After a 3-year hiatus, BIGBANG has returned as a whole to take the K-pop industry by storm, but that's not all. Starting in May, the 5-member group, consisting of G-Dragon, T.O.P, Taeyang, Daesung, and Seungri, has started making monthly comebacks; however, it's the announcement of the North American leg of their "MADE" tour that has V.I.P.s excited!

Their "MADE" tour in North America includes 5 cities and 6 concerts, so which lucky cities made the list? Date, city, and venue information are below along with the very entertaining official tour trailer!

October 2nd - Las Vegas, NV, Mandalay Bay Events Center

October 3rd - Los Angeles, CA, Staples Center

October 4th - Anaheim, CA, Honda Center

October 10th & 11th - Newark, NJ, Prudential Center

October 13th - Toronto, Ontario, Air Canada Centre

Ticketing information has not been released beyond the sale date, which is June 12th at 10 am EST. Once on sale, you'll be able to purchase tickets via LiveNation by clicking HERE.


The group made their debut in 2006 and have found worldwide success with several hits such as "Haru Haru," "Tonight," "Bad Boy," and "Fantastic Baby." Each member has also had their own successful solo careers, which have mostly included music, but also various ventures into acting. 

The group's most recent album, MADE, which is inspiration for this tour, has been a slow release. Each month until September, the group is releasing one or two tracks, at which point the fans will finally have to whole album. May brought us the songs "Loser" and "Bae Bae," which have garnered plenty of attention on music programs in Korea, as well as on YouTube, with "Loser" gaining over 24.2 million views in less than a month. "Bae Bae" has also held its own with over 19.1 million views since release. Watch the video for "Loser" below!


Are you fan of BIGBANG? Are you excited their tour actually includes stops in North America? What do you think of their newest tracks "Loser" and "Bae Bae"? Let me know all of your thoughts in the comments below!


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