2NE1 Performs for 17,000 Fans on First Day of ‘All or Nothing’ World Tour in Japan, Park Bom in Attendance
On July 5, 2NE1 opened up the first concert of the Japan leg of their second-ever solo world tour, “All or Nothing,” at Yokohama Arena for 17,000 fans in the audience.
According to Japanese media outlet Sankei Sports on July 6, the members shared their excitement and said that they were happy to see everyone and wanted to have fun with them, as they performed a total of 21 songs. 2NE1 got the crowd cheering with their impressive singing and dancing abilities.
The media outlet wrote, “During the concert, in response to a question asking where they would like to travel to on their world tour, CL chose Brazil, where the 2014 World Cup is currently being held. She said, ‘I want to have a live performance at a World Cup stadium one day.’”
Nikkan Sports also reported, “2NE1 released a new album ‘Crush’ and held their first solo concert in Japan after two years. Leader CL said, ‘Let’s enjoy ourselves and have fun,’ as they heated up the arena for two hours.” According to Nikkan Sports, Minzy told the fans, “We’re very sorry for making you wait for so long,” while Park Bom said, “Let’s really have fun.”
Previously, 2NE1 successfully completed the Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia stops of their “All or Nothing” world tour, and will be opening up the second night of their stop in Japan at Yokohama Arena on July 6.
Meanwhile, Park Bom was in attendance on this day and performed on stage with the rest of the 2NE1 members.