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Made World Tour
Made World Tour
Tour by Big Bang
Big Bang Made Tour Poster.jpg
Big Bang Made Tour 2015 Official Poster
Associated albumMade
Start dateApril 25, 2015 (2015-04-25)
End dateMarch 6, 2016 (2016-03-06)
Legs4
No. of shows
  • 56 in Asia
  • 7 in North America
  • 3 in Oceania
  • 66 in total
Big Bang concert chronology

The Made World Tour (stylized as MADE World Tour)[1] was the second worldwide concert tour and ninth overall by South Korean boy band Big Bang, in support of their third Korean-language studio album Made (2016).[2][3] The tour began on April 25, 2015 and concluded on March 6, 2016 in Seoul, South Korea. It visited 15 countries including China, Japan, Australia, Mexico, and the United States.[4] The tour was attended by 1.5 million people worldwide, making it the second most attended tour headlined by a Korean act in history.[5]

Background

The tour was first announced on April 1, 2015 with the announcement of the first two concerts in Seoul on April 25 and 26. On April 16, the first trailer of the tour was released on YouTube. On April 27, the remainder of the Asian leg was revealed with a total of 30 shows. In July, nine shows were confirmed in Mexico, Australia, Canada, Taiwan and Macau. It was the first time for the group to visit Mexico, Australia, Canada and Macau.[6][7][8]

It was also revealed a highly acclaimed crew would be joining the tour, including LeRoy Bennett, Ed Burke, Gil Smith II, and Jonathan Lia. They previously worked with Beyoncé and Jay-Z on their On The Run Tour as well as with Big Bang during their Alive Galaxy Tour.[9][10]

Reception

Commercial

For the first shows in Seoul, all 26,000 tickets sold out in a matter of minutes, resulting in server crashes due to high traffic.[11] In Mainland China, Big Bang gathered a record-breaking 280,000 people in attendance from 13 shows,[12] with sold-out shows in Guangzhou,[13] Beijing,[14] Shanghai,[15] Dalian[16] and Wuhan. Further sold out shows include all three shows in Hong Kong,[17] two nights in Macau leading to a third show being added,[18] and Toronto.[19]

In Singapore, demand was so high that "audio seats" were put on sale after regular tickets quickly sold out.[20] In Malaysia, hundreds of fans lined up in advance to purchase tickets for the July 25 concert, which eventually sold out in a matter of hours. Due to high demand, a second show was added on July 24.[21][22] In Australia, a second show was added in Sydney after high demand.[23]

The tour listed on Pollstar's year end list, on the Top 200 North American Tours, Big Bang ranked at number 126 and earned $7.8 million from four shows.[24] The concerts in Macau grossed $5.3 million, and ranked the group at number 41 on the Top 100 International Boxoffice Grosses of the year.[25]

Critical

Big Bang performing in Dalian, China

The tour received universal acclaim from music critics. Jon Caramanica from The New York Times called Big Bang the "Smooth K-Pop Criminals"[26] and described the concert as an "extreme, intense, overwhelming Korean pop carnival",[27] listing it as one of the best tours in 2015.[28]The Guardian gave the Newark concert four out of five stars and described it as "K-pop heroes delivering candyfloss hooks with a sharp edge" while praising all five members' individual talents.[29] The Los Angeles Times described Big Bang as "One of the most inventive, aesthetically visionary acts in its genre" and called their Anaheim concert an "incredibly significant moment for K-Pop", praising the diversity of their songs and performances.[30]Grantland's Rembert Browne remarked that Big Bang is "a boy band that in reality is a supergroup", praising each member's musical idiosyncrasies, saying "It's terrifying how good each member is".[31]

Billboard gave the concert a 4.5/5, calling Big Bang "five individuals that are separately complex, but together an undeniable supergroup".[32]The Michigan Daily called Big Bang a rare group that "both innovates and defines the direction a genre takes" and described the concert as an "electric, out-of-body experience".[33]The Village Voice described the show as unique and "unlike anything in the western pop schema" saying that the concert "served to reflect the rainbow spectrum of human emotion".[34]Jezebel described the concert as "the true definition of a spectacular" and stated they "have never seen a group nail being a boy band the way Big Bang did, playing up each member's individual strengths and personalities but also flawless when it came time to come together as a unit".[35]Vibe called Big Bang the "Kings of K-Pop" and praised their solo performances as the most interesting moments of the night.[36]The Straits Times called Big Bang's live performance "explosive" and stated that "Their solid vocals powered them through emotive ballads, high octane dance tunes and fiery rapping".[37]The AU Review called the show "A fantastic concert by a fantastic group of talented individuals" while praising the production of the concert as well as the group's musical direction.[38]

Live Stream

On December 2, 2014 YG Entertainment held a press conference in Hong Kong to announce a partnership with Tencent's QQ Music, the largest online music service in Mainland China.[39] On June 20, 2015, during a joint press conference, YG Entertainment and Tencent announced the latter would exclusively live stream Big Bang's concert in Shanghai the following night through Tencent's live concert streaming service, Live Music.[40] On October 25, Tencent's Live Music held a second livestream for the concert in Macau which saw more than 120,000 paid viewers online, hitting a new domestic record for the number of paid online viewers.[41][42]

The final concert in Seoul was aired live via Tencent's Live Music in Mainland China and Naver's V App internationally, with a total of six separate live-streams: five following each member and one showing the entire group. On the V app, the concert recorded 3.5 million views (total views from six different live-streams).[43][44]

Records

The tour broke numerous concert attendance records by a Korean act:

  • Most attended Korean concert tour of all time.
  • Most attended concert tour by a foreign act of all time in Japan.[45][46]
  • Most attended concert tour by a foreign act of all time in China.[47]
  • Most attended concert tour by a Korean act of all time in the United States.[48]
  • Most attended concert tour by a Korean act of all time in Australia.[49]
  • Most attended concert by a Korean act of all time in Canada.[19]
  • Most attended concert by a Korean act of all time in Mexico.[50]
  • Largest audience drew by a Korean act for a single concert in China.[51]
  • The only foreign act to hold a Japanese dome tour for three consecutive years.[52]
  • The only Korean act to hold three concerts in a row at Mercedes-Benz Arena in Shanghai, China.[15]
  • The only foreign act to sell out three concerts in Hong Kong on two separate occasions.[53]
  • The first Korean act to hold a two-day concert in Kuala Lumpur.[21]

Set list

Set list of the first show in Seoul
  1. "Fantastic Baby"
  2. "Tonight"
  3. "Stupid Liar"
  4. "Haru Haru"
  5. "How Gee"
  6. "Feeling"
  7. "Loser"
  8. "Blue"
  9. "Bad Boy"
  10. "Cafe"
  11. "Lies"
  12. "Strong Baby" (Seungri)
  13. "Let's Talk About Love" (Seungri ft: G-Dragon & Taeyang)
  14. "Wings" (Daesung)
  15. "Doom Dada" (T.O.P)
  16. "Eyes, Nose, Lips" (Taeyang)
  17. "Good Boy" (G-Dragon & Taeyang)
  18. "Crooked" (G-Dragon)
  19. "Bae Bae"
  20. "Last Farewell"
Encore
  1. "Hands Up"
  2. "Heaven"
Re-Encore
  1. "Bae Bae"
  2. "Fantastic Baby"
  3. "Loser"
Set list in Beijing, after the release of Made Series A
  1. "Bang Bang Bang"
  2. "Tonight"
  3. "Stupid Liar"
  4. "Haru Haru"
  5. "How Gee"
  6. "Feeling"
  7. "Loser"
  8. "Blue"
  9. "Bad Boy"
  10. "Cafe"
  11. "Lies"
  12. "Strong Baby" (Seungri)
  13. "Let's Talk About Love" (Seungri ft: G-Dragon & Taeyang)
  14. "Wings" (Daesung)
  15. "Doom Dada" (T.O.P)
  16. "Eyes, Nose, Lips" (Taeyang)
  17. "Good Boy" (G-Dragon & Taeyang)
  18. "Crooked" (G-Dragon)
  19. "Bae Bae"
  20. "Fantastic Baby"
Encore
  1. "We Like 2 Party"
  2. "Hands Up"
Re-Encore
  1. "Bang Bang Bang"
  2. "Fantastic Baby"
  3. "Bae Bae"
Set list in Thailand, after the release of Made Series D
  1. "Bang Bang Bang"
  2. "Tonight"
  3. "Stupid Liar"
  4. "Haru Haru"
  5. "Loser"
  6. "Blue"
  7. "Bad Boy"
  8. "If You"
  9. "Lies"
  10. "Strong Baby" (Seungri)
  11. "Let's Talk About Love" (Seungri ft: G-Dragon & Taeyang)
  12. "Wings" (Daesung)
  13. "Doom Dada" (T.O.P)
  14. "Eyes, Nose, Lips" (Taeyang)
  15. "Good Boy" (G-Dragon & Taeyang)
  16. "Crooked" (G-Dragon)
  17. "Sober"
  18. "Bae Bae"
  19. "Fantastic Baby"
Encore
  1. "We Like 2 Party"
  2. "Hands Up"
Re-Encore (flexible, these represent the ones from Singapore Day 2) 
  1. "Bang Bang Bang"
  2. "Good Boy"
  3. "Bae Bae"
Set list in Chengdu, after the release of Made Series E
  1. "Bang Bang Bang"
  2. "Tonight"
  3. "Stupid Liar"
  4. "Haru Haru"
  5. "Loser"
  6. "Let's Not Fall in Love"
  7. "Bad Boy"
  8. "If You"
  9. "Lies"
  10. "Strong Baby" (Seungri)
  11. "Wings" (Daesung)
  12. "Doom Dada" (T.O.P)
  13. "Eyes Nose Lips" (Taeyang)
  14. "Zutter" (G-Dragon & T.O.P)
  15. "Good Boy" (G-Dragon & Taeyang)
  16. "Crooked" (G-Dragon)
  17. "Sober"
  18. "Bae Bae"
  19. "Fantastic Baby"
Encore
  1. "We Like 2 Party"
Re-Encore
  1. "Bang Bang Bang"
  2. "Bae Bae"
Set list of the final show in Seoul
  1. "Bang Bang Bang"
  2. "Tonight"
  3. "Stupid Liar"
  4. "Haru Haru"
  5. "Loser"
  6. "Blue"
  7. "Bad Boy"
  8. "If You"
  9. "Strong Baby" (Seungri)
  10. "Wings" (Daesung)
  11. "Doom Dada" (T.O.P)
  12. "Eyes, Nose, Lips" (Taeyang)
  13. "Zutter" (G-Dragon & T.O.P)
  14. "Good Boy" (G-Dragon & Taeyang)
  15. "Crooked" (G-Dragon)
  16. "Sober"
  17. "Bae Bae"
  18. "Fantastic Baby"
Encore
  1. "We Like 2 Party"
Re-Encore
  1. "Lies"
  2. "Bang Bang Bang"
  3. "Bae Bae"

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue Attendance
Leg 1 -- Asia
April 25, 2015 Seoul South Korea Olympic Gymnastics Arena 26,000[54]
April 26, 2015
May 30, 2015 Guangzhou China Guangzhou International Sports Arena 24,000[55]
May 31, 2015
June 6, 2015 Beijing MasterCard Center 20,000[14]
June 7, 2015
June 12, 2015 Chek Lap Kok Hong Kong AsiaWorld-Arena 32,000[17]
June 13, 2015
June 14, 2015
June 19, 2015 Shanghai China Mercedes-Benz Arena 30,000[56]
June 20, 2015
June 21, 2015
June 26, 2015 Dalian Zhongsheng Center 10,000[57]
June 28, 2015 Wuhan Wuhan Gymnasium 10,000[58]
July 11, 2015 Bangkok Thailand IMPACT Arena 20,000[59]
July 12, 2015
July 18, 2015 Kallang Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium 20,000[60]
July 19, 2015
July 24, 2015 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Putra Indoor Stadium 40,000[61]
July 25, 2015
July 30, 2015 Manila Philippines Mall of Asia Arena
August 1, 2015 Jakarta Indonesia Indonesia Convention Exhibition
August 7, 2015 Shenzhen China Shenzhen Bay Sports Center 12,000[62]
August 9, 2015 Nanjing Nanjing Olympic Sports Center Gymnasium 10,000[63]
August 14, 2015 Chengdu Chengdu Sports Centre 30,000[51]
August 25, 2015 Hangzhou Yellow Dragon Sports Center 21,000[64]
August 28, 2015 Changsha Hunan International Convention & Exhibition Centre 7,000[65]
August 30, 2015 Chongqing Chongqing International Expo Center 10,000[66]
September 24, 2015 Taipei Taiwan Taipei Arena 41,000[67]
September 25, 2015
September 26, 2015
September 27, 2015
Leg 2 -- North America
October 2, 2015 Las Vegas United States Mandalay Bay Events Center 9,000[68]
October 3, 2015 Los Angeles Staples Center 13,400[69]
October 4, 2015 Anaheim Honda Center 11,000[68]
October 7, 2015 Mexico City Mexico Mexico City Arena 15,000[50]
October 10, 2015 Newark United States Prudential Center 22,000[70]
October 11, 2015
October 13, 2015 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre 14,000[71]
Leg 3 -- Oceania
October 17, 2015 Sydney Australia Qudos Bank Arena 35,000[49][72]
October 18, 2015
October 21, 2015 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
Leg 4 -- Asia
October 23, 2015 Cotai Macau CotaiArena 28,600[25]
October 24, 2015
October 25, 2015
November 12, 2015 Tokyo Japan Tokyo Dome 910,000[73][74]
November 13, 2015
November 14, 2015
November 15, 2015
November 20, 2015 Osaka Kyocera Dome
November 21, 2015
November 22, 2015
November 28, 2015 Fukuoka Fukuoka Dome
November 29, 2015
December 5, 2015 Nagoya Nagoya Dome
December 6, 2015
January 9, 2016 Osaka Kyocera Dome
January 10, 2016
January 11, 2016
February 6, 2016 Fukuoka Fukuoka Dome
February 7, 2016
February 23, 2016 Tokyo Tokyo Dome
February 24, 2016
March 4, 2016 Seoul South Korea Olympic Gymnastics Arena 38,000[43]
March 5, 2016
March 6, 2016
Total 1,500,000[43][5]

Cancelled shows

Date City Country Venue Reason
August 16, 2015 Yanji China Yanji People's Stadium Unforeseen circumstance[75]

Box office score data

Venue City Tickets sold / available Gross revenue
Staples Center Los Angeles, California 13,361 / 13,535 (99%) $1,715,587[69]
Prudential Center Newark, New Jersey 21,903 (91%) $3,397,699[70]
CotaiArena Cotai, Macau 28,598 (98%) $5,311,145[25]
Taipei Arena Taipei, Taiwan 44,000 (100%) $8,010,660[67]

Personnel

Credits adapted from the 2016 BIGBANG World Tour [MADE] Final In Seoul DVD.

Gallery

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