South Korean soloist Yerin Baek will soon embark on her North American tour.
Baek took to social media on Monday to share details about her upcoming tour, which will start in Atlanta on Nov. 28 and conclude in Vancouver on Dec. 19.
The soloist’s tour is in partnership with her own label Blue Vinyl and tour promoters KOHAI. KOHAI has previously worked on G.Soul’s North American tour and is currently overseeing “The Regime Tour” by music collective DPR.
Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. local time. The stops and dates of the tour are as follows:
Nov. 28 in Atlanta | Center Stage
Nov. 30 in Houston | Warehouse Live
Dec. 1 in Fort Worth, Texas | Tulips
Dec. 4 in Santa Ana, California| The Observatory
Dec. 5 in Los Angeles | The Belasco
Dec. 7 in Berkeley, California | The UC Theatre
Dec. 9 in Denver | Marquis Theatre
Dec. 11 in Chicago | Chop Shop
Dec. 13 in Toronto | The Opera House
Dec. 15 in Boston | Crystal Ballroom
Dec. 17 in New York | Irving Plaza
Dec. 19 in Washington, D.C. | The Fillmore Silver Spring
Dec. 21 in Seattle | Neptune Theatre
Dec. 22 in Vancouver | Hollywood Theater
For those interested in diving into Baek’s discography before the tour, her last release was the single album “Pisces,” which was released in May. Prior to that, Baek released a six-song remake album titled “Love, Yerin” last year in September.
Aside from her solo activities, Baek leads the South Korean band The Volunteers, who dropped the single album “New Plant” in July, a follow-up to their self-titled album released in 2021.
Baek originally debuted under JYP Entertainment in 2012. She was one half of the duo 15& with South Korean artist Jamie, who also has a North American tour coming up. After going on a hiatus, the duo eventually disbanded, and both members became soloists.