K-pop boy group Omega X announce dates for US segment of ‘Connect: Don’t Give Up’ tour

K-pop boy group Omega X announce dates for US segment of ‘Connect: Don’t Give Up’ tour

K-pop boy group Omega X announced the dates for the U.S. segment of their upcoming world tour ‘Connect: Don’t Give Up’ on Monday.

August 8, 2022
Spire Entertainment’s 11-member boy group Omega X recently announced the U.S. segment of their upcoming “Connect: Don’t Give Up” world tour.
The U.S. segment of the tour will span 12 cities, starting on Oct. 1 in Boston and concluding in Los Angeles on Oct. 23. Last month, Omega X revealed that they will be performing in five cities in Latin America, including Mexico City and Bogotá, Colombia.
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The U.S. dates and venues for “Connect: Don’t Give Up” are as follows: 
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  • Oct. 1 in Boston at The Cabot
  • Oct. 3 in New York at Palladium Time Square
  • Oct. 4 in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, at FM Kirby Center
  • Oct. 6 in Atlanta at Center Stage Theater
  • Oct. 7 in Orlando, Florida, at The Plaza Live  
  • Oct. 9 in Louisville, Kentucky, at Old Forester’s Paristown Hall
  • Oct. 10 in Chicago at Concord Music Hall 
  • Oct. 12 in Denver at Fillmore Auditorium
  • Oct. 15 in Dallas at House of Blues Dallas
  • Oct. 16 in San Antonio at Vibes Entertainment Center 
  • Oct. 18 in Phoenix at The Marquee 
  • Oct. 23 in Los Angeles at The Orpheum Theatre     
During an interview with NextShark back in June, Omega X talked about about their debut full-length album “Stories Written In Music,” led by the title track “Play Dumb.”
Omega X debuted in June 2021 with the mini-album “Vamos.” The group consists of Hwichan, Sebin, Hangyeom, Taedong, Xen, Jehyun, Kevin, Junghoon, Hyuk, Yechan and leader Jaehan.
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      Daniel Anderson

      Daniel Anderson is a Seattle-based Entertainment Reporter for NextShark




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