K-Pop Girl Group aespa Announces Upcoming World Tour with Chicago Stop – NBC Chicago

K-Pop Girl Group aespa Announces Upcoming World Tour with Chicago Stop – NBC Chicago

Attention K-Pop fans: One of your favorite K-Pop girl groups is going on tour and making a stop in the Chicago area.

According to a press release from Live Nation, K-Pop girl group aespa is embarking on a 14-date world tour, stopping in just eight cities across the United States: Los Angeles, Dallas, Miami, Atlanta, Washington DC, Brooklyn, Boston and suburban Chicago Rosemont.

The group’s global tour ‘SYNK: Hyper Line’ kicks off on August 13 in California. It stops near Chicago at the Rosemont Theater on August 30. aespa will also perform at The Governor’s Ball festival in Brooklyn in June, where they will “make history as the festival’s first K-Pop act to perform, the release says.

According to Live Nation, aespa will perform songs from their mini-album “My World,” which broke the group’s own record for highest first-week sales.

Tickets go on sale to the public on Wednesday 24 May at 3pm.

Below is the full list of tour cities and dates:

Sun Aug 13 – Los Angeles, CA – Arena

Fri Aug 18 – Dallas, TX – The Pavilion at the Toyota Music Factory

Tue Aug 22 – Miami, FL – James L. Knight Center

Fri Aug 25 – Atlanta, GA – Fox Theatre

Sun Aug 27 – Washington, DC – The Theater at MGM National Harbor

Wednesday, August 30 – Chicago, IL – Rosemont Theatre

Sat September 2 – Boston, MA – MGM Music Hall

Tue Sep 5 – Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center

Fri Sep 8 – Mexico City, Mexico – Palacio de los Deportes

Mon Sep 11 – Sao Paolo, Brazil – Espaço Unimed

Thu Sep 14 – Santiago, Chile – Teatro Caupolican

Mon Sep 25 – Berlin, Germany – Columbiahalle

Thursday 28 September – London, UK – The O2

Sat Sep 30 – Paris, France – Dôme de Paris

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