Hip-hop fans in the U.S., get ready – on December 5, one of South Korea’s best-known rappers, Beenzino, will be holding a release party next month in New York City and Los Angeles.
Beenzino, one of the talented artists under the illionaire Records label, will be hosting two launch party concerts in the U.S.
for his new album, Up All Night .
Tickets went on sale on November 17 for the two performances which will be held on December 5 in New York and December 6 in L.A.
with tickets ranging in price from $30 for general admission to $1000 for private VIP table service.
In New York City, Beenzino will entertain his guests at Stage 48 in Manhattan.
Doors will open at 10pm with the show expected to start at 11pm.
No one under the age of 21 will be admitted to the venue.
The Los Angeles party will be 18+ at the 333 Live nightclub with doors also opening at 10pm.
Tickets for both events can be purchased via the Up All Night tour’s website .
Beenzino has been a fixture in the Korean hip-hop scene for the last five years and has worked alongside some of the best in the biz.
Most recently, he was featured alongside rapper Verbal Jint and YG Entertainment newcomers B.I, Bobby, and Mino on Epik High’s comeback track “Born Hater.” On August 2 of this year, Beenzino appeared alongside illionaire founders Dok2 and The Quiett as headliners for the second installment of New York City’s Asian Music Festival summer concert series .
For more information about the Up All Night release parties in the U.S., check out the Facebook page (NY) / Facebook page (LA) and official website .