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Hey! Say! Jump The First Jump to Thailand 2013

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Period:03 Mar 2013 - 03 Mar 2013

Address:991/1, Rama I Rd., Pathum Wan, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Thailand

Service hours: 17:00-20:00

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Whether you consider them an ultra music power or super delicate, there is no doubt the exclamation mark-loving Hey! Say! Jump is a J-pop sensation.

They have had nine consecutive singles, from 2007’s Ultra Music Power to last year’s Super Delicate, top the Oricon Chart, a feat they also managed with their albums Jump No.1 (2010) and Jump World (2012).

Now the group’s nine members are ready to meet their Thai fans for the first time during the ‘‘Hey! Say! Jump The First Jump to Thailand 2013’’ event from 5pm on Sunday. It’s expected to be a memorable evening as the crowd will have a chance to get to learn more about each of the nine young and talented boys who will be singing, dancing, talking, and answering questions from fans throughout the one-hour meeting.

They had been scheduled to give their Bangkok debut concert last March but unfortunately the show was cancelled. And we may get to hear whether the boys will be coming back to Thailand for a full-blown concert.

The group comprises Yabu Kota, Takaki Yuya, Inoo Kei, Yaotome Hikaru, Arioka Daiki, Okamoto Keito, Yamada Ryosuke, Nakajima Yuto and Chinen Yuri.

Hey! Say! Jump The First Jump to Thailand 2013 will take place at the Parc Paragon of Siam Paragon on Sunday at 5pm. There is no admission fee. Visit www.avalon.co.th or www.facebook.com/avalonlive.

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991/1, Rama I Rd., Pathum Wan, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Thailand

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