[NEWS] Big Bang and 2NE1 to Stand on the Same Stage with LMFAO & David Guetta at SPRINGROOVE

28 Jan

Big Bang and 2NE1 to appear at Japan best R&B and Hip-Hop festival “SPRINGROOVE”.

Japan SPRINGROOVE party said, “For this festival line-up, Big Bang and 2NE1 were introduced as the main cast.”

Started in 2006, as Japan’s largest R&B and Hip-Hop festival, SPRINGROOVE has been known for casting top stars locally and internationally.

In 2006, SPRINGROOVE invited Snoop Dogg, and after that, each year they invited Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, Ne-Yo, Rihanna, Keyshia Cole, Akon, T-Pain, TLC, and other great R&B Hip-Hop singers to this big festival.

This is Big Bang and 2NE1’s first time to be in “SPRINGROOVE”, the worldwide blasts of shuffle dance music is said to drive international artists along.

Japan SPRINGROOVE party announced that these two groups will have massive appearance, Big Bang as the one who caused explosive movement in worldwide music industry, and 2NE1 as Asia, as well as worldwide, next generation pop icon who will lead.

Last year, GD&TOP and 2NE1 was planned to appear in SPRINGROOVE festival for the first time, and also with famous rapper, Florida. However, it was cancelled due to earthquake that occurred in northeastern Japan.

Big Bang and 2NE1 are planned to revive 2012 “SPRINGROOVE” festival again through the power of Korean music.

“2012 SPRINGROOVE Festival” will be held on March 31 at Kobe World Memorial Hall in Osaka, Japan, and on April 1 at Makuhari Messe Hall at Chiba.

 

Source and image: TVreport via Nate
translation: V @bigbangforlife and @vVIP_6819

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