Super Show 3
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|Super Show 3|
Promotional poster for Super Show 3
|Asia tour by Super Junior|
|Start date||14 August 2010|
|End date||7 May 2011|
|Shows||2 in South Korea
5 in China
2 in Thailand
2 in Singapore
3 in Japan
1 in Philippines
3 in Taiwan
1 in Malaysia
1 in Vietnam
20 in total
|Super Junior concert chronology|
Super Show 3 is the third Asia-wide live concert tour by South Korean boy band Super Junior to support their fourth studio album, Bonamana. The tour commenced with two shows in Seoul in August 2010 and continued onto China, Taiwan, Japan and other Asian countries, with a total of 20 concerts in 13 cities.
The tour was announced on 8 June 2010, after Super Junior released their fourth studio album, Bonamana. Tickets for the August 14 and 15 concert in Seoul went on sale on June 17.The two concerts in Yokohama on February 18 and 19 were played to a total audience of 25,000 people. In March, Super Junior took the stage for a series of shows at the Taipei Arena in Taiwan, performing in front of 30,000 people, making them the first foreign artist to hold three concerts at the arena.In May, one concert was played at the Go Dau Stadium in Vietnam, with 9,000 fans attending.
The Super Show 3 concert had set several new records such as the band becoming the first artists to hold a standing concert in China and the foreign artist to attract the largest audience.
|14 August 2010||Seoul||South Korea||Olympic Gymnastics Arena|
|15 August 2010|
|28 August 2010||Qingdao||China||Guoxin Gymnasium|
|23 October 2010||Beijing||Capital Indoor Stadium|
|13 November 2010||Nanjing||Nanjing Olympic Sports Center Gymnasium|
|25 December 2010||Guangzhou||Yuexiushan Stadium|
|15 January 2011||Bangkok||Thailand||Impact Arena|
|16 January 2011|
|29 January 2011||Singapore||Singapore Indoor Stadium|
|30 January 2011|
|18 February 2011||Yokohama||Japan||Yokohama Arena|
|19 February 2011|
|20 February 2011|
|26 February 2011||Manila||Philippines||Araneta Coliseum|
|5 March 2011||Shanghai||China||Mercedes-Benz Arena|
|11 March 2011||Taipei||Taiwan||Taipei Arena|
|12 March 2011|
|13 March 2011|
|19 March 2011||Kuala Lumpur||Malaysia||Putra Indoor Stadium|
|7 May 2011||Bình Dương||Vietnam||Gò Đậu Stadium|
- Tour organizer: SM Entertainment
- Tour promoter: Dream Maker Entercom
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- Hong, Lucia (9 May 2011). "Super Junior attracts 9,000 fans to SUPER SHOW in Vietnam". Asiae. Retrieved 24 January 2015.
- Kim, Jessica (7 June 2010). "Super Junior to hold 3rd Asia tour". 10 Asia. Retrieved 20 May 2012.
- "Super Show 3 in Bangkok: Costumes and close-ups" Korea Herald. 24 January 2011. Retrieved 2011-03-29
- Hong, Lucia "Super Junior Yesung to become radio host" 10Asia. 25 February 2011. Retrieved 2012-03-30
- Kim, JiYeon "Super Junior Powers Up with Concert in Shanghai" Mnet News. 16 April 2012. Retrieved 2012-04-18
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