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One of a Kind World Tour

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One of a Kind World Tour
Tour by G-Dragon
G-Dragon One of a Kind World Tour Poster.png
One of a Kind World Tour Poster
Location Asia
Associated album One of a Kind
Start date March 30, 2013 (2013-03-30)
End date September 1, 2013 (2013-09-01)
No. of shows 27 shows[1]
G-Dragon concert chronology

The One of a Kind World Tour was the first headlining concert tour by South Korean singer and rapper G-Dragon, in support of his first EP One of a Kind (2012). The tour visited 9 countries and 13 cities in 2013, gathering a total of 570,000 fans, making it the most attended concert tour in history by a Korean solo artist.[2][3]


On January 14, 2013, YG Entertainment announced that G-Dragon will hold his first world tour, and his first solo concert since 2009.[4] The production of the tour costed $3.5 Million, making it the largest scale in Korean history.[5] The tour was jointly directed by choreographers Travis Payne and Stacy Walker who previously worked on Michael Jackson′s This Is It tour.[6] The stage was designed by Michael Cotten, who has decorated the stages of the Super Bowl, the Olympics and Michael Jackson′s world tour.[7]


Billboard claimed that G-Dragon was a "highly-energetic performer" and was pushing boundaries with this tour, which was described as "vibrant" and an "Michael Jackson-level affair".[8] KpopStarz called the concert "spectacular", praised the diversity of the show and said that G-Dragon "can create his own 'bang' on the stage.".[9] MWave stated that G-Dragon showed that he's indeed one of a kind while "he burst forth in his own style and personality all throughout the concert." The critic concluded that the rapper "filled every corner of the stage perfectly with his solo presence."[10] MeRadio highlighted the "great selection of songs and the way they were arranged", the laser effects, pyrotechnics, holograms, and the singer's charisma and stage presence as the reasons why the concert was entertaining.[11] In Japan, G-Dragon became the first Korean solo artist to hold concerts at four dome-arenas.[12]

Special guests

Set list

First show in Seoul (Day 2)
  1. "MichiGo"
  2. "Heartbreaker"
  3. "One Of A Kind"
  4. "Light It Up" (ft. Tablo)
  5. "The Leaders" (ft. CL)
  6. "Butterfly"
  7. "Missing You"
  8. "That XX"
  9. "Without You" (ft. Lee Hi)
  10. "Today"
  11. "A Boy"
  12. "I Am The Best" (2NE1)
  13. "I Love You" (2NE1)
  14. "This Love"
  15. "One Year Station"
  16. "Obsession"
  17. "She's Gone"
  18. "Crayon + Fantastic Baby"
  1. "Breathe"
  2. "Bad Boy"
  3. "MichiGo"
Final in Seoul (Day 2)
  1. "MichiGo"
  2. "Heartbreaker"
  3. "One Of A Kind"
  4. "Coup D'etat"
  5. "The Leaders" (ft. CL)
  6. "Butterfly"
  7. "Missing You"
  8. "That XX"
  9. "This Love"
  10. "Today"
  11. "A Boy"
  12. "Light It Up" (ft. Tablo)
  13. "Obsession"
  14. "She's Gone"
  15. "I Am The Best" (2NE1)
  16. "The Baddest Female" (CL)
  17. "Do You Love Me" (2NE1)
  18. "Crooked"
  19. "Crayon + Fantastic Baby"
  1. "Bad Boy"
  2. "Bad Boy" (with Big Bang)
  3. "Heaven" (with Big Bang)
  4. "Fantastic Baby" (with Big Bang)
  5. "MichiGo"
  6. "Crooked"

Tour dates

Date City Country [15] Venue Attendance
March 30, 2013 Seoul South Korea Olympic Gymnastics Arena 26,000[16]
March 31, 2013
April 6, 2013 Fukuoka Japan Fukuoka Dome 50,000[17]
April 20, 2013 Saitama Seibu Dome 80,000[18]
April 21, 2013
April 27, 2013 Osaka Kyocera Dome 150,000[19]
April 28, 2013
April 29, 2013
May 4, 2013 Beijing China MasterCard Center 20,000[20]
May 5, 2013
May 9, 2013 Taipei Taiwan Taipei Arena 26,000[21]
May 10, 2013
May 17, 2013 Chek Lap Kok Hong Kong AsiaWorld-Expo 23,000[22]
May 18, 2013
May 25, 2013 Shanghai China Mercedes-Benz Arena 20,000[23]
May 26, 2013
June 1, 2013 Nagoya Japan Nagoya Dome 81,000[24]
June 2, 2013
June 7, 2013 Bangkok Thailand Impact Arena 20,000[25]
June 8, 2013
June 15, 2013 Jakarta Indonesia Mata Elang International Stadium 20,000[26]
June 16, 2013
June 22, 2013 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Bukit Jalil National Stadium 28,000[27]
June 29, 2013 Kallang Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium 14,000[28]
June 30, 2013
August 31, 2013 Seoul South Korea Olympic Gymnastics Arena 26,000[29]
September 1, 2013
Total 570,000[2][3]


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