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05.28.11 [Pics] Rain @ ‘The Best’ Asia Tour in Guangzhou


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05.25.11 [30 Pics] More of Rain At “The Best” Concert In Shanghai

05.25.11 [Pics] The Best Concert in Shanghai

05.25.11 [scanationsg] It’s RAIN-ing in Singapore


4 years later, Rain hits sunny island again!

With jaw-dropping prices during Rain’s 2007 concert, fans this time were relieved to know that they only had to pay $288 for the front row seats to ‘THE BEST 2011 Rain Asia Tour in Singapore’.

Cheaper = less spectacular? Nah! The cost of the concert itself cost a whopping SGD 1.5million! And of course including an extensive crew of 120 people!

When asked to choose between movies, performing and producing boy bands (MBLAQ’s producer is Rain), he said that it was like choosing between his mother and father!
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05.25.11 [kokokoreano] Rain Shows Different Sides of Him at “The Best 2011 Rain Asia Tour” Singapore Concert

The Best 2011 Rain Asia Tour in Singapore ended with a high note on Sunday, 22 May at the Singapore Indoor Stadium with the Korean superstar, Bi Rain, showing different sides of himself to the fans. Sexy (that 1,000 litres of rain falling on Rain scene in Singapore Indoor Stadium), charismatic, cute (check out that wink!), provocative (Rain and sexy female dances, need I say more?), friendly, professional, and more sides of Rain were seen at the two-hour concert.

Approximately 5000 people attended the concert. More than 500 fans from Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, USA, and Canada came to Singapore to specially support the great performer.
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05.19.11 [HQ Pics] More Of Rain At Dresden Music Festival

05.23.11 [straitstimes] Korean star Rain’s concert on Sunday

KOREAN superstar Rain reigned supreme at the Singapore Indoor Stadium, masterfully holding the attention of 5,000 fans.

Throughout his two-hour set, Rain kept the screaming crowd thoroughly entertained, at one point playfully teasing them with backstage video of him changing.

Were you there last night? Have a look at these photos of the concert and relive your memories of the concert.

source : http://www.straitstimes.com/Brea … TIStory_671706.html

05.23.11 [xin.msn] Rainism hits Singapore

Throngs of overseas fans turned up for the Singapore leg of the Korean Superstar’s final concert tour before his army enlistment

Text: Joanna Goh
Photos: Lim Wen Ying and Joanna Goh

It was their final chance to get up close and personal with Rain last night before the singer-actor temporarily hangs up his dancing shoes to serve his country for the next two years.

Though “a little sad” to bid goodbye, a couple of Malaysian fans who specially flew in on Sunday morning for the concert were “proud of Rain” and will continue to “wait two years from now” for his return.

To grab the best possible standing spots in the mosh pit segments, these Malaysian fans started queuing at 9am, hours before the The Best 2011 Rain Asia Tour in Singapore concert began. The first in line was an 18-year-old Malaysian fan who arrived at 6.30am with her mother in tow.

Armed with paper fans and fan paraphernalia, waiting patiently outside the stadium’s premises were a group of 200 overseas and local fans from Rain’s official fanclub. We were told by two Singapore reps that a group of 150 Korean, Japanese and Indonesian fans specially flew in to attend the event last night.
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05.22.11 [remarkable] Rain & Vogler – Dresdner Musikfestspiele

english translation:


Dresdner Neueste Nachrichten – 21./22.05.2011 – S.10 – Stephan Wiegand

Within One’s Reach

Cultural meeting in the opera. Rain is the popular description of the fifth element.

It’s not obvious at the first sight how Rain influences the occidental High Culture. The Korean Star seems easygoing relaxed amused and plays with his talent. A glance beyond his facade is absolutely impossible; even in the opera, a place for high culture , the auditorium has to search vainly for seriousness. The 29 years old singer, actor and pop star with excellent love of entertainment was flirting constantly with his audience: With his numerous Asian fans, who were confident with every single line of his lyrics, and with critical visitors of the opera. Everyone who wanted to get involved with it, fell for his charm. That was also the self-feeding contrast program, a glance to Asia, a walk on a golden bridge, which the artistic director of the ‘Musikfestspiele’ (music festival) Jan Vogler intended and who enjoyed every single moment of this amusing mass migration.

Approaches like ‘Pop Meets Classic’ has been strained repeatedly in the past few years. In most cases the singer used to buy the suitable famous orchestra for this kind of variety, the musicians took over the part of the side decoration. An attraction, which is meanwhile predictable and does not surprise anymore. A symbiosis of Rain and Vogler is from its approach a completely different one. In this case a cellist discovered ‘the pop culture’ for himself and is furthermore careful enough not to leave behind any individuality.

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