UK Cube Stans are definitely in the cube after the amazing performances by 4Minute, G.NA, and Beast. On December 26th, Cube Entertainment held their ‘Cube Entertainment Vision Briefing‘ press conference at the Lotte Hotel in Seoul, and reviled the company’s plans for the new year.

Officials announced that Beast will have a 21-city tour. The Tour is set to start in Seoul on February 4th, followed by Berlin, London, Spain, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Vancouver, Toronto, Singapore, 5 cities in Japan, Bangkok, Shanghai, Indonesia, Hong Kong, and the Philippines.21 cities and 14 countries have been confirmed with Brazil and Argentina still up for discussion.

The United Cube London concert on Monday December 5th 2011, was an unforgettable experience. It was the first time the UK had a Korean record label perform. Over 100 fans went to greet Cube at the airport on the Sunday, it was reported that there were around 4,000 people at the concert despite the tickets costing £75 per person. We would hope that the Beast Concert will cost less. Cube Entertainment are investing over $200 million USD  in the tour, with hopes to attract at least 200,000 fans in total. They’ll be bringing in LED screens, the best video equipment, and 3D effects to take the tour to new heights.

I’m proud that Beast are able to perform all over the world, and not just in Korea. We promise to work even harder next year.

Yoseob of Beast

2012 will be the year that B2ST expands out of Asia and into the rest of the world. They’ll receive a lot of love right along the K-Pop boom.

An official stated.

The date for the London stop has not been released yet, but has apparently been reported in the Korean media to be around April time, so keep your calendars clear!

Stay tuned to UnitedKpop for further updates. You can view our videos from the United Cube Concert on our YouTube channel, and photos on our facebook page.

Source: Allkpop, thanks to Jenilda Li & Ashernai Blair.


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