After much waiting and anticipation after the the previous postponing of the United Cube concert, set to be at Wembley Arena in November, Cube has now confirmed a new date and location for the family concert.
According to Cube Entertainment, on 19th, they announced that 4minute, BEAST and G.NA are performing at the O2 Brixton Academy in London on 6th December and will be standing tickets only. It’s expected to attract thousands of fans from the UK, as well as Europe during the 2 concerts they are planning to hold.
The concert was decided after seeing the passion from fans at the Cube Entertainment stand as well as the K-pop night at Korea Calling from the Thames Festival organised by the Korean Cultural Centre UK.
The aim of the concert is to maximise the appeal of Kpop to Europe, and the show is expected to captivate fans. The O2 Brixton Academy opened in 1929 and has housed internationally renowned artists such as Madonna and Marilyn Manson. It was also selected as the one of the top 20 best places to perform in the UK. United Cube will mark the first performance by an Asian artist (or artists) at the O2 Brixton Academy.
Tickets are to go on sale on Live Nation, at the end of October – more details will be on their site.
BEAST’s Doojoon has already expressed his excitement and anticipation for the concert in London to the press saying, “We are very happy that the concert was confirmed in the UK. I know a lot of fans in Europe have been waiting. A lot of artists we respect have performed there. We will prepare a lot so that it will be an unforgettable experience for everyone in the UK.”.
That’s it confirmed, the first Korean entertainment agency concert in the UK!