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On November 26, concert production company Studio PAV took to Twitter to reveal the US venues where idol band N.Flying will be performing at, along with ticketing details. This comes after the initial announcement of the confirmed cities and dates that the five-member FNC Entertainment group will travel to come January 2023.
N.Flying will kick off their six-date tour in New York City before proceeding to Chicago, Puerto Rico, Atlanta, Houston, and Los Angeles. The dates for their US tour are:
Friday 13 – New York, New York, Terminal 5
Sunday 15 – Chicago, Illinois, Copernicus Center
Tuesday 17 – San Juan, Puerto Rico, Coliseo de Guaynabo
Thursday 19 – Atlanta, Georgia, Buckhead Theatre
Friday 20 – Houston, Texas, Warehouse Live
Sunday 22 – Los Angeles, California, Pasadena Civic Auditorium
Ticket details can be found at kpoptickets.com for all US dates. Prices for tickets start from USD$29 to USD$246.78.
#NFia, did you grab your ticket yet for ☁2023 N.Flying Live USA Tour 'DWUW: Do What You Want'☁
Let us know which city you will be seeing @NFlyingofficial at in January! 👀
— Studio PAV (@studio_pav) November 25, 2022
N.Flying’s US tour comes after their two ‘Into The Light’ Asia tour stops in Thailand and Taiwan this year. The band are expected to perform songs from their latest record ‘Dearest’, which was released earlier in October and was led by the single ‘I Like You’. The mini-album is the group’s first music since October 2021’s ‘Turbulence’, which was repackaged from their June 2021 studio album ‘Man On The Moon’.
Notably, ‘Dearest’ is N.Flying’s final project as a full group before members Cha Hun and Kim Jae-hyun enlist for military duty by the end of 2022, though the group told NME in an interview that they weren’t focusing on that while making the record. “Of course, we have to fulfil our duty as citizens,” Kim said. “However, we are preparing lots of things to show. It’s not that I put a lot of effort into this album because it’s our last time before enlistment, but I think I focused more on meeting [fanbase] N.Fia after a long time since our comeback. So I want to enjoy that feeling more.”