NCT Dream announces US, Europe leg of world tour ‘The Dream Show 2: In a Dream’

NCT Dream announces US, Europe leg of world tour ‘The Dream Show 2: In a Dream’

The K-pop boy group and seven-member subunit of SM Entertainment’s NCT will visit Chicago, Houston, Dallas, Los Angeles, Seattle and more

February 15, 2023
K-pop boy group NCT Dream has announced an extensive addendum to their tour “The Dream Show 2: In a Dream” with stops in the U.S, Europe and new dates in Asia. 
The tour, which began in September 2022 in Seoul, is set to include 32 performances across 22 cities this year. 
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The U.S. and Europe legs of the tour will start on March 28 in London. The group will travel to Paris and Berlin before holding seven shows in the U.S., starting in Newark, New Jersey, on April 5 and wrapping up in Seattle on April 21.
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Meanwhile, the group’s Asia stops include Bangkok, Hong Kong, Manila and Singapore, with more dates to be added.
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The dates for the upcoming shows are as follows:
  • Feb. 17-19: Osaka, Japan
  • March 4-6: Jakarta
  • March 10-12: Bangkok
  • March 25: Hong Kong
  • March 28: London
  • March 30: Paris
  • April 3: Berlin
  • April 5: Newark, New Jersey
  • April 7: Chicago
  • April 9: Atlanta
  • April 12: Houston
  • April 14: Dallas
  • April 18: Los Angeles
  • April 21: Seattle
  • April 29-30: Manila
  • May 1: Singapore
  • May 13: Macau
  • May 20: Kuala Lumpur
The venues for each city, as well as ticketing information, have yet to be announced. 
NCT Dream is a seven-member subunit of the larger K-pop act NCT. NCT, which has 23 members in total, is composed of several other subunits that each have a different concept and musical style.
NCT Dream consists of members Jeno, Haechan, Mark, Renjun, Jaemin, Chenle and Jisung. On Feb. 8, they released their debut Japanese single “Best Friend Ever.” In December 2022, they released a special holiday album titled “Candy.” 

      Daniel Anderson

      Daniel Anderson is a Seattle-based Entertainment Reporter for NextShark




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