K-pop girl group MAMAMOO are set to embark on their first-ever tour of the US as part of their wider ‘MY CON’ world tour.
The quartet officially announced that they would be going on their first North American tour, which will comprise shows in nine cities on both coasts, as well as southern and midwestern markets, over two months.
MAMAMOO’s US tour will first kick off on May 16 in New York at the UBS Arena, before heading down the coast to Baltimore’s CFG Bank Arena and the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia.
The girl group will then head down south, with shows in Tennessee, Texas and Arizona. The quartet will wrap up their nine-date tour in early June with two shows in California, at the Oakland Arena and Kia Forum.
Tickets for MAMAMOO’s US tour are set to go on sale 10am local time March 29 at Ticketmaster. More information about ticketing is expected to be released soon.
The dates for MAMAMOO’s ‘MY CON’ US tour are:
16 – New York, New York – UBS Arena at Belmont Park
18 – Baltimore, Maryland – CFG Bank Arena
20 – Atlanta, Georgia – State Farm Arena
22 – Nashville, Tennessee – Bridgestone Arena
24 – Forth Worth, Texas – Dickies Arena
27 – Chicago, Illinois – Wintrust Arena
31 – Glendale, Arizona – Desert Diamond Arena
2 – Oakland, California – Oakland Arena
4 – Los Angeles, California – Kia Forum
Venue announcement: @RBW_MAMAMOO – My Con USA Tour!
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— Mammoth (@MammothLive) March 23, 2023
MAMAMOO’s upcoming US tour is an extension of their ongoing ‘MY CON’ world tour, which kicked off in Seoul on November 18, 2022. As part of the world tour, the girl group have performed in Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore and the Philippines, among other Asian destinations.
Meanwhile, the group’s sub-unit MAMAMOO+, comprising members Solar and Moonbyul, will release new music later this month. The duo are set to unveil the single album ‘Act 1, Scene 1’ on March 29, half a year after they made their debut in August 2022 with the song ‘Better’, featuring BIG Naughty.
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