JYJ heated up North America with their tour. JYJ finished up an Asia tour for a month and began their North America tour. On May 20th they were at Vancouver Canada, on May 22nd New Jersey, it was a dream for fans that lasted two hours.
On May 20th the concert was held at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena, and on the 22nd it was held at New Jersey’s Prudential Center, both concerts had many fans. The tour gained a lot of attention because JYJ was working with AEG Live that is the #2 promotion agency of the world.
The sound engineer Javier Alcaraz who was a part of the Vancouver concert said, “I was impressed with JYJ. I anticipate what more they will show for the remainder of the tour.” The lighting engineer of the New Jersey concert Brian Jenkins said, “JYJ has a lot of talent. Each members charm and charisma was well revealed at this concert.”
Amanda Douglas who went to the concert said, “I am thankful that JYJ could have a concert in the U.S. ‘Empty Remix’ felt like I was at a club at midnight on Saturday night, the performances for the new songs ‘Get Out’ and ‘Heaven’ were great!”
The Vice President of AEG Live, Susan Rosenbluth (Who was in charge of concerts for Celin Dion and Bon Jovi) came to watch the JYJ concert which surprised a lot of the company’s workers.
After the concert JYJ said, “It’s indescribable how thrilled we are. It was a fantastic two hours. Thinking of ourselves as a worldwide team was too much and exciting.” “We were shivering with excitement as we saw people from different races becoming one with our music and even repeating the Korean lyrics.”
For their U.S tour JYJ now has an LA concert on May 27th and a San Jose concert on June 3rd. They will have a Japanese charity concert on June 7th. Then they will come back to South Korea and hold a concert in Pusan for June 11th and 12th, which will be the finale for their world tour concert.