Idol group B.A.P has wrapped up their very successful and impressive first Japanese tour.
Their tour titled “B.A.P 1st Japan Tour: WARRIOR Begins” had stops in three cities with six concerts in total. Moreover, the number of fans that attended the concerts held in Kobe, Nagoya, and Tokyo is 40,000 people, which confirms that the group is enjoying great popularity in Japan. The finale concerts took place from December 4 to 5 in Yoyogi Stadium in Tokyo, and throughout the tour, the group showcased their strong dancing skills and charismatic voices.
The tour offered a complete live experience, thanks to the breathtaking stage design, which reportedly is worth over three billion won (3 million US dollars), and the live band that supported the group’s special stages. There is also a rumor that the boys transformed the stage into a scene from a movie by preparing a stage following the format of a drama. To make the concerts even more special, they revealed new Japanese versions of their hit songs. Like true professionals, B.A.P rocked the stage for two hours without any help from their translator.