- K-pop boy group Stray Kids announced today the North American segment of their global tour, consisting of seven shows in the U.S. between June and July.
- The group’s recent EP “Ordinary,” featuring their comeback track “Maniac,” debuted on Billboard’s Top 200 Albums Chart earlier last month.
- Stray Kids’ previous tour “District 9: Unlock” was incomplete following cancellations and postponements due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Tickets for the U.S. tour will go on sale through Ticketmaster and LiveNation on Friday, April 22, at 6:00 p.m. EST.
K-pop boy group Stray Kids announced details for the North American portion of their global “Maniac” tour today.
Their social media posts revealed the venues and dates for the seven shows planned for the U.S. leg of their “Maniac” tour, named after their recent comeback.
Stray Kids(스트레이 키즈)
2nd World Tour “MANIAC” in North America
— Stray Kids (@Stray_Kids) April 18, 2022
“Maniac” U.S. tour dates:
June 29 – Newark, NJ at Prudential Center
July 1 – Chicago, IL at United Center
July 3 – Atlanta, GA at State Farm Arena
July 6 – Fort Worth, TX at Dickies Arena
July 9 – Los Angeles, CA at Kia Forum
July 12 – Oakland, CA at Oakland Arena
July 14 – Seattle, WA at Climate Pledge Arena
The group will start their global tour later this month in Seoul before moving on to Japan in May and then the U.S. for June and July. The tour follows the release of their “Ordinary” EP, which debuted earlier last month at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 Albums Chart.
Stray Kids’ previous world tour “District 9: Unlock” ran from late 2019 to early 2020 and never finished after the remaining shows were canceled or postponed due to COVID-19.
As the octet prepares to go on tour, former member Woojin was recently announced as the first-ever Korean lead for an HBO Max original series. Woojin left the group’s agency JYP Entertainment in October 2019 due to “personal reasons.”
Tickets for Stray Kids’ “Maniac” North American tour will go on sale through Ticketmaster and LiveNation on Friday, April 22, at 6:00 p.m. EST.