GIRLS’ GENERATION SHARES UPDATED POSTER FOR ‘PHANTASIA’ NOVEMBER 21- 22 CONCERT
Adding more publicity buzz for the upcoming Girls’ Generation concert, S.M. Entertainment recently released an updated poster for the internationally-acknowledged girl-group.
According to All Kpop, the much-awaited concert entitled “GIRLS’ GENERATION 4TH TOUR – Phantasia” will be held in Seoul, Korea at the Seoul’s Olympic Gymnastics Stadium.
Two weekend dates of the “Lion Heart” artists have been presented on November 21, Saturday and November 22, Sunday. This will be the first time that K-pop idol group will be performing live in their own concert, as their last major performance onstage as a solo group act was two and a half years ago in 2013.
The now eight-member group’s dance compositions and movements on this grand stage will be choreographed by none other than Rino Nakasone. Nakasone’s resume includes past involvements with Britney Spears, Avril Lavigne, Janet Jackson and Chris Brown.
Girls’ Generation, also known as SNSD, with Nakasone’s vision will showcase an assortment of stage ideas giving a picture of each member’s enduring qualities, as reported on Toggle. Fans are to look forward for a “classic stage, a cute stage, a wild stage and even a seasonal Christmas stage” in the two-day concert.
What’s more, Girls’ Generation will not just be performing their past hits like “Kissing You,” “Gee” and “Mr. Taxi,” but also several numbers from their “Lion Heart” album which was released in August 2015. The fifth album marked their first effort without former member Jessica who made a quick exit last year.
To coincide with the fast approaching show, S.M. Entertainment launched an interactive “Gee Cover Dance” project which requires fans to show their patronage of Girls’ Generation by submitting a video recording of them dancing to the song “Gee.” The presented recordings will be screened during the Nov. 21 and Nov. 22 live dates.
Full details of the official statement from the Girls’ Generation label can be found at Wonderful Generation.
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