Here Are the Details About Jay Park’s Concert Tour

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Details About Jay Park’s Concert Tour

Jay Park is a multi-talented person. He sings, raps, dances, acts, and is even a CEO of his agency. He is a member of AOM (Art of Movement), a Seattle based B-boy group. After going solo, Jay’s fame still shines brightly. Besides singing, He was on SNL Korea, acted as a panel judge on Show Me the Money, and participated in many more TV shows. His popularity is not only in Korea, but he also gets a warm response outside of Korea with his hip-hop songs. 2018 seems to be another busy year for this Korean-American. With his already busy schedule in Korea, here are some of Jay’s past concert tours inside and outside of Korea this year and information on his upcoming concert.

Blue Square iMarket Hall, Seoul – January 20-21, 2018

Troxy, London, UK – February 4, 2018

Neal S Blaisdell Center, Honolulu, Hawaii – Sunday, April 1, 2018

City Hall. Downtown Los Angeles – Friday, May 18, 2018

Jamsil Sports Complex, Seoul – July 21, 2018

Wanna see Jay Park get wet and show his abs while singing and dancing at the same time? If so, you should watch his performance during Waterbomb Festival 2018.

For the past few years, Jay Park has also visited many other countries. Here are some of them.

Suntec Convention Hall 601, Singapore – Monday, May 1, 2017

Taipei International Convention Center (TICC), Taiwan – April 9, 2017

PlayStation Theater, New York – April 8, 2016

There was an episode at New York’s concert. There were two girls who fought each other during Jay Park’s performance. He quickly stopped singing in the middle of the song and ordered the girls to stop the fight.

Overall, what do you think of Jay Park’s performances? He is cool, isn’t he?

For the upcoming concert, Jay Park will visit Bangkok along with other AOMG artists.

AOMG Follow the Movement Thailand 2018

Date                 Saturday, November 24, 2018

Time                 6:00 pm (doors open at 5:00 pm)

Venue               MCC Hall the Mall Bangkapi

Artist                 Jay Park, Simon Dominic, Loco*, Gray, Woo Won Jae, and DJ Pumkin

* Please note that Loco may be excluded from this show depending on his Korean military Service.

Ticket Prices      5,200/3,600/2,200 Baht

Tickets on Sale  Saturday, October 6, 2018, on www.do-concert.com at 10 am and onwards. It’s a Thai website, but don’t worry, there’s an English version at viagogo.

Grab your tickets fast!