Whether you’re planning to go to just one stop or all stops of B.A.P’s upcoming tour of Europe, this article is here to provide you with all the information you’ll need. Check it out after the jump.
|Place||Venue||Date||Tickets||Prices (Stalls/Back Seats, Front Seats, VIP)|
|UK, London||Brixton Academy||April 27th||LINK||£79/€95||£89/€107||£109/€131|
|France, Paris||Le Zenith||April 30th||LINK||€89/£73||€89/£73||€129/£106|
|Germany, Düsseldorf||Mitsubishi Electric Halle||May 3rd||LINK||€59/£73||€89/£73||€129/£106|
LONDON @ 02 Academy Brixton
As many of you know, the first stop of B.A.P’s Europe stint is in London. To be held at Brixton Academy on Sunday 27th of April, many of concert tickets have already been sold.
The doors are to open at 7PM, with the show starting at 8PM. The concert is to finish no later than 11PM – most likely earlier – so if you have to leave early to get home, you shouldn’t miss too much!
Getting to Brixton is pretty easy, just hop on a southbound tube on the Victoria line, Brixton is the last stop. You can get on the Victoria line from both Victoria Station – naturally – and Kings Cross.
Once you arrive at the station, turn right up the main road and follow it up. You’ll come to a main junction, and across it you’ll see the Brixton Academy. If you’d rather take a bus, you can plan your journey from your chosen destination on TLF’s official website.
Ticket prices and links are listed above in our table. Stalls are standing tickets, VIP stalls grant 30 mins early access and a ‘VIP’ laminate lanyard, Balcony First Blocks are closer rows of seating and finally the Balcony Back Blocks are the further back seats.
Any under 14s attending the event must be accompanied by and adult and seated upstairs due to health and safety. At United Cube, also held in Brixton, many younger and smaller built people fainted in standing, so please don’t risk it. Additionally, any under 25s must bring ID to purchase alcohol.
Please note that you cannot bring large banners and balloons into the venue, nor cameras. However lightsticks are permitted and the organisers will have boxes outside the venue for gifts for B.A.P. Please put your gifts in the box and don’t throw anything on-stage, for obvious health and safety reasons. Camping out outside the venue is also advised against by the venue staff, you may be sent away from the venue if you attempt to do so.
Recommended travel to London:
PARIS @ Le Zenith
Next on B.A.P’s Europe stint is France! B.A.P’s Paris concert will be on Wednesday 30th of April. Like their London show, doors open at 7PM and the show is to start at 8PM, again it should finish no later than 11PM.
To get to the venue within Paris, you can take Line 5 of the metro to Porte de Pantin metro station, the venue is a 10 minute walk from there. When you exit the station, head east on Avenue Jean Jaurès towards Rue Eugène Jumin, take a left to stay on Avenue Jean Jaurès, and then another, turn right onto Place de la Fontaine aux Lions and continue onto Allé du Zénith. Follow the road up and turn left, and you’re at the venue.
Ticket prices are as listed above. Both regular Stalls and Seated are €89 (£73), there is no differentiation in price for how close seats are to the stage. Party Pit Stalls are the same as London’s VIP Stalls; entry 30 mins before doors open and a laminate pass on a lanyard.
Recommended travel to Paris:
DÜSSELDORF @ Mitsubishi Electric Halle
To finish their stay in Europe, B.A.P will be hitting up Germany on Saturday May 3rd for their final European concert. Once again their show will kick off at 8PM – with doors open at 7PM, and ending no later than 11PM.
If you’re driving, the venue’s official site recommends that you make use of public transport or allow plenty of time for rush hour traffic. You can take the Tram, Underground (U-Bahn) or Urban railway (S-Bahn) to get to the venue. The following lines will take you to Mitsubishi Electric Halle;
S-Bahn lines S1 (Dortmund/Solingen) & S6 (Essen/Cologne) to Oberlik Station.
U-Bahn U74 (D-Holthausen/D-Lörick, Meerbusch) & U77 (D-Holthausen/Am Seestern) to Oberlik Station.
Tram 715 (Vennhausen/Unterrath) to Oberlik Station.
Buses 722 (Fairgrounds (Messegelände)/D-Eller S) & 721 (Airport (D-Flughafen)/D-Tannenhof) to Karl-Geusen-Str.
Concert tickets are as listed in the table. Like France, Party Pit Stalls are the same as VIP stalls with 30 mins early access and a laminate pass. Ground Floor tickets are the same as standard Stalls and Balcony Side View equates to Balcony Front Seats, whilst Balcony Rear End is the same as Balcony Back Seats.
In addition, all concert tickets are “Kombi Tickets”, meaning that travel to and from the venue via the VRR (Verkehrsbetrieb Rhein – Ruhr) is free. Ticket holders are entitled to the following:
VRR PS DSüd 2nd Class
VRR Category D Region Süd 2nd Class
VRR (2nd Class) Pricelevel D, Region South
Recommended travel to Düsseldorf:
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