- K-pop boy group Ateez announced via social media the dates and stops for their “The Fellowship: Break The Wall” world tour.
- The group’s third world tour will see the eight members perform for two nights in Seoul on October 29 and 30 before heading to seven cities across North America and concluding in Japan in December.
- They are also prepping for their comeback and ninth mini-album “The World Ep. 1: Movement” with title track “Guerilla,” which is slated for release on July 29.
- Ateez will be one of the headlining performers for the 10 year anniversary of KCON LA next month at the L.A. Convention Center.
KQ Entertainment’s K-pop boy group Ateez took to social media today to announce their upcoming world tour “The Fellowship: Break the Wall.”
According to a post on their Instagram page on Monday, the tour will start with two nights in Seoul on Oct. 29 and 30 before proceeding to Anaheim, California, the week after. Other North American stops include Phoenix, Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, Chicago, Atlanta, Newark, New Jersey and Toronto. Their last stop will be in Chiba, Japan, in December.
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This will be Ateez’s third world tour, succeeding their 2019 tour “The Expedition” and their “The Fellowship: Beginning of the End” tour, which started earlier this year in January and ended in May.
The group’s eight members also have a comeback in the works that is set to drop on July 29 with the seven-song mini-album “‘The World Ep.1: Movement,” led by the title track “Guerilla.” As its name suggests, the album is the first of a series. Previous Ateez album series include “Treasure” and the four-part “Fever.”
In addition to their upcoming world tour, Ateez will be one of the headlining acts for KCON LA 2022 at the Los Angeles Convention Center next month. The convention will celebrate its 10-year anniversary and return to in-person events after two years of online festivities due to COVID-19. Ateez will be joined by “Queendom” Season 2 winners WJSN, Cravity, Stayc, Enhypen, Itzy, Nmixx, The Boyz, Loona, Kep1er, Lightsum and NCT Dream.
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