Our friends over at Japako Magazine are about to foray into the world of concert making, and they’re starting with something a little different. Instead of the usual London concert for any visiting K-pop artists, the team intend to bring the boys of Block B to Ireland – but they need your help to do it.

British, Irish and European fans alike need to come together and show the demand for the concert over on the concert’s MyMusicTaste page. With the K-Culture Festival recently cancelled, we’re sure there are many BBCs around that would love another chance to see them live.

But why Ireland? Aside from the great milestone of becoming the first K-pop concert to be held in Ireland, it’s also cheaper to hold a concert in Dublin as opposed to London – therefore cheaper concert tickets. Additionally, it’s also cheaper to get to Ireland for many fans too – compare a £20 hour flight from Edinburgh to Dublin with a £40 11 hour bus to London. And spending less money all round is always a good thing, especially if you like to splurge on merch at concerts.

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So, if you fancy seeing Block B, whether you’re a Londoner or all the way in Finland, let’s come together to show our support for Ireland’s first K-pop concert and help make this thing happen. All you have to do to help is ‘Make’ the concert on their MyMusicTaste page and share it with your friends – the more the merrier. And of course, when the concert does happen, don’t forget to grab yourself a ticket and get yourself there!

Additionally, if the Block B concert is successful, Japako intend to hold more concerts around other parts of the UK – including Birmingham. Show your support and help bring more artists to our shores!

Also, let us know in the comments; which Block B song would you like to see live the most? 

Stay tuned for further updates.

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