B.A.P are gearing up to take over Japan with their 1st Japanese tour “WARRIOR Begins”! To make sure they leave a deep and lasting impression upon their Japanese fans and concert attendees, these boys spared no expense!
T.S. Entertainment spent nearly $3.6 million to produce B.A.P’s Japanese tour.
They have over 2,200 staff workers helping out with the tour, and 15 ten-ton trucks on standby to help transfer the concert material from venue-to-venue.
B.A.P’s “WARRIOR Begins” tour is expected to be a spectacle.
The boys are going to tour around three major cities in Japan, including Kobe, Nagoya, and Tokyo. They will hold two concerts in each of those cities.
T.S. Entertainment gave B.A.P some creative freedom when they were planning out the Japanese tour. Unlike many other entertainment labels, who make each and every single decision regarding how things will go for our idols, T.S. Entertainment trusts B.A.P to make their own show phenomenal.
Each member was allowed to contribute their own ideas for “WARRIOR Begins”.
B.A.P’s mascot “Matoki” is going to be featured in the tour, and will be displaying a concept called “WARRIORS of the Universe“.
For one, I would really love to see B.A.P in action in this tour. I hope that T.S. Entertainment releases a DVD of their concert in the future.