February 27, 2009

Fahrenheit to perform in Hong Kong Coliseum, mid air flying boat to get close to fans

[25.2.09]Fahrenheit to perform in Hong Kong Coliseum, mid air flying boat to get close to fans

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Holding concert twice in Hong Kong within half a year, Fahrenheit extremely anticipating.



Fahrenheit’s Hong Kong Coliseum mid air flying boat model.

Fahrenheit’s Fantasy World Tour 2009 Concert’ will be held two nights at Hong Kong Coliseum on the 27 and 28 of this month, holding concert twice in Hong Kong within half a year is a record for Taiwan boy band, and is also the first Taiwan group to perform after the renovation of Hong Kong Coliseum. Last year Fahrenheit had two concerts at AsiaWorld Expo, highly praised for the hanging stage, this time the stage got even bigger changes, spending more than $1,000,000 on the stage, extended stage allows the four of them to be even closer to fans; among it there will be a big ‘mid air flying boat’, bringing Fahrenheit to the mid air of Hong Kong Coliseum, closer to fans who are at a higher position.

Fahrenheit is looking forward to the ‘mid air flying boat’, “Many fans like the hanging stage the last time, this time we can tour Hong Kong Coliseum in mid air, saying hi to fans who are taller, closer to them! Really very excited!” To prepare for this concert, Fahrenheit arrive in Hong Kong this afternoon, tomorrow they will appear at EMax to sign on the concert tickets to thank fans for their support. The event was originally scheduled at 3pm, but to facilitate fans who are working and studying it had been changed to 5pm, they urged fans to come after they end work and finish class, they will definitely complete signing the tickets for 800 fans before leaving!

translated by : jastan87 of CEFC
credits : CEFC and singpao.com
original source : http://www.singpao.com/NewsArticle.aspx?Ne...810&Lang=tc

WHOA! Why am I not in HK right now?!?!?!?!?!!!?!?!?! GRRRR! Lucky HK fans! I should just move there! Hahahaaa!

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