Japanese girl-rock group Scandal are heading to Hong Kong at the start of August.
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Avid rock'n'rollers who are eager to get a look at the music scene of the Far East should make sure they check out a live performance from Scandal during their stay at hotels in Hong Kong.
The band consists of four high-school girls from Osaka, Japan, who describe themselves as playing "the most powerful Japanese girlie pop rock".
They will be bringing their own unique style to Hong Kong's International Trade and Exhibition Centre on August 1st 2010 for one night only, so expect demand for the concert to be pretty high.
People who are eager to watch Scandal as part of their stay at hotels in Hong Kong should anticipate an energetic performance, as all four girls - Haruna Ono, Tomomi Ogawa, Mami Sasazaki and Rina Suzuki - share vocal duties.
As well as creating their frenetic on-stage style, the decision not to have a lead singer also means that each of the members is able to get their fair share of time in the spotlight.
Tickets for the performance are on sale now priced at HK$250 (£21), while the doors of the International Trade and Exhibition Centre will open at 20:00 local time.
Located at the heart of Kowloon Bay, the venue should be easily accessible via public transport.
For more information on this event visit the International Trade and Exhibition Centre website or contact the venue on +852 2620 2222.
Posted by Charlotte Springer
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