IU to hold first solo concert tour
In order to draw attention to the quality of the performance, concerts will be held in midsize theaters instead of in stadiums or large-scale concert halls.
“IU wanted to repay the love that she’s received from her fans over the years,” a representative from her agency, Loen Entertainment, said. “She’s taking part in all stages of preproduction, and it was her desire to go to all the different cities.”
After kicking off the show in Seoul, the singing sensation will make her way to Ulsan; Jeonju, North Jeolla; Suwon, Gyeonggi; Busan; and Daegu.
The agency promises that fans will be in for a treat, as “IU’s passion and authenticity as a singer will be clear for all to see at the show.”
Tickets for the Seoul performance will go on sale starting April 17 on ticket.interpark.com.