tokyo, successfully completing their second Japanese arena tour.
SHINee’s second Japan tour, “Japan Arena Tour SHINee World 2013 – Boys Meet U” began on June 28 at the Saitama Super Arena and made stops in Osaka, Niigata, Hokkaido, Kobe, Hiroshima, Fukuoka, Nagoya, and Tokyo. The show attracted 220,000 fans in nine cities.
The finale performance in Tokyo on December 24 and 25 was held at the Yoyogi National Gymnasium. 24,000 fans filled the stadium as SHINee displayed its distinguished and captivating performances live.
The concert began with a song included in SHINee’s first Japanese album “Stranger” and the group performed its hits including “Juliette,” “Replay,” and “Lucifer.” They also performed their new single “3, 2, 1.” The show lasted for 2.5 hours, captivating the audience with SHINee’s diverse musical colors. “Everybody,” which made it on Billboard’s 2013 chart for best choreography, was performed in Japanese for the first time.
The members of SHINee thanked their fans and said, “We are so happy there are so many people who love our music. We were nervous because this is our last show for this tour, but thank you for all of your cheers. We were happy to be able to see all of your smiles.”
Meanwhile, SHINee will be ending the year with appearances on Gayo Daejuns on KBS, MBC, and SBS.
Group SHINee held a wrapped up a successful second Japan arena tour at the Tokyo Dome.
On December 26, SM Entertainment stated that SHINee heated up the Tokyo Dome with fans as they ended their arena tour.
The arena tour finale was held on December 24-25 at the Tokyo Dome where SHINee performed their amazing live stages and had a great time with fans.
SHINee commented, "We are so happy to have such a huge support base in Japan. We are thankful to everyone who came to our finale concert."
This tour, which started back in June in Saitama, has finally reached its end with the Tokyo Dome finale.
They traveled to a total of 9 cities and performed 15 times and met with a total of 220,000 fans.
They will be attending many end of the year ceremonies to wrap up the year.
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Popular group SHINee has successfully finished their Saitama concert as part of their Japan tour with 100,000 fans.
SHINee opened up their new Japan tour, 'SHINEE Japan Arena Tour SHINee World 2013~ Boys Meet U' and held a concert in Saitama on June 28-30. Each day they met with around 33,000 fans, meeting a total of 100,000 fans altogether.
During this concert, they performed their new title song, "Breaking News" as well as other songs from their second Japan album including, "Replay", "Juliette" as well as songs from their single for a total of 29 songs.
They also held their first stage for their Korea hit song, "Dream Girl" as well as their new Japan single song, "Boys Meet U" which will release on August 21.
Previously, SHINee held their first Japan arena tour, 'SHINee World 2012' and visited 7 different cities in Japan for a total of 20 performances and met with a total of 200,000 fans.
They were also the first K-Pop group to have the most fans attend for their first arena tour.
This year's tour will continue on until December as they visit 8 different cities in Japan for a total of 13 concerts and meet with 200,000 fans.
Their next concert will be on July 6-7 in Osaka.
How successful was SHINee WORLD 2013 Boys Meet U Japan Arena Tour that started on 28 June 2013? Producer and choreographer for SM Entertainment, Shim Jaewon, uploaded a photo of the Saitama Super Arena filled with SHINee lightsticks that glowed and filled the entire stadium without any seats left!
The producer was amazed by the energy, and many fans have been clearly impressed by what SHINee has prepared, performing 26 songs in total. Among others, their Japanese tracks, Breaking News, 1000 Years, Always By Your Side, Kiss Yo and Dream Girl was sung. Fans also commented on the photo post of how amazing this looks like!, its SHINees ocean, and I wish that they would come to my country as well, proving the continuing success SHINee has through their career.
SHINee has released their new Japanese single, Boys Meet U and immediately ranked second in the Oricon charts. The concert will continue to Osaka in July.
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SHINee has wrapped up a successful THE FIRST JAPAN ARENA TOUR SHINee WORLD 2012.
Starting in April, SHINee toured 7 different cities and performed 20 times in front of thousands of adoring fans. An SMTOWN staff uploaded the above compilation of pictures and wrote through the groups official Facebook, SHINee ended their first arena tour in Japan with great success! Starting form Fukuoka on April 25th, ‘SHINee THE FIRST JAPAN ARENA TOUR “SHINee WORLD 2012”, a total of 20 times, was held in 7 cities including Hokkaido, Nagoya, Osaka, Kobe, Tokyo and Hiroshima and attracted 200,000 audiences. Meanwhile, SHINee will hold their 2nd solo concert ‘SHINee CONCERT SHINee WORLDⅡ’ at the Gymnastics Stadium at Olympic Park in Seoul, Korea on July 21st and 22nd.
Meanwhile, member Minho is filming for his drama To The Beautiful You, which will air in August.
Source: SMTOWN Facebook
SHINee will start their first concert tour in Japan.
Starting from Fukuoka on April 25, SHINee will hold a concert tour, titled The First Japan Arena Tour SHINee World 2012, all over Japan. Its their first concert tour in Japan.
Including Fukuoka, SHINee will hold the concert in seven cities in Japan, such as Sapporo, Nagoya, Osaka, and Kyoto. As the tour receives an enthusiastic response from the fans, SHINee are holding six more concerts and therefore total twenty concerts. The total profit from the ticket sales is over 30 billion won. SM Entertainment, SHINees agency, is expecting that the tour will attract at least 250,000 audiences.
Coming back to the music scene in March after a year and a half, SHINee topped the charts on TV music programs with Sherlock from their fourth minialbum.
SHINee debuted in Japan in June last year with their first single album Replay. Their debut showcase was held at Abbey Road Studios, London, which is well-known as a studio of The Beatles.
After their debut, three single albums of SHINees entered the top three of the weekly single chart of Oricon. SHINee are the first foreign group who made such an achievement in 44 years of the history of the Oricon.
SHINee will release a new single album, Sherlock, on May 16 in Japan during their tour.
After dominating the music charts on all of the music programs during their promotions, SHINee will their Korean promotions after one short month.
SHINee's mini album title song "Sherlock" won first place for two consecutive weeks (April 6th and 13th} on Music Bank and SHINee won their triple crown Mutizen on Inkigayo on April 15th.
SHINee's mini album, "Sherlock," was released on the 21st of March and within ten days, 135,370 copies were sold. The album was ranked number one on the Gaon Chart and there were high expectations of the album from music fans who waited for SHINee's new album.
Their mini album placed 8th on the iTunes album chart and 9th on the Billboard World Album chart. SHINee's "Sherlock" music video appeared onfamous talk show "Le Petit Journal" in France as well. SHINee indefinitely proved that they achieved global popularity and high recognition.
In addition, "Sherlock" was choreographed by Shim Jaewon and SHINee was able to show powerful and dramatic live performances that received lots of praise from music fans.
However, SHINee is finishing their promotions after only a month. They will be performing their goodbye stages on this week's episodes of the music shows.
SHINee will be starting their Japan tour called 'THE FIRST JAPAN ARENA TOUR SHINee WORLD 2012' on April 25th, starting in Fukuoka, Japan.
Posted: February 27, 2012 6:09 PM EST SHINee
SHINee announced their first Japan arena tour the SHINee World Tour 2012 starting April 25, 2012.
The tour will kick off at the Fukuoka Marine Messe on April 25. Then they will perform 20 concerts in 7 cities until July 1, where the finale will be at the Green Arena in Hiroshima.
SHINee made their Japanese debut last June, releasing Japanese single Replay. Then it followed with a release of Japanese versions of Juliette and Lucifer as 2nd and 3rd single before revealing their first studio album The First last December.
Below is the schedule of The First Japan Arena Tour SHINee World 2012
● April 25, Fukuoka Marine Messe, Fukuoka
● April 29, Sekisui Heim Ice Arena, Hokkaido
● May 3, NGK Insulators Hall in Nagoya
● May 4, NGK Insulators Hall in Nagoya
● May 5, NGK Insulators Hall in Nagoya
● May 8, Osaka Castle Hall, Osaka
● May 9, Osaka Castle Hall, Osaka
● May 10, Osaka Castle Hall, Osaka
● May 12, Hyogo-Kobe World Memorial Hall
● May 13, Hyogo-Kobe World Memorial Hall
● May 26, Osaka Castle Hall, Osaka
● May 27, Osaka Castle Hall, Osaka
● May 30, National Yoyogi Stadium, Tokyo
● May 31, National Yoyogi Stadium, Tokyo
● June 2, National Yoyogi Stadium, Tokyo
● June 3, National Yoyogi Stadium, Tokyo
● June 23, National Yoyogi Stadium, Tokyo
● June 24, National Yoyogi Stadium, Tokyo
● June 30, Hiroshima Green Arena, Hiroshima
● July 1, Hiroshima Green Arena, Hiroshima