- 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.”
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The dates and venues of “Heal Together” are as follows:
- Oct. 13 in Chicago | Concord Music Hall
- Oct. 15 in Minneapolis | The Fillmore
- Oct. 18 in Boston | Royale
- Oct. 19 in New York | Terminal 5
- Oct. 24 in Toronto | Danforth Music Hall
- Oct. 27 in Washington, D.C., | Warner Theatre
- Oct. 29 in Atlanta | Buckhead Theatre
- Nov. 1 in Houston | House of Blues
- Nov. 3 in Dallas | The Factory in Deep Ellum
- Nov. 6 in Phoenix | Orpheum Theatre
- Nov. 7 in Las Vegas | House of Blues
- Nov. 9 in San Francisco | The Warfield
- Nov. 13 in Seattle | Showbox Sodo
- Nov. 16 in Anaheim | House of Blues
- Nov. 20 in Los Angeles | The Wiltern
- Nov. 26 in Mexico City | Auditorio BB
- Nov. 30 – Lima | Arena Bar
- Dec. 2 – Buenos Aires | Niceto Club
- Dec. 4 – São Paulo | Cine Joia
- Jan. 23, 2023 – Brussels | La Madeleine
- Jan. 25, 2023 – Zurich | Volkshaus
- Jan. 26, 2023 – Milan | Alcatraz
- Jan. 29, 2023 – Munich | Muffathalle
- Jan. 31, 2023 – Warsaw | Stodola
- Feb. 2, 2023 – Berlin | Huxleys
- Feb. 5, 2023 – Oslo | Sentrum Scene
- Feb. 6, 2023 – Copenhagen | Amager Bio
- Feb. 8, 2023 – Stockholm | Arenan Fryshuset
- Feb. 10, 2023 – Cologne | Live Music Hall
- Feb. 12, 2023 – Utrecht | Tivoli Vredenburg-Ronda
- Feb. 14, 2023 – London | O2 Forum Kentish Town
- Feb. 16, 2023 – Paris | Le Bataclan
- Feb. 19, 2023 – Barcelona | Razzmatazz Room 1
The Rose, who filed a lawsuit against their original label J&Star Company to terminate their exclusive contract back in February 2020, have signed a deal with Far East Movement label Transparent Arts. Back in May, the K-pop band announced their self-made label Windfall.
“It’s rare to find highly talented artists who also have strong work ethic and sharp business acumen,” James Roh of Transparent Arts said. “We look forward to fully supporting their creative vision with their upcoming album HEAL and continue to help expand their global fanbase.”
“The passion behind Transparent Arts has been to identify and amplify Asian artists to a global audience, and The Rose brings such a unique blend of Korean, U.S. and U.K. influences through an incredibly fresh and emotional modern rock sound,” Transparent Arts co-CEO Kevin Nishimura added.
“Heal” will be the band’s first full-length album and is “inspired by the stories of the fans and the healing power of music,” according to Billboard. The band’s last comeback was the single “Beauty and The Beast,” which was released in 2021.
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.
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