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FutureStarrK-Pop Girl Group MAMAMOO Announces First US Concert Dates for 'My CON' World Tour 2023
MAMAMOO, the K-Pop girl group, is ready to hit the road once more. After an array of spectacular performances in Asia, they are finally set to embark on their 'MY CON' World Tour 2023!
Their inaugural US concert dates will commence in New York City on May 16 and conclude with a show in Los Angeles on June 4. Tickets for this tour go on sale March 29 via Ticketmaster.
MAMAMOO, the popular K-Pop girl group from Korea, will make their US debut with their 'MY CON' World Tour 2023 that begins in New York and concludes in Los Angeles. Members Solar, Moon Byul, Wheein, and Hwasa have earned notoriety for their powerful vocals and commanding stage presence.
Since their latest EP, Mic On, was released in October 2022, the K-Pop quartet has been touring Asia extensively. They've performed at events across Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore and the Philippines.
This is their first tour of America and fans are thrilled! They'll be hitting nine arenas across America to bring their unique energy to a fandom that has grown up around them.
On May 16, 2019, the first concert in New York will take place, followed by shows in Baltimore, Atlanta, Nashville, Fort Worth, Chicago, Glendale and Oakland before concluding with a final show on June 4 in Los Angeles. Tickets go on sale at 10 am local time on March 29 via Ticketmaster.
After their successful Asia tour in October 2022, MAMAMOO will make their first U.S. concert appearances in May as part of their 'MY CON' World Tour. All four members - Solar, Moon Byul, Whee In and Hwa Sa - will join forces for nine arena shows across the country in May.
The group is renowned for their incredible vocals, captivating personalities and electric stage presence. Since 2016, they've sold out more than twenty concerts worldwide with an unrivaled passion and energy that will be brought to the United States this summer.
On May 16th, the MY CON tour will launch in New York and make stops throughout Baltimore, Atlanta, Nashville, Fort Worth, Chicago, Glendale, Oakland and Los Angeles before concluding on June 4th. Tickets go on sale March 29th at 10 AM local time through Ticketmaster.
After nine years of touring Asia, K-pop star MAMAMOO are set to make their first US stop as part of their 'MY CON' World Tour. Members Solar, Moon Byul, Whee In and Hwa Sa will visit nine arenas across America over two months beginning May 16th in New York.
Tickets for MAMAMOO's tour will go on sale at 10am local time March 29 through Ticketmaster. Additional details regarding venues and ticketing will be released in the coming weeks.
The four-member group is a favorite among K-pop fans for their retro, jazz and R&B concepts as well as strong vocal performances. Additionally, they are known for their girl boss attitude and daring fashion sense. Since 2016, they've sold out over 20 concerts worldwide with their talent and stage performance skillset.
Following an intense tour of Asia, MAMAMOO is set to embark on their 'MY CON' World Tour for the first time ever in America with Solar, Moon Byul, Whee In and Hwa Sa. The trek will bring them to nine arenas across nine states across America.
On May 16, the tour will launch in New York and continue through Baltimore, Atlanta, Nashville, Fort Worth, Chicago, Glendale, Oakland and Los Angeles over two months. Tickets go on sale at 10am local time on March 29 through Ticketmaster.
Since 2016, the four-member K-pop girl group has sold out more than twenty shows, garnering critical acclaim for their captivating performances and unique concepts. Last year they released their mini-album MIC ON and followed that up with an extensive tour throughout Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore and the Philippines. Now they bring their unmatched passion and energy to America in anticipation of once again winning over their global fandom.
Last summer, K-Pop girl group MAMAMOO triumphed in Asia and is set to make history again by embarking on their 'MY CON' World Tour 2023! This summer, the starry night quartet will bring their infectious energy and passion to some of America's biggest cities, ready to capture once again the hearts of their global fandom.
Since their debut, Solar, Moonbyul, Wheein and Hwasa have been making headlines with their unique concepts and captivating performances. Their songs have reached the top of music charts worldwide.
Their latest EP, MIC ON, reached No. 5 on Billboard's World Digital Song Sales chart. Additionally, the girls have been active as soloists, releasing several hits and collaborating with other artists.
On May 16th, MAMAMOO will begin their first North American tour in New York before visiting Baltimore, Atlanta, Nashville, Fort Worth, Chicago, Glendale and Oakland throughout the month. Finally on June 2 and 4, they'll conclude their North American trek with two shows for Californian MooMoos (fandom name)!
K-pop girl group MAMAMOO will bring their 'MY CON' World Tour to the United States for the first time in 2023, starting with nine shows across New York City and ending in Los Angeles.
The group, consisting of four members - Solar, Moon Byul, Whee In and Hwa Sa - has earned widespread recognition for their retro, jazz, R&B concepts and powerful vocal performances. Recently they completed an Asian tour with their mini-album MIC ON, continuing to amaze their fans with their incredible voices.
MAMAMOO will kick off their tour with two shows in New York, followed by Baltimore and Atlanta. From there, they'll head to Nashville, Fort Worth, Chicago and Glendale before concluding the journey with two more shows in Oakland and Los Angeles.
After their successful MY CON Asia concerts in late 2022 and early 2023, K-pop girl group MAMAMOO is embarking on a US tour. Composed of Solar (solra), Moon Byul (munbyeol), Whee In (hwiin) and Hwasa (Hwasa), they will be taking their talents to nine arenas across America.
On May 16th the girls will kick off their tour in New York City before visiting Baltimore, Atlanta, Nashville, Fort Worth, Chicago, Glendale, Oakland and Los Angeles. Tickets for the tour go on sale at 10AM local time March 29th via Ticketmaster.
The singers' latest tour dates come as they build on the success of their latest EP, Mic On, which featured the single "Illella," which peaked at No. 5 on Billboard's World Digital Song Sales chart.
MAMAMOO, the South Korean girl group from Seoul, is gearing up for their 'MY CON' World Tour 2023 to the United States. The trek will span nine cities across America over two months and include nine shows.
On March 16, the tour was officially announced and tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. local time on March 29 via Ticketmaster.
MAMAMOO will begin their nine-city tour in New York City on May 16 before visiting Baltimore, Atlanta, Nashville, Fort Worth, Chicago, Glendale and Oakland before concluding the journey on June 4 in Los Angeles.
The four-member K-pop group Solar, Moon Byul (munbyeol), Whee In (hwiin) and Hwasa (hwasa) is renowned for their retro jazz R&B concepts and strong vocal performances.
K-pop girl group MAMAMOO have sold out more than 20 concerts across Asia, and now they're hitting the United States to kick off their 'MY CON' World Tour with nine cities on both coasts plus numerous major markets in between. Beginning with New York, this journey will take them across nine cities on both coasts for an extensive tour that promises to excite fans around the globe.
Since their 2014 debut, MAMAMOO has gained notoriety for their retro, jazz and R&B concepts as well as powerful vocal performances. Their music video for "HIP" alone has received 370 million views on YouTube and 210 million streams on Spotify.
The star-making quartet has continued to delight fans with their incredible vocals and chart-topping hits, while also pursuing solo activities. Recently, they released Mic On, featuring the singles "Illella" and "Better." Additionally, they will be releasing their first single album Act 1 Scene 1 in March as well as releasing a new song with members Solar and Moon Byul later this month.