Krowdpop, the crowd-funding concert organizers who brought Teen Top to North America in March this year, have officially began to take votes for their next big tour in the works: Ailee! The Korean-American powerhouse is going to be returning home to North America for a tour soon (probably some time in the fall) and she needs to know where her Aliens are based, or where they’re willing to travel to!


Voting for your local city is really easy!

  1. Go to
  2. Log in (or register if you haven’t yet)
  3. Access Ailee’s artist page under the featured acts section
  4. On the right side of the page, you will see the following:

    Ailee concert krowdpop
  5. In the “My City” section, begin to type your city. Every city that has been previously voted for will come up as an option, so if your city begins to be autofilled in, that’s a good thing!
  6. Click “Vote now!
  7. Confirm the vote if needed.


Tips for getting your city considered!

  • Work together with a couple cities! Not every city can have a concert, so multiple cities in the same state or province can work together to campaign for the same location!
  • Try to promote outside of social media as well! If your city has a Koreatown, Chinatown, Little Tokyo, or any kind of multicultural media source, see if they’ll help promote the voting to get attention outside of the social media sphere! Put up posters in Asian grocery stores with a QR code or promote within clubs and groups in your city!
  • Organize your city! If your city or state/province doesn’t have an active Facebook tadalafil online community for k-pop or Hallyu, start one! Share the link and make sure that everyone you know is going!
  • If you’re going to be bringing your parents with you, or a friend, make sure each individual person buying a ticket votes!
  • DON’T SPAM. It is so easy to identify identical IP addresses, so just… don’t!
  • If you put in a city and it seems to clump you in with a different city close by, DON’T PANIC. This is part of the site’s way to make sure that the concerts are going to be central to where the fans are. For example, San Francisco and San Jose are close enough that the votes might be put together.

Please note! And this is really important!
The cities are NOT COMPETING AGAINST ONE ANOTHER. There is no “Top 5” or “top 6”. Each city has a certain number of votes that it needs to reach to show they can put on the concert. K-Soul Magazine does not know what that number is, but we do know that these votes are simply to try engage people within their city, NOT against other cities! So don’t worry, smaller cities, you’re not “against” the major cities like LA, you just need to make sure all the people in your city are voting!
If you look at the images, there is a pink and white bar to the right of the image. This is the gauge to see how well your city is doing. Each city needs to try and reach 100%!
Good luck too all of the cities!


Leave a Reply