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Since COVID-19 appeared in our lives, life as we know it changed drastically and as a result every way of entertainment was affected in this past couple of years. Concerts were a no-no due to the excess of people gathering on a same place for an extended period.

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Thankfully, since last November and December, concerts have been approved gradually with all necessary safety protocols on certain countries, BTS being the first K-pop band to return to the stage with their ‘Permission To Dance On Stage’ concert held at the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, California.

So, for every K-pop fan around the world, here is a list of the upcoming concerts for 2022:

BTS ‘Permission To Dance On Stage’

Where?

Seoul

 

 

Monsta X, (G)-Idle, NCT Dream, ENHYPEN, Mamamoo, AB6IX, Kai (EXO) ‘KPOP.FLEX’

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Where?

Germany

May 14 – Frankfurt (Deutsche Bank Park)

Tickets: here

 

TWICE World Tour

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Where?

USA

  • February 15 - Los Angeles (The Forum)
  • February 16 - Los Angeles (The Forum)
  • February 18 - Oakland (Oakland Arena)
  • February 22 - Dallas (Dickies Arena)
  • February 24 - Atlanta (State Farm Arena)
  • February 26 - New York (UBS Arena)
  • February 27 - New York (UBS Arena)

Tickets: here

Japan

  • April 23 - Tokyo (Tokyo Dome)
  • April 24 - Tokyo (Tokyo Dome)

Tickets: here

 

ATEEZ ‘The Fellowship Beginning of the End’ World Tour

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Where?

Europe (Postponed, new dates to be announced)

Tickets: here and here

           

NCT 127 ‘Neo City: The Link’ World Tour

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Where?

Japan

  • May 22 - Nagoya (Vantelin Dome Nagoya)
  • May 28 - Tokyo (Tokyo Dome)
  • May 29 - Tokyo (Tokyo Dome)
  • June 25 - Osaka (Kyocera Dome Osaka)
  • June 26 - Osaka (Kyocera Dome Osaka)

Tickets: here (Will be announced at a later date)

 

 MONSTA X ‘No Limit’ USA Tour

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Where?

USA

  • May 21 - New York, NY (Radio City Music Hall)
  • May 24 - Fairfax, VA (Eagle Bank Arena)
  • May 26 - Detroit, MI (Fox Theatre Detroit)
  • May 28 - Chicago, IL (The Chicago Theatre)
  • June 1 - Sunrise, FL (FLA Live Arena)
  • June 4 - Atlanta, GA (Gas South Arena)
  • June 6 - Fort Worth, TX (Dickies Arena)
  • June 8 - Phoenix, AZ (Arizona Federal Theatre)
  • June 11 - Los Angeles, CA (The Forum)

Tickets: here

 

‘EPIK HIGH IS HERE’ North America Tour

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Where?

USA & Canada

  • March 1 - Seattle, WA (Showbox Sodo)
  • March 2 - Portland, OR (Roseland Theater)
  • March 4 - Vancouver, BC (Vogue Theater)
  • March 6 - Calgary, AB (Macewan Hall)
  • March 8 - Salt Lake City, UT (The Depot)
  • March 9 - Denver, CO (Ogden Theatre)
  • March 11 - Minneapolis, MN (First Avenue)
  • March 12 - Chicago, IL (Vic Theatre)
  • March 13 - Detroit, MI (St. Andrews Hall)
  • March 15 - Cleveland, OH (House of Blues)
  • March 16 - Toronto, ON (History)
  • March 18 - Philadelphia, PA (Theatre of Living Arts)
  • March 19 - Pittsburgh, PA (Mr. Smalls Theatre)
  • March 21 - Boston, MA (House of Blues)
  • March 22 - New York, NY (Terminal 5)
  • March 23 - Silver Spring, MD (The Fillmore)
  • March 24 - Raleigh, NC (The Ritz)
  • March 26 - Charlotte, NC (The Fillmore)
  • March 27 - Atlanta, GA (Tabernacle)
  • March 28 - Orlando, FL (The Plaza Live)
  • March 30 - Nashville, TN (Marathon Music Works)
  • April 1 - Dallas, TX (The Studio at The Factory)
  • April 2 - Houston, TX (Warehouse Live)
  • April 3 - Austin, TX (Emo's)
  • April 6 - San Diego, CA (Soma San Diego)
  • April 8 - Phoenix, AZ (The Van Buren)
  • April 9 - Las Vegas, NV (House of Blues)
  • April 10 - Los Angeles, CA (The Novo)
  • April 12 - Oakland, CA (Fox Theatre)

Tickets: here and here

           

Eric Nam’s ‘There and Back Again’ World Tour

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Where?

North America

  • February 11 - Minneapolis (First Avenue)
  • February 12 - Chicago (The Vic)
  • February 13 - Columbus (Newport Music Hall)
  • February 15 - Cleveland (House of Blues)
  • February 16 - Pittsburgh (Mr. Smalls Theatre)
  • February 18 - Detroit (Saint Andrew's Hall)
  • February 19 - Toronto (History)
  • February 21 - Boston (House of Blues)
  • February 22 - New York (Terminal 5)
  • February 25 - Philadelphia (TLA)
  • February 26 - Washington (The Fillmore)
  • February 28 - Charlotte (The Underground)
  • March 1 - Raleigh (The Ritz)
  • March 3 - Nashville (Cannery Ballroom)
  • March 5 - Atlanta (The Eastern)
  • March 7 - Ft. Lauderdale (The Culture Room)
  • March 8 - Orlando (The Beacham)
  • March 10 - Houston (Warehouse Live - Ballroom)
  • March 11 - Dallas (1323 N. Stemmons)
  • March 12 - Austin (Emo's)

Europe/UK

  • March 22 - Stockholm (Fryshuset Klubben)
  • March 23 - Copenhagen (Vega)
  • March 25 - Brussels (La Madeleine)
  • March 26 - Frankfurt (Zoom)
  • March 28 - Amsterdam (Paradiso)
  • March 29 - Cologne (Live Music Hall)
  • March 30 - Berlin (Kesselhaus)
  • April 1 - Prague (Meet Factory)
  • April 2 - Munich (Technikum)
  • April 4 - Zurich (Dynamo Saal)
  • April 5 - Milan (Magazzini Generali)
  • April 7 - Paris (FVTVR)
  • April 10 - Glasgow (The Garage)
  • April 12 - Manchester (02 Ritz)
  • April 13 - London (02 Forum Kentish Town)

Tickets: here and here

 

BLITZERS ‘Check-In’ USA Tour

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Where?

USA

  • February 8 - San Francisco (Regency Ballroom)
  • February 9 - Seattle (The Showbox)
  • February 11 - Atlanta (Center Stage Theatre)
  • February 13 - New York (Webster Hall)
  • February 17 - Chicago (Northshore PAC)

Tickets: here and here

           

GROOVL1N USA Tour

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Where?

USA

  • March 6 - Los Angeles, CA (Avalon)
  • March 8 - Dallas, TX (South Side Music Hall)
  • March 9 - Atlanta, GA (Buckhead Theatre)
  • March 11 - Chicago, IL (Copernicus Center)
  • March 13 - New York, NY (The Town Hall)

Tickets: here

 

P1Harmony ‘P1ustage H: Peace’

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Where?

USA

  • March 11 - New York (The Town Hall)
  • March 13 - Washington D.C. (Warner Theatre)
  • March 16 - Miami (The Fillmore Miami Beach)
  • March 18 - Houston (713 Music Hall)
  • March 20 - Chicago (Copernicus Center)
  • March 23 - Denver (Fillmore Auditorium)
  • March 25 - San Jose (San Jose Civic)
  • March 27 - Los Angeles (The Theatre at Ace Hotel)

Tickets: here

 

ONEUS ‘Blood Moon’ USA Tour

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Where?

USA

  • February 12 - New York, NY (Webster Hall)
  • February 13 - Wilkes-Barre, PA (The FM Kirby Center)
  • February 16 - Pontiac, MI (The Crofoot)
  • February 19 - Minneapolis, MN (Skyway Theatre)
  • February 22 - Orlando, FL (The Plaza Live)
  • February 23 - Atlanta, GA (Center Stage Theater)
  • February 25 - Cleveland, OH (Agora Ballroom)
  • February 26 - Louisville, KY (Paristown Hall)
  • March 1 - Chicago, IL (Concord Music Hall)
  • March 3 - Lawrence, KS (Liberty Hall)
  • March 6 - Dallas, TX (South Side Music Hall)
  • March 7 - Houston, TX (White Oak Music Hall)
  • March 11 - Phoenix, AZ (Marquee Theatre Tempe)
  • March 12 - Beverly Hills, CA (Saban Theatre)

Tickets: here

           

VANNER ‘Boost Up Part 1’ USA Tour

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Where?

USA

  • March 16 - Chicago, IL (Bottom Lounge)
  • March 18 - Warrendale, PA (Jergel's Rhythm Grille)
  • March 19 - NYC, NY (The Brooklyn Monarch)
  • March 22 - Atlanta, GA (The Loft)
  • March 24 - Orlando, FL (Celine Orlando)
  • March 26 - Houston, TX (Warehouse Live)
  • March 28 - Dallas, TX (South Side Music Hall)
  • March 29 - San Antonio, TX (Paper Tiger)
  • March 31 - Sauget, IL (Pop's)
  • April 1 - Lawrence, KS (Granada Theater)
  • April 3 - Denver, CO (Summit Music Hall)
  • April 4 - Salt Lake City, UT (The Complex)
  • April 6 - San Francisco, CA (Great American Music Hall)
  • April 8 - Los Angeles, CA (The Vermont Hollywood)

Tickets: here

 

For the moment these are the confirmed K-pop groups that have announced their tours, but we still have big names off this list, one of them being BLACKPINK.

The girl K-pop band have a somewhat busy schedule for this year, they are planning on releasing a new group album and probably a World Tour that could be announced later, throughout the year.

K-pop NFTS

On 2021 some K-pop companies like SM, JYP and Hybe Entertainment decided to make a move into NFTs, despite a huge backlash from fans because of their low environmentally friendly impact, they continue they journey but are willing to use greener blockchains.

 

 

How could a non-fungible token benefit the fans? What if this NFT has a utility that could allow the holders to meet & greet their favorite K-pop idol, a personalized message, or maybe an entrance to a concert? Or will it just become digital memorabilia? In any case they need to make it in a way to keep fans happy.

After a hard couple of years, in which we have ‘learned’ to live with COVID-19 around us, been able to see our favorites artists back, live on a stage gives us happiness and a break to keep enjoy life against all adversities.

Share with us if you are planning to attend one of these concerts!

Author: Aldo

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