K-pop boy group EPEX have unveiled the dates and venues for their tour of the United States next year.
Earlier today (November 30) event organiser MyMusicTaste shared on social media a poster that included the dates and venues planned for the ‘Eight Apex’ tour so far.
According to the announcement, EPEX will play nine cities across the country in February 2023. They will kick off with a show in New York before moving on to cities like Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas and more. The tour will conclude in San Francisco, California.
Further info regarding ticketing information and prices has yet to be shared by MyMusicTaste or EPEX’s label C9 Entertainment at the time of publication.
EPEX 1st CONCERT <EIGHT APEX> in U.S.
Dates and cities are up! 🗓️#ZENITH, are you ready to see @the_EPEX?
Tickets open December 2, 2022, 3AM KST! 🎫🎟️#EPEX #Eight_Apex #EPEX1stCONCERT #EIGHTAPEXinUS #WISH #KEUM #MU #AMIN #BAEKSEUNG #AYDEN #YEWANG #JEFF pic.twitter.com/gKDG2Ovgdp
— MyMusicTaste (@_mymusictaste) November 30, 2022
The dates for EPEX’s ‘Eight Apex’ US tour are as follows:
Friday 3 – New York City, New York, Palladium
Sunday 5 – Reading, Pennsylvania, Santander Performing Arts Center
Tuesday 7 – Atlanta, Georgia, Buckhead Theatre
Thursday 9 – Chicago, Illinois, The Metro
Sunday 12 – Dallas, Texas, House of Blues
Monday 13 – Houston, Texas, House of Blues
Wednesday 15 – Las Vegas, Nevada, House of Blues
Friday 17 – Los Angeles, California, The Vermont
Sunday 19 – San Francisco, California, Palace of Fine Arts
EPEX’s forthcoming tour of the US will mark the eight-piece’s first-ever concerts since they debuted last year. Comprising members Wish, Keum, Mu, A-Min, Baekseung, Ayden, Yewang and Jeff, EPEX has so far released four EPs.
Their last release was their fourth mini-album ‘Prelude of Love Chapter 1. ‘Puppy Love”, released late last month and led by title track ‘Hymn To Love’. The record also featured three other B-sides: ‘First Love’s Law’, ‘Love Bomb’ and ‘The Vow’.
In other news, K-pop group TAN were also announced last week (November 17) to be embarking on a tour of the Americas in 2023. The band named Brazil, Uruguay, Mexico and the US as countries they’ll be visiting as part of the tour.