Global Pop - WheeSung & Lena Park Concert
LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA
DATE: Friday, June 19, 2009
VENUE: Walt Disney Concert Hall, 111 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90012
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Renowned and celebrated singer Wheesung released his first solo album in 2002 and became an instant sensation in his native Korea His sophomore album catapulted him into stardom and made him the bestselling artist of 2003. He has collaborated with many artists including Se7en, M-Flo, Lovelyn, Masta Wu, Younha, and Lee Hyori, and most recently British R&B artist Craig David.
From R&B and Korean /Japanese pop, to gospel. Lena Park is an artist with a wide-range of musical stylings. Best known for her impeccable vocals, Lena was selected to represent Korea in the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2002 FIFA World Cup and is an influential singer-songwriter who has released albums and singles in Korean and Japanese. In 2007, she performed the opening theme, 'Raise Me Up', from the Japanese anime TV series, Romeo & Juliet.
Student/Senior Special Offer - 50% discount for a pair of tickets in Terrace East and Terrace West sections only. Proper ID required at time of purchase. One pair of tickets per ID, limited tickets available. Can only be purchased at WDCH box office. Offer does not apply to single tickets.
Group Tickets Available - For groups of 15 or more, email email@example.com
Walt Disney Concert Hall
111 S. Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA USA 90012
Box Office Hours
Tuesday - Sunday
Noon - 6:00 p.m.
On performance days, the box office opens at 12:00 noon and remains open until 30 minutes after start time.
Directions & Parking
With box office validation, patrons may park free for 30 minutes in the Walt Disney Concert Hall garage.
Please review your ticket for the correct curtain time. The extremely sensitive acoustics of Disney Hall convey every sound throughout the auditorium, including those made by the audience. Latecomers will be seated at the first suitable break in the concert. For the convenience of latecomers, the program appears on monitors throughout the hall, including those near the Concert Hall Café.