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KCON New York Artist Announcements

2015/06/22 | Permalink | Source

KCON 2015 USA presented by Toyota has announced new additions to their east coast lineup with two groups who just released new albums today! AOA and TEEN TOP will be joining previously confirmed artists Girls' Generation and VIXX at the August 8 convention and concert held in the New York metro area at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ. AOA is also booked for KCON Los Angeles and will perform at the Staples Center on Sunday, August 2.
 
Tickets for KCON New York go on sale this Thursday, June 25 at 10am PT/ 1pm ET, and all tickets for KCON Los Angeles are now available for purchase here!
 
AOA is a sultry seven member girl group consisting of Choa, Jimin, Seo Yuna, Chanmi, Hyejeong, Seolhyun, and Kwon Mina. The group debuted in 2012 with the album "Angels' Story", but rose to fame in 2014 with hit singles "Miniskirt", "Short Hair" and "Like a Cat". AOA's third mini-album "Heart Attack" dropped earlier today and already stands at #1 on six different online music charts. AOA's appearance at KCON LA will be their first performance in the United States.
 
TEEN TOP is a six member boy band made up of members Cap, Niel, Cheonji, Byung Hun, Ricky, and Changjo. They debuted in 2010 with a mini-album titled "Come Into the World", and have since scored multiple Top 10 hits including "Going Crazy", "To You" and "Be Ma Girl". Their newest album "Natural Born" was released at midnight today, June 22.

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