It is not often that I write a blog post straight after an event, but this is a must.
I am writing this as I sit on a 27 bus heading home after a long day of waiting to see Jay Park. All I can think of is how amazing Jay was and how much my feet hurt.
Jay turned to Twitter in the early hours of the 21st of September & mentioned that he has been ill for a few days now. I was worried that he would strain himself & not be able to perform well, but nope.
Jay was amazing! He only had one hitch up with his voice but his performance was out standing.
I’m not the biggest K-Pop fan & I guess that is why I like Jay’s music because it’s more western. From singing; to rapping; to dancing; and even taking off his shirt after I shouted it to him about 10 times, this concert was one that I probably won’t forget.
The opening act called Victor, who are a boy band which I have never heard of before were cute. They were great dancers and although you could tell they are new to the game, their excitement and eagerness showed during their performance. The Twins (both wearing hats in the picture below), although I am usually scared of twins, were outstanding dancers, so much so that I didn’t get freaked out by their resemblance. Amazing dancers.
Although the concert was short, only lasting two hours with a 30 minute interval, I enjoyed my time and am glad that Jay came to London.
Unfortunately there was not an encore, probably due to lack of enthusiasm from the audience & the fact Jay is not well.
One thing I would like to mention is that this is Invazi’s first event in London and although I am glad they made it possible for Jay to come here, it seemed a bit un-organized and you could tell it was set up by people who are new to event management.
Ways to improve would be to add one more supporting act to make the concert longer and don’t organise an after party event right after the concert. Also, Invazi were not clear on information about meet & greet winners. It would have been good to have the winners announced on the website and state if winners had to pay to go to the after party for the meet & greet.
Also while I’m at it, if I was the organiser of the after party I would make it 21+ event!
Regardless though, Jay did an amazing job and I am glad I finally got to see him perform!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
I’ll definitely pay to see you again Jay! Next time will be in Korea =P
2 thoughts on “Jay Park – First London concert”
Do you think that you could email some of your pictures because I sat upstairs so didn’t get pictures that were as good as yours…..? Gawingphung@googlemail.com
Btw I totally agree with what you said xD