UPDATE (11 October 2013): London’s Concert date has been officially announced as 27th November! Read on for updated information
On Infinite’s Google Hangout it was announced that London would be a stop on their first word tour, ‘One Great Step’! Having already had a successful comeback this year with their mini album ‘New Challenge’ and winning numerous top spots with their single ‘Man in Love’, as well as seeing sub-unit Infinite H promoting, Infinite aren’t slowing down and are currently keeping up momentum with their debut Japanese album. With a rumoured Korean comeback for July and so much going on for them right now, announcing the destinations on their world tour shows that these boys are always on the move, and UK fans will finally be able to get to see them in the flesh!
UPDATED: CONCERT INFO
Date & Time: 27th November, 2013
Doors @ 7pm for 8pm start
Venue: London’s Eventim Apollo
Underground station – Hammersmith
(Piccadilly, District and Hammersmith & City lines)
For more travel information check the official website HERE
This is the same venue as Jay Park’s concert. The venue is a good size with sloped stalls allowing everyone a decent view.
NORMAL TICKETS: Standing and Reserved Seating priced £79 (subject to per-ticket charge plus order processing fee £7-£10)
EARLY ENTRY TICKETS: Standing only priced at £180
(£165 + £15 booking fee)
So for those that don’t know much about Infinite, just what are they all about?
Infinite (인피니트) is a seven member group under Woollim Ent who debuted in 2010. Made up of Sung-gyu (leader, main vocal), Dong-woo (rapper), Sung-yeol (vocalist), Woo-hyun (main vocal), Sung-jong (maknae), Ho-ya (main dancer, rapper) and L (vocalist), they’ve been capturing fans’ hearts with their super in-sync dancing and unique, fresh songs which tend to have a different sound to a lot of other kpop tracks. Having appeared in several variety shows, such as ‘Infinite Sesame Player’, ‘Infinite Ranking King’ and ‘Birth of a Family’, their fun and outgoing personalities, coupled with their great music, has led them to gain a huge fan base to the point where they’re recognised as one of the top male groups in K-pop today.
They’ve got a great range of songs to listen, so here’s one of our favourite title tracks from them to give you a taster, called ‘Chaser’. We’d also recommend watching the music video for ‘Nothing’s Over‘ and if you want to listen to a slower song from them, try out ‘Time‘.
If you do fancy watching one of their variety shows, here’s a playlist for their Sesame Player. You wont regret wathcing this, it’s full of jokes, fooling around and general shenanigans!
We can’t wait to find our more about their world tour and look forward to being able to give them a warm welcome in the UK!