Woosung teased his upcoming concert, titled the ‘Moth EP Showcase Tour’, on his Twitter account earlier this week. According to the announcement, the singer will visit European cities such as Paris, London and Berlin, before heading to North America for shows in both the US and Canada.
Tickets are set to go on sale on April 7. For the North American shows, sales will start at 10am local time, while tickets to the Europen shows will be available by 10am CEST or 9am BST.
WOOSUNG Moth EP Showcase Tour – North America & Europe
Tickets on sale:
North America: Thursday, April 7 @ 10 a.m. local time
Europe: Thursday, April 7 @ 10 a.m. CEST / 9 a.m. BST
— WOOSUNG (@woosungofficial) April 5, 2022
Woosung is set to kick off his Europe and North America tours in May but assured fans that Asia dates will be announced in the future. See the full list of show dates below:
15 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Tolhuistuin
18 – Paris, France – The Alhambra
19 – London, United Kingdom – O2 Academy Islington
21 – Cologne, Denmark – Kantine
23 – Warsaw, Poland – Hybrydy
25 – Berlin, Denmark – The Metropol
29 – New York, New York – Gramercy Theatre
31 – Dallas, Texas – House of Blues
2 – West Hollywood, California – The Roxy Theatre
4 – Oakland, California – Starline Social Club
6 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Fortune Sound Club
As the title implies, Woosung’s concert series will feature live performances of his forthcoming all-English language record of the same name. ‘Moth’, which is slated for release on May 13, will feature four tracks written and produced by Woosung himself according to Transparent Arts, Woosung’s management agency.
In other news, K-pop boyband TXT are reportedly getting ready to release new music next month, according to their agency Big Hit Music. “TXT are preparing to make a comeback in early May,” Big Hit Music said, as translated by Soompi. A definite release date and other details are expected to be released in the coming weeks.
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