EVERGLOW share venue and ticketing details for debut Southeast Asia tour

They will perform in Manila, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta in December

K-pop girl group EVERGLOW have announced the dates and cities for their debut Southeast Asia tour next month.

On November 15, K-pop concert promoter Magic Sound Entertainment announced on Twitter that EVERGLOW will host a four-city concert tour in Southeast Asia. This also marks the Yuehua Entertainment girl group’s first headlining concert in the region. They will kick off the Southeast Asian leg of shows in December from Manila and proceed to Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta.

Magic Sound later published venue, ticketing and additional information on fan benefits for all four Southeast Asian shows on November 24. Tickets for these shows will be made available for purchase the next day (November 25) at 3pm local time in each respective city.

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Tickets can be purchased for the Manila, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta shows via Ticketnet’s website and physical branches, TicketMelon, my.bookmyshow.com and Tiket, respectively.

The dates and venues for EVERGLOW’s Southeast Asia tour are:

DECEMBER 2022
Friday 15 – New Frontier Theater, Manila 
Saturday 17 – Central World Live, Bangkok
Monday 19 – Zepp Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur
Wednesday 21 – Balai Sarbini, Jakarta

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The girl group will also perform at Ripples For Hope 2022: A K-pop Friendship Day & Night event in Manila on November 26 alongside fellow K-pop groups AKMU and MOMOLAND. Tickets are now available via SM Tickets.

EVERGLOW last performed live as a four-piece — Sihyeon, E:U, Mia, and Onda — at HallyuPopFest in Sydney in August. Member Aisha was absent as she was hospitalised due to a “sudden health deterioration”, Yuhua Entertainment said. Earlier in January, the label also announced that member Yiren “will be taking a break [in China] for a while to spend time with her family. EVERGLOW will continue their domestic activities with five members, and carry out their schedule as planned.” It is unclear if both members will join their groupmates for the upcoming concerts.

The group’s last release was December 2021’s ‘Return of The Girl’ mini-album featuring lead single ‘Pirate’. “With ‘Pirate’, we want to take over and lead the world with our energy,” leader Sihyeon described the song in an interview with NME. “While, of course, we want to be respected as performers and singers, we also want to be recognised [as people] who can act as role models to others.”

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