K-pop boyband SEVENTEEN have unveiled new details for the North American leg of their forthcoming ‘Be The Sun’ world tour.
The 13-member boyband took to Twitter earlier today (May 19) to share new details regarding their upcoming world tour, ‘Be The Sun’, including venue locations and ticketing information.
In addition, ticket sales dates were also announced alongside the venues, with three separate fanclub pre-sales taking place in the coming weeks. General public sale begins on June 3 at 3pm in the respective cities’ local times, through Ticketmaster.
— 세븐틴(SEVENTEEN) (@pledis_17) May 18, 2022
More information on pre-sale registration and purchase can be found through Ticketmaster’s website here. SEVENTEEN first announced earlier this week that they would be playing 12 different cities across the US and Canada from August to September.
The dates and venues for SEVENTEEN’s forthcoming world tour are as follows:
25 – Seoul, Gocheok Sky Dome
26 – Seoul, Gocheok Sky Dome
10 – Vancouver, Rogers Arena
12 – Seattle, Climate Pledge Arena
14 – Oakland, Oakland Arena
17 – Los Angeles, The Kia Forum
20 – Houston, Toyota Center
23 – Fort Worth, Dickies Arena
25 – Chicago, United Center
28 – Washington D.C., Capital One Arena
30 – Atlanta, State Farm Arena
1 – Belmont Park, UBS Arena
3 – Toronto, Scotiabank Arena
6 – Newark, Prudential Center
The boyband have also previewed their upcoming tour of North America with a brand-new promotional video, released on May 19, featuring archival footage from their past concerts.
In addition, Pledis Entertainment also added in its original announcement that SEVENTEEN will be holding several arena shows in Asia, as well as six dome concerts in Japan from November to December later this year as part of the tour. However, the exact dates and locations of these will be shared at a later time.
SEVENTEEN are currently gearing up to release their fourth studio album, titled ‘Face The Sun’ on May 27 at 1pm KST. The group dropped its pre-release single ‘Darl+ling’ last month, which had also marked their first-ever English single performed by all 13 members of the band.
Shortly after its release, the boyband opened up about the meaning behind the song, describing it as a “gift” to their international fans. “Our international fans, even though they may not understand Korean, love us for who we are and love our music so much, so we just wanted to make a song they can easily listen to and understand,” shared member Joshua.