Rain check #3.

KPop multi-fan site So-Loved.net (based in Germany, provided in German and English) has come up with a truly COOL t-shirt in celebration of Rain’s upcoming Dresden Music Festival “Classic Meets Pop” concert with cellist Jan Vogler, this May. (And redecorated their site with Rain’s B2TB image. Their MBLAQ forum is really pretty… great visuals.) *Please note: It’s not clear if these shirts are for their community, or if they can be ordered. We haven’t found any information at this time, so if anyone is in the know, please chime in here. — ^@@^

(image credit: Rain Germany/HeavenJ @so-loved / image source site: Soompi)

~ by Cloud USA on January 30, 2011.

9 Responses to “Rain check #3.”

  1. Does anyone know if the tickets for Rain’s performance at the festival are sold out? I think they are because there aren’t any available anywhere, but there are tickets available for other performances.

    Can someone let us know?




  2. Wow, that’s a pretty t-shirt!!! I want one if they are available!!


  3. Really good Idea this TShirt.


  4. cute !! cute !!! for me!!!


  5. Love this T-Shirt!


  6. wowowowo that are so amazing love the fact they did his germany t-shirt for rain coming shirt thoes fans must so excted and pack with welcome rain and see him their love how their making it good rain must be so prouds of them did such creative stuff for him when they know he coming nice job this i fell of of love from them to rain again ahahha.


  7. Ohhhh well i’m be waiting for coming information…


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  9. WOW!! Sweet t-shirt!!


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