All Systems Go. Are You Ready for Big Bang In Toronto?

By Ivy Candelaria | 2 years ago
All Systems Go. Are You Ready for Big Bang In Toronto?

October 13 marks the day when G-Dragon, T.O.P, Taeyang, Daesung, and Seungri invade Canada. Yes, the boys of Big Bang will be holding the final leg of their North American tour in Toronto; their first in this country. Read on to know more enthusing details.

The tour began in their native South Korea, to the US, and then Canada. According to KpopStarz, tickets are all sold out and resale prices are sky-high, that they reach as much as $1,000 each (from the previous range of $95 to $275).

Do the math and choose where you want to get your tickets from: StubHub’s prices range from $285 to $1,000, Ticketmaster does not have any passes that go for less than $400, while according to a source, Live Nation declined to release how many tickets were initially available.

“It seems like Korea finally caught up with what Toronto knew the whole time: that there’s a lot of fans here,” Gerald Belanger of Kpopcanada said.

The Star is reportedly touting the boys’ concert as one of the biggest K-Pop shows, EVER.

The group from YG Entertainment was formed in 2006 and had their official debut in 2009.

With hits like, “Bang Bang Bang”, “Sober”, and “We Like 2 Party”, the group is a Pan-Asian sensation, being well loved in all Asian countries, with their chart-topping hits in Korea, and voraciously loyal supporters in Japan and China.

The Made tour is the group’s offering, after a three-year hiatus.

Their previous world tour named Big Bang Alive, entertained an implausible crowd of 800,000 people, with creative director Leroy Bennett calling the shots (he was behind Jay-Z and Beyonce’s On the Run Tour) (via Toronto Theater), for sure this performance will surely be one for the books.

The Made tour includes the singles “Loser” and “Bae Bae”, so stay tuned for more updates as THE day inches closer.

Photo Source: Facebook/BIGBANG

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Visiting entertainment sites was a daily activity for Ivy as it was a major stress reliever for her. What's the next best thing than finally working for one, right? Epic TV series and movie marathons had the same effect as well.A Communications graduate and now a future social worker who can't seem to stay away from writing, she is also a firm believer in wanderlust and hopes to explore as many places as she can.Follow her as she takes you through the hottest entertainment trends with Movie News Guide.