MAMAMOO announce US leg of ‘MY CON’ world tour

MAMAMOO announce US leg of ‘MY CON’ world tour

The K-pop girl group, which consists of members Hwasa, Solar, Wheein and Moonbyul, will visit New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and more

March 16, 2023
K-pop quartet MAMAMOO are taking their “MY CON” world tour to the United States for the first time
The world tour began in Seoul in November 2022 and has taken members Hwasa, Solar, Wheein and Moonbyul to various Asian destinations, including Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore and the Philippines.
For their U.S. circuit, MAMAMOO have announced a nine-date tour that will take place over two months in nine cities across the country. It will start in New York on May 16 and end in Los Angeles on June 4.
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Additionally, fans can look forward to the release of a new single album by the group’s sub-unit, MAMAMOO+, which consists of Solar and Moonbyul. The album, titled “Act 1, Scene 1,” will be available later this month and will mark the duo’s second release since “Better,” their collaboration with BIG Naughty released in August 2022.
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MAMAMOO’s upcoming U.S. tour dates and cities are as follows:

May 16 | New York
May 18 | Baltimore
May 20 | Atlanta
May 22 | Nashville, Tennessee
May 24 | Fort Worth, Texas
May 27 | Chicago,
May 31 | Glendale, Arizona
June 2 | Oakland, California
June 4 | Los Angeles
Fans can purchase tickets from Ticketmaster starting at 10 a.m. local time on March 29. Venues and other ticketing information will reportedly be released soon.

      Daniel Anderson

      Daniel Anderson is a Seattle-based Entertainment Reporter for NextShark




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