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If Vincent Van Gogh were alive, he’d have approved of the CN Blue concert at the Smart Araneta Coliseum on Saturday night. More than a few thousand blue lights turned Big Dome ‘s inky interior into a starry, starry night, providing the perfect backdrop for the light-and-sound spectacle of the two-hour-plus concert.
Ultraelectromagneticpop. The boys turn in an electrifying performance on stage. Yong Hwa’s mic, which glows with blue light, is a birthday gift from Filipino fans.
CN Blue, a South Korean pop rock band that has its roots in the Japanese indie scene, was recently brought to the Philippines by Pulp Live World, a group that’s made a name for itself as one of the purveyors of KPop entertainment. Manila is the eighth stop on the band’s first world tour, dubbed the “CN Blue Blue Moon World Tour.”
CNBLUE successfully kicked off their first ever concert in the Philippines.
On June 15, the group held its ‘2013 World Tour - Blue Moon’ at the Araneta Coliseum in Manila, rocking the stage in front of some 4,000 cheering fans. They opened the concert with the English song “Where You Are" followed by “Get Away”, “One Time”, “Man Like Me” and “Coffee Shop.”