B1A4 Get Intimate With Fans & Spotlight Musicality at New York Concert Return
publish date: 2017-02-16
It had been more than two years since B1A4 had performed in New York, but the boy band made sure to get as close with fans as possible Wednesday night with a concert at Stage 48 that spotlighted the quintet's musicianship and in-tune unity.
The Midtown Manhattan venue had an intimate feel with B1A4 only separated from the first row by a small barrier, encouraging Jinyoung, Baro, CNU, Sandeul and Gongchan to sing right up in fans' faces and take as many selfies as they could handle.
Attendees were still pouring in when the opening notes of "Melancholy" -- a cut off their most recent album Good Timing from late 2016 -- opened the concert and set the stage for what would be a set mostly focused on their recent album along with major singles and fan favorites.