ZerobaseOne to hold first Japanese fan concert in March

Boy band ZeroBaseOne [NEWS1]

ZeroBaseOne will hold its first Japanese fan concert in March, the boy band’s agency, WakeOne, said Tuesday.

The concert, titled “2024 ZeroBaseOne Fan-Con In Japan,” will take place on March 23 and 24 at the K-Arena Yokohama.

The band is also set to release its first Japanese single, “yurayura -unmeinohana-,” on March 20, prior to the concert.

The single will have a total of three tracks, including two B-side tracks, which are the Japanese versions of previously released tracks, “In Bloom” and “Crush.”

The band already has a presence in Japan. Its first EP, “Youth in the Shade,” and second EP, “Melting Point,” both ranked high on the country's Oricon Albums Chart.

Poster of boy band ZeroBaseOne's upcoming first Japanese fan concert [WAKEONE]

ZeroBaseOne, also known as ZB1, is a project group formed through cable network Mnet's audition program “Boys Planet.” The band will be active for the two and a half years after its first release on July 10, 2023.

The group has nine members: Zhang Hao, Sung Han-bin, Seok Matthew, Ricky, Park Gun-wook, Kim Tae-rae, Kim Gyu-vin, Kim Ji-woong and Han Yu-jin.

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