Upcoming K-pop concerts, tours and music festivals in Asia: aespa, RIIZE, (G)I-DLE and more

Borders are open, live music is back and the K-pop touring cycle is in full swing. Stars including aespa, RIIZE and (G)I-DLE are touring the world with new tunes in tow – and hitting Asia very soon.

While some of those artists are staging their own headline shows, others are on the line-ups of music festivals with both multi-genre and Hallyu-only line-ups. The announcements have been coming thick and fast of late so NME‘s decided to help with a handy list of K-pop concerts and music festivals in Asia for 2024.

Scroll down to see if your favourite K-pop artist is touring Asia and get info on cities, dates, venues, tickets and more.

NCT Dream

NCT Dream in 2023. Credit: Theo Wargo/Getty Images for iHeartRadio

‘The Dream Show 3’ World Tour – Manila

August 2024
Saturday 10 to Sunday 11 – Manila, The Philippines, SM Mall of Asia Arena

NCT Dream have announced a series of shows across Asia as part of their upcoming ‘The Dream Show 3’ world tour, which will officially begin in May with concerts in eight cities across the continent through to August.

RIIZE

RIIZE. Credits: Chosun Ilbo JNS via Getty.

2024 ‘RIIZING Day Fan-Con’ World Tour – Manila, Singapore, Bangkok and Jakarta

July 2024
Sunday 14 – Manila, Philippines, Smart Aranetra Coliseum
Saturday 20 – Singapore, Singapore, Expo Hall 7
Saturday 27 to Sunday 28 – Bangkok, Thailand, Thunder Dome

August 2024
Saturday 31 – Jakarta, Indonesia, ICE BSD City Hall 5

SM Entertainment rookie boyband RIIZE are set to embark on their first fan-con world tour this April with stops across Asia and the US. The group will make stops in cities such as Tokyo, Taipei, Singapore and more from April through to August, making it their first overseas headline shows since debut. Check this page for the latest updates.

IVE

IVE CREDIT: The Chosunilbo JNS/Imazins via Getty Images

‘Show What I Have’ 2023-2024 world tour – Manila and Seoul

July 2024
Saturday 13 – Manila, the Philippines, SM Mall of Asia Arena

August 2024
Saturday 10 to Sunday 11 – Seoul, South Korea, KSPO Dome (encore concerts)

Tickets are available via LiveNation.

Following their ‘Prom Queens’ Asia tour in 2023 and the release of their mini-album ‘I’VE MINE’, top rookie girl group IVE are setting off on their first-ever world tour. The sextet will be touring Asia from January to early March next year before heading to the US and Europe, before returning in July for shows in Hong Kong and Manila.

ARTMS

L-R: HeeJin, Choerry, HaSeul, JinSoul and Kim Lip of ARTMS. Credit: The Chosunilbo JNS/Imazins via Getty Images; Han Myung-Gu/WireImage

2024 ‘Moonshot’ world tour – Seoul and Yokohama

July 2024
Saturday 20 to Sunday 21 – Seoul, South Korea, Ewha Women’s University Samsung Hall
Saturday 27 – Yokohama, Japan, KT Zepp Yokohama

ARTMS announced several dates in Asia and North America for their upcoming ‘Moonshot’ world tour, which will begin with two shows in Seoul and one in Yokohama, before the five-piece embark on the North American leg of the tour. Keep tabs on this page for the latest updates.

Tomorrow X Together

TXT in 2023. Credit: Mike Coppola/Getty Images for MTV

2024 ‘Act: Promise’ world tour – Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Macau, Singapore, Fukuoka, Jakarta and Taipei

July 2024
Wednesday 10 to Thursday 11 – Tokyo, Japan, Tokyo Dome
Saturday 27 to Sunday 28 – Osaka, Japan, Kyocera Dome

August 2024
Sunday 4 to Monday 5 – Nagoya, Japan, Vantelin Dome Nagoya
Friday 30 to Saturday 31 – Macau, China, Galaxy Arena

September 2024
Saturday 7 – Singapore, Singapore, Indoor Stadium
Saturday 14 to Sunday 15 – Fukuoka, Japan, Fukuoka PayPay Dome

November 2024
Saturday 2 – Jakarta, Indonesia, ICE BSD Hall
Tuesday 5 to Wednesday 6 – Taipei, Taiwan, NTSU Arena – Linkou Arena

Fresh off the back of their concluded US leg of the ‘Act: Promise’ world tour, the Big Hit Music boyband announced an additional set of shows and stops in Asia. The quintet will play six dates in cities such as Singapore, Jakarta, Taipei and more. Ticketing information will be revealed at a later stage.

THE BOYZ

THE BOYZ. Credit: Getty Images/Pool

2024 ‘Zeneration II’ world tour – Seoul, Bangkok, Jakarta, Manila, Macau, Kuala Lumpur

July 2024
Friday 12 to Sunday 14 – Seoul, South Korea, KSPO Dome

August 2024
Saturday 17 to Sunday 18 – Bangkok, Thailand
Saturday 24 – Jakarta, Indonesia, Tennis Indoor Senayan
Sunday 25 – Manila, the Philippines, SM Mall of Asia Arena
Saturday 31 – Macau, China, Studio City Event Center

September 2024
Saturday 7 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

THE BOYZ recently announced plans to go on an expansive world tour dubbed ‘Zeneration II’, which will take them to North America, Europe and Asia. So far, the band has announced six cities for the tour’s Asian leg, however more dates have yet to be revealed, per their initial announcement. More information such as ticketing, venues and more have yet to be announced – keep tabs on this page for the latest updates.

NCT’s Doyoung

NCT’s Doyoung. Credit: SM Entertainment

2024 ‘Dear Youth’ tour – Aichi, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Tokyo, Manila and Jakarta

August 2024
Saturday 10 to Sunday 11 – Aichi, Japan, Nagoya Congress Center Century Hall
Sunday 18 – Hong Kong, China, AsiaWorld-Expo, Runway 11
Saturday 24 to Sunday 25 – Bangkok, Thailand, UOB Live

September 2024
Wednesday 4 – Manila, the Philippines, Araneta Coliseum
Saturday 7 to Sunday 8 – Tokyo, Japan, Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium Main Arena
Saturday 21 – Jakarta, Indonesia, ICE BSD Hall 1

Following the release of his new album ‘Youth’, NCT vocalist Doyoung will be heading on his first-ever solo headline concert beginning with a three-night concert in Seoul this May. The singer will then head to Japan, Hong Kong and Southeast Asia.

ITZY

ITZY in 2023. Credit: The Chosunilbo JNS/Imazins via Getty Images

‘Born to Be’ World Tour – Taipei, Manila and Hong Kong

July 2024
Saturday 20 – Taipei, Taiwan, Taipei Arena

August 2024
Saturday 03 – Manila, the Philippines, SM Mall of Asia Arena
Saturday 10 – Hong Kong, China, AsiaWorld-Arena

In support of their second studio album ‘Born to Be’, ITZY have announced a massive world tour in 2024. The girl group will kick off the tour this February in Seoul, before hitting several Asian cities throughout the year between their shows in Oceania, North America and Europe.

XG

XG performs at 88rising presents at Singapore F1 Grand Prix 2023. Credit: Suhaimi Abdullah/Getty Images

2024 ‘The First Howl’ world tour – Osaka, Yokohama, Bangkok, Seoul, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Manila, Taipei

July 2024
Thursday 11 – Seoul, South Korea, Yes24 Live Hall
Saturday 13 – Taipei, Taiwan, TICC
Tuesday 16 – Singapore, Singapore, The Star Theatre

August 2024
Friday 2 – Manila, the Philippines, Araneta Coliseum
Sunday 4 – Bangkok, Thailand, UOB Live
Wednesday 7 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Mega Star Arena

The South Korean-based Japanese girl group announced their highly anticipated first-ever world tour since debut, dubbed ‘The First Howl’ which kicked off with shows in Osaka and Yokohama in May. The group also announced an expansion of the tour to Australia, Greater China and more, although specifics regarding those have yet to be shared. Check this page for the latest updates.

aespa

aespa CREDIT: Johnny Louis/Getty Images

‘SYNK: Parallel Line’ World Tour – Aichi, Saitama, Osaka, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taipei, Jakarta, Macau, Bangkok

July 2024
Wednesday 10 to Thursday 11 – Aichi, Japan, Aichi Sky Expo
Sunday 14 to Monday 15 – Saitama, Japan, Saitama Super Arena
Saturday 20 – Singapore, Singapore, Indoor Stadium
Saturday 27 to Sunday 28 – Osaka, Japan, Asue Arena Osaka

August 2024
Saturday 3 – Hong Kong, China, AsiaWorld-Expo Hall 10
Saturday 10 – Taipei, Taiwan, NTSU Arena
Saturday 17 to Sunday 18 – Tokyo, Japan, Tokyo Dome
Saturday 24 – Jakarta, Indonesia, Beach City International Stadium

September 2024
Saturday 21 – Macau, China, Macau Studio City Event Center
Saturday 28 to Sunday 29 – Bangkok, Thailand

The four-piece recently announced the Asian and Australian legs of their upcoming world tour dubbed ‘SYNK: Parallel Line’, slated to kick off in late June. The tour will bring them across 11 cities in Asia, including several in Japan and Southeast Asia. More information regarding ticketing have yet to be announced by organisers – check this page for the latest updates.

ZEROBASEONE

ZEROBASEONE in 2024. Credit: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images

2024 ‘The First Tour’ – Seoul, Singapore, Bangkok, Manila, Jakarta, Macau, Aichi, Kanagawa

September 2024
Friday 20 to Sunday 22 – Seoul, South Korea, KSPO Dome
Saturday 28 – Singapore, Singapore, Indoor Stadium

October 2024
Saturday 5 – Bangkok, Thailand, Impact Exhibition Hall 5-6
Saturday 12 – Manila, the Philippines, SM Mall Of Asia Arena
Saturday 26 – Jakarta, Indonesia, ICE BSD City Hall 5-6

November 2024
Saturday 2 to Sunday 3 – Macau, China, Galaxy Arena
Friday 29 to Saturday 30 – Aichi, Japan, Aichi Sky Expo Hall A

December 2024 
Sunday 1 – Aichi, Japan, Aichi Sky Expo Hall A
Wednesday 4 to Thursday 5 – Kanagawa, Japan, K-Arena Yokohama

ZEROBASEONE has announced a sprawling tour of Asia slated for the latter half of the year, starting with a three-night residency in Seoul’s KSPO Dome before heading to cities such as Singapore, Manila, Jakarta, Bangkok and more. Ticketing information has yet to be announced.

SHINee’s Key

SHINee’s Key. Credit: The Chosunilbo JNS/Imazins via Getty Images

2024 ‘Keyland On: And On’ Asia tour – Bangkok, Jakarta, Macau, Kaohsiung

July 2024
Sunday 14 – Bangkok, Thailand, MCC Hall
Saturday 20 – Jakarta, Indonesia, The Kasablanka Hall
Sunday 28 – Macau, China, Macau Broadway Theatre

August 2024
Saturday 17 – Kaohsiung, Taiwan, Kaohsiung Music Center

The SHINee soloist has announced a four-stop tour of Asia planned for the coming year, with a show in Bangkok to kick off the brief tour in mid July, until the tour officially concludes in the Taiwanese city of Kaohsiung in mid-August. Ticketing information for existing stops have yet to be announced, while it currently remains unclear if Key has any plans to expand the tour to various other cities.

BtoB

BtoB. Credit: Getty Images/JTBC PLUS

2024 ‘Our Dream’ fan-con – Taipei and Jakarta

June 2024
Friday 28 to Saturday 29 – Taipei, Taiwan, Taipei International Convention Center

July 2024
Saturday 13 – Jakarta, Indonesia, Beach City International Stadium

BtoB are currently in the midst of their ‘Our Dream’ fan-con tour, which is expected to continue later this month with a show in Hong Kong’s Kitec Star Hall, before the band moves on for shows in Taipei and Jakarta in June and July respectively.

IU

IU. Credits: Han Myung-gu via Getty.

2024 ‘HEREH’ world tour – Seoul

September 2024
Saturday 21 to Sunday 22 – Seoul, South Korea, Seoul World Cup Stadium (encore concerts)

Ahead of her next album, IU has finally announced her massive, first-ever world tour. The singer will kick off the tour with two weekends of shows in Seoul, before heading to Yokohama, Taipei, Singapore, Jakarta and Hong Kong in the following months, playing two shows at each stop.

Between shows in Europe and the US, she will also head to Manila, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok and Osaka. She will then be returning to Seoul for two nights of encore concerts in order to wrap the tour up.

EXO’s Baekhyun

EXO’s Baekhyun in 2023. Credit: Medios y Media/Getty Images

2024 ‘Lonsdaleite [dot]’ encore concert – Seoul

July 2024
Saturday 27 to Sunday 28 – Seoul, South Korea, KSPO Dome

The EXO vocalist has recently announced a two-night encore show dubbed ‘Lonsdaleite [dot]’, coming shortly after he wrapped up his Asia tour just last weekend with a two-night show in Bangkok. Tickets for his upcoming encore concert at Seoul’s esteemed KSPO Dome will go on sale to the general public on June 21 via Melon Ticket.

EXO’s Suho

EXO’s Suho. Credit: Getty Images/Han Myung-gu

2024 ‘Welcome to SU:HOME’ Asia tour – Taipei, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Dubai, Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya

July 2024
Saturday 13 – Taipei, Taiwan, Taipei Music Center
Saturday 20 – Bangkok, Thailand, Royal Paragon Hall
Sunday 28 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Mega Star Arena

August 2024
Saturday 10 – Jakarta, Indonesia, Tennis Indoor Senayan

September 2024
Friday 20 – Dubai, United Arab Emirates, The Agenda
Friday 27 to Saturday 28 – Tokyo, Japan, Tachikawa Stage Garden

October 2024
Friday 11 – Osaka, Japan, Fenice Sacay
Saturday 12 – Nagoya, Japan, Nittera Hall Forest Hall

Following a two-night residency at Seoul’s Olympic Hall for his solo concert dubbed ‘Welcome to SU:HOME’ in May, the EXO leader is set to tour select cities across Asia from June to July, with stops in Hong Kong, Taipei, Bangkok, Manila and Kuala Lumpur so far.

EXO’s D.O

D.O. Credit: Getty Images/The Chosunilbo JNS

2024 ‘Bloom’ Asian Fan Concert Tour – Jakarta, Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, Singapore, Bangkok, Malaysia, Manila

July 2024
Friday 12 – Jakarta, Indonesia, Kasablanka Hall
Thursday 18 – Tokyo, Japan, Tachikawa Stage Garden
Friday 19 – Nagoya, Japan, Niterra Hall
Sunday 21 – Osaka, Japan, Grand Cube Osaka

August 2024
Thursday 8 – Singapore, Singapore, Indoor Stadium
Saturday 10 – Bangkok, Thailand, Thunder Dome
Saturday 17 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Axiata Arena Bukit Jalil
Saturday 31 – Manila, the Philippines, Araneta Coliseum

September 2024
Sunday 01 – Manila, the Philippines, Araneta Coliseum

The EXO vocalist will be embarking on a tour of Asia this coming year, with two kick-off shows in Seoul, South Korea in early June before he’s set to visit cities in Japan, China, Taiwan and Southeast Asia. Other information on how to purchase tickets have yet to be announced; check this page for the latest updates.

SHINee’s Onew

SHINee’s Onew in 2016. Credit: The Chosunilbo JNS/Imazins via Getty Images

2024 ‘Guess!’ tour – Kaohsiung, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur

July 2024
Saturday 13 – Kaohsiung, Taiwan, Kaohsiung Music Center
Sunday 21 – Singapore, Singapore, Resorts World Ballroom
Saturday 27 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Stadium Malawati Shah Alam

SHINee singer Onew has announced his new ‘Guess!’ tour, which includes dates in South Korea, Japan, as well as the Philippines, Singapore and more. Kicking off in Seoul later this month, fans across East and Southeast Asia can look forward to hearing hits like ‘Dice’ and ‘O (Circle)’ live on tour.

DPR

DPR IAN. Credits: Scott Dudelson via Getty.

2024 ‘The Dream Reborn’ world tour – Seoul, Singapore, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Hong Kong and New Taipei City

July 2024
Saturday 13 to Sunday 14 – Seoul, South Korea, Olympic Hall

December 2024
Thursday 12 – Singapore, Expo Hall 7
Saturday 14 – Jakarta, Indonesia, Beach City International Stadium
Wednesday 18 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Mega Star Arena
Friday 20 – Bangkok, Thailand
Sunday 22 – Hong Kong, China
Saturday 28 – New Taipei City, Taiwan

Music collective Dream Perfect Regime (DPR) have announced their next world tour, set to kick off in Seoul later this month. Artists DPR Ian, DPR Cream and DPR Artic will first perform across the Americas, Europe and Oceania, before bringing their tour to the rest of Asia this December.

Soojin

Soojin in 2019. Credit: JTBC PLUS/Imazins via Getty Images

2024 ‘Summer Daze’ tour – Tokyo, Taipei, Macau and Singapore

July 2024
Monday 15 – Tokyo, Japan, Hokutopia Sakura Hall
Saturday 20 – Taipei, Taiwan, Taipei International Convention Center
Saturday 27 – Macau, China, H853 Entertainment Place Lisboeta Macau

August 2024
Friday 9 – Singapore, Capitol Theatre

Following her ‘Flowering’ fan concert tour in Oceania and Hong Kong, the former (G)I-DLE member is set to tour in Asia later this month. Fans can look forward to the singer performing songs from her two solo albums ‘Agassy’ and ‘Rizz’.

MONSTA X’s I.M

MONSTA X’s I.M. Credit: Han Myung-gu/Getty Images

2024 ‘Off The Beat’ world tour – Taipei, Tokyo, Bangkok and Macau

September 2024
Thursday 19 – Taipei, Taiwan, Zepp New Taipei
Sunday 22 – Tokyo, Japan, Spotify O-East
Tuesday 24 – Bangkok, Thailand, UOB Live
Sunday 29 – Macau, China, Broadway Theatre

Earlier this week, MONSTA X rapper I.M announced his 2024 ‘Off The Beat’ world tour in support of his recently released mini-album of the same name. The expansive solo tour will kick off with a two-night residency in Seoul, before he embarks on the Europe and North American legs of the tour in July and August. The idol will then visit four cities in Asia before wrapping up the tour in September. View the full list of tour dates here.

HIGHLIGHT

Highlight in 2022. Credit: Han Myung-Gu/WireImage

2024 ‘HIGHLIGHT LIVE: Lights Go On, Again’ Asia tour – Tokyo

July 2024
Friday 19 to Sunday 20 – Tokyo, Japan, Zepp Haneda

Boyband HIGHLIGHT are set to embark on their first headline tour of Asia in about two years this summer. The tour currently consists of only four stops so far, beginning with a performance in Hong Kong this June. The band will also notably be able to perform past BEAST songs after successful negotiations with CUBE Entertainment over the rights to their previous group name and discography.

B.I

B.I in 2023. Credit: Kristy Sparow/Getty Images

‘2024 Hype Up’ Tour – Macau

July 2024
Saturday 13 – Macau, China, Broadway Macau

The K-pop soloist has announced the first six shows of his newly announced 2024 ‘Hype Up tour’, which will take him to cities across Asia such as Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong and more.

82MAJOR

82MAJOR. Credit: MBCPLUS/Getty Images

2024 ‘Global Tour’ – Taipei

October 2024
Sunday 6 – Taipei, Taiwan

Rookie boyband 82MAJOR have announced an intimate global tour set to kick off with its first and only Asian stop in Taipei in October. The four-stop tour, which includes shows in multiple Canadian cities, will mark the band’s first overseas headline tour. Venue and ticketing information have yet to be announced, but fans can keep an eye on this page for the latest updates.

Super Junior

Super Junior in 2023. Credit: Mauricio Santana/Getty Images

2024 ‘Super Show Spin-off: Halftime’ Asia tour – Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Taipei, Hong Kong and Jakarta

July 2024
Sunday 14 – Singapore, Singapore, Indoor Stadium
Sunday 28 – Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Phu Tho Indoor Sports Stadium

August 2024
Saturday 3 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Axiata Arena
Saturday 17 to Sunday 18 – Taipei, Taiwan, Taipei Arena

September 2024
Friday 6 to Saturday 7 – Hong Kong, China, AWE Arena
Saturday 14 – Jakarta, Indonesia, BCIS

2024 is looking to be a busy year for Super Junior, with the full group announcing their new ‘Super Show Spin-off: Halftime’ tour in addition to tours by subunit L.S.S and member Kyuhyun. Ticketing information for all stops have yet to be announced.

OnlyOneOf

OnlyOneOf. Credit: Getty Images/Jun Sato

2024 ‘dOpamine’ world tour – Singapore, Bangkok and Jakarta

July 2024
Thursday 11 – Singapore, Singapore, Capitol Theatre
Saturday 13 – Bangkok, Thailand, Ultra Arena Bravo BKK
Tuesday 16 – Jakarta, Indonesia, Cipurta Artprenuer

Korean boyband OnlyOneOf have announced eight Asian stops for their upcoming ‘dOpamine’ world tour, slated to run throughout July. However, a venue for the remaining Hong Kong show as well as ticketing information have yet to be announced by the band’s concert organisers Studio PAV.

2PM’s Jun. K

2PM’s Jun K in 2013. Credit: Han Myung-Gu/WireImage

2024 ‘Summer Room’ tour – Osaka

July 2024
Saturday 20 – Osaka, Japan, Orix Theater

South Korean singer Jun. K, best known as a member of boyband 2PM, has announced that he will be embarking on a solo tour this year. Set to kick off in Yokohama this June, the singer will perform in Latin America before returning to Japan in Osaka. Venues and ticketing details have yet to be announced.

(G)I-DLE

(G)I-DLE. Credit: Getty Images/Theo Wargo

2024 ‘i-DOL’ world tour – Seoul, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Taipei, Bangkok, Macau

August 2024
Saturday 3 to Sunday 4 – Seoul, South Korea, KSPO Dome
Saturday 24 to Sunday 25 – Hong Kong, China, AsiaWorld-Expo
Saturday 31 – Tokyo, Japan, Ariaka Arena

September 2024
Sunday 1 – Tokyo, Japan, Ariaka Arena

October 2024
Saturday 5 to Sunday 6 – Taipei, Taiwan, Taipei Arena
Saturday 19 – Bangkok, Thailand, Impact Arena
Saturday 26 to Sunday 27 – Macau, China, Galaxy Arena

(G)I-DLE are set to embark on a 19-show tour of Asia, US and Australia from August to November this year, with a total of six Asian cities on the roster so far. Venue and ticketing information have yet to be specified by the group or their label as of writing – check this page for the latest updates.

Epik High

Epik High in 2022. Credit: Timothy Norris/Getty Images for Coachella

2024 ‘The Pump’ world tour – Taipei and Kuala Lumpur

July 2024
Saturday 27 – Taipei, Taiwan, NTU Sports Centre

August 2024
Friday 2 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, HGH Convention Centre

Epik High recently announced their 2024 ‘The Pump’ world tour, which is scheduled to kick off with a brief Asian leg in late June before the veteran hip-hop trio head for an expansive North American leg from late August onwards. According to the band’s announcement, there are more Asian stops to be announced at a later stage. Tickets can be purchased at epikhigh.com.

DKB

DKB. Credit: The Chosunilbo JNS/Getty Images

2024 ‘Dark Strange’ world tour – Seoul, Tokyo and Taipei

August 2024
Saturday 3 – Seoul, South Korea, New Millenium Hall at Konkuk University
Sunday 11 – Tokyo, Japan, Zepp Shinjuku
Sunday 25 – Taipei, Taiwan, Clapper Studio

The Brave Entertainment boyband recently announced the first three and only Asian stops for their upcoming ‘Dark Strange’ world tour, which is slated to kick start in August with their first show in Seoul, followed up by shows in Tokyo and Taiwan. The boyband will also be heading to the Americas and Europe following these Asian stops, however a detailed list has yet to be announced.

Red Velvet

Red Velvet. Credit: The Chosunilbo JNS/Getty Images

‘HAPPINESS: My Dear ReVe1uv’ 2024 Fancon tour – Seoul

August 2024
Saturday 3 to Sunday 4 – Seoul, Olympic Handball Stadium
Saturday 17 to Sunday 18 – Bangkok, Thailand, Impact Arena

September 2024
Saturday 7 – Jakarta, Indonesia, Beach City International Stadium
Saturday 14 – Manila, the Philippines, SM Mall of Asia Arena
Saturday 28 – Macau, China, Studio City Event Center

Ahead of their upcoming return with mini-album ‘Cosmic’, Red Velvet have also announced a new fan concert tour kicking off this August. The tour will begin with a two-night show in Seoul, followed by shows in Bangkok, Jakarta, Manila and Macau.

Waterbomb Singapore 2024

L-R: BIBI, GOT7’s BamBam, Kwon Eun-bi. Credit: Han Myung-Gu/WireImage; Kristy Sparow/Getty Images; The Chosunilbo JNS/Imazins via Getty Images

Waterbomb Singapore 2024 – Singapore

Day One Line-Up:
Alyph
Jessi
Kid Milli
Kwon Eun-bi
Lullaboy
Rain
Sandara Park
VIVIZ

Day Two Line-Up:
Bambam
BIBI
Chung Ha
CL
Haven
Loco
Sorn
Team Bebe

August 2024
Saturday 24 to Sunday 25 – Singapore, Siloso Beach

South Korea’s iconic Waterbomb summer concerts are making its way to Singapore for the first time this year. The two-day Singapore show will include Waterbomb icons like BIBI and Kwon Eun-bi, along with popular K-pop acts like VIVIZ and Chung Ha.

eaJ

eaJ. Credit: Jim Spellman/Getty Images

2024 ‘when the rain stopped following me’ Asia tour – Manila, Jakarta, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Tokyo and Seoul

September 2024 
Sunday 1 – Manila, the Philippines, SM North EDSA Skydome
Wednesday 4 – Jakarta, Indonesia, Bengkel Space
Friday 6 – Bangkok, Thailand, Centre Pointe Laselle
Sunday 8 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Zepp Kuala Lumpur
Monday 9 – Singapore, Singapore, Capitol Theatre
Wednesday 11 – Tokyo, Japan, Duo Music Exchange
Friday 13 to Saturday 14 – Seoul, South Korea, Yes24 Live Hall

eaJ, also formerly known as Jae, a former member of South Korean boyband Day6, has announced a seven-city tour of Asia to kick off this September. Dubbed the ‘when the rain stopped following me’ tour, eaJ will begin his tour in Manila, before moving on to cities such as Jakarta, Singapore and Tokyo before wrapping up with a two-night residency at Seoul’s Yes24 Live Hall. Fans can read up on how to purchase tickets via Songkick.

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