Popular group EXILE has been chosen to perform in the ‘China-Japan-Korea Music Festival‘ at Beijing National Stadium on September 25th.
In the past, EXILE has held press conferences and TV performances Hong Kong, but this will be their first overseas live. Not much information has been revealed yet, but they are scheduled to appear during the opening, making them the first Japanese artist to perform at the ‘Tori no Su’.
This music festival will be held to commemorate the 40 years of friendship between China and Japan, and the 20 years of friendship between China and Korea, thus deepening the culture exchange between the three countries. EXILE was invited by the organizers as the music group to represent Japan.
Leader HIRO expressed his ambition by saying, “Given the responsibility as Japan’s representatives, we will give our best performance.”
EXILE’s sibling group, Happiness, as well as singer Kuraki Mai have also been chosen to represent Japan. From Korea, Super Junior and three other artists will act as representatives, and China will bring in five artists (including Joshi Jyuuni Gakubou) to perform.