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Indonesian singer-songwriter NIKI adds Asia dates for ‘NICOLE’ world tour

  • Indonesian singer-songwriter NIKI announced several stops in Asia as part of her “NICOLE” world tour on Sunday.
  • The artist will perform in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Dec. 3 and Dec. 4 before heading to Singapore; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Manila; and Taipei, Taiwan.
  • She is currently on the North American circuit of her “NICOLE” tour, which is slated to finish in Los Angeles on Oct. 22.
  • Her tour coincides with her recently released album of the same name.

Indonesian singer-songwriter NIKI recently announced several tour stops in Asia as part of her “NICOLE” world tour.

Announced via social media on Sunday, the “High School in Jakarta” singer shared dates and venues for the Asia leg of “NICOLE,” her first world tour.

K-pop band The Rose announces ‘Heal Together’ world tour dates and deal with Far East Movement label

  • K-pop band The Rose announced the dates for their upcoming world tour “Heal Together” on Monday.
  • They also announced a partnership with Far East Movement label Transparent Arts.
  • The “Heal Together” tour takes its name from the band’s upcoming first full-length album “Heal” and will see the group venture to North America starting on Oct. 13.
  • The Rose, who debuted in 2017 with the single “Sorry,” is composed of singer-guitarist Woo-sung, vocalist-keyboardist Park Do-joon, drummer Lee Ha-joon and bassist Lee Jae-hyeong.

K-pop band The Rose announced the dates for their “Heal Together” world tour as well as a new partnership with label Transparent Arts on Monday.

The upcoming tour will start in October and will take the band’s four members across the globe to the U.S., Latin America, Europe and Asia. “Heal Together” takes inspiration from their forthcoming first full-length album “Heal.” 

Enhypen drop dates for US segment of world tour ‘Manifesto’

  • K-pop boy group Enhypen dropped the dates for the U.S. portion of their “Manifesto” world tour today.
  • Accompanying the announcement was the release of the music video for “ParadoXXX Invasion,” a B-side from their “Manifesto: Day 1” album released earlier this month.
  • More dates may be announced, but the U.S. stops so far include Anaheim on Oct. 2 and Fort Worth, Houston, Atlanta, Chicago and New York on Oct. 15.
  • The Hybe seven-member squad will also make their KCON LA in-person debut next month.

K-pop boy group Enhypen have revealed the stops for the U.S. leg of their world tour “Manifesto,” named after their third mini-album “Manifesto: Day 1.”

The tour will start with two nights in Seoul in September and conclude in Japan in November. Nestled between is the U.S. segment of their tour in October.

Ateez announces world tour ‘The Fellowship: Break The Wall’

  • 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. 

‘How You Like That?’: Blackpink announces comeback and world tour

  • YG Entertainment announced yesterday via press release that Blackpink has an album comeback slated for August as well as a world tour before the end of 2022.
  • According to the statement, the album will kick off “a continuous large-scale project which will extend through the second half of the year” and the tour will be the “largest world tour in the history of a K-pop girl group.”
  • Blackpink’s last comeback was almost two years ago, with the release of their first full album, “The Album,” in October 2020.
  • During the gap, members Rosé and Lisa released their own solo albums, Jisoo debuted in a lead role in a K-drama and all the members have engaged in an assortment of fashion events and brand deals in addition to becoming U.N. goodwill ambassadors for climate change and making history as the first Asian girl group to make the cover of Rolling Stone.

K-pop superstars Blackpink returned yesterday, announcing new music dropping in August and the launch of a world tour this year. 

As reported by Billboard via a press release from YG Entertainment, Blackpink are in the “final stages of recording a new album” that will start “a continuous large-scale project which will extend through the second half of the year.”