Late Wednesday night (Feb. 27), concert organizer MyMusicTaste announced that it will be bringing K-pop boy band SF9 to multiple cities in the United States and Europe in coming weeks.
The nine-member boy band will kick off their 2019 Unlimited tour in Chicago on April 19 at the Vic Theatre, then head to New York City, Atlanta, and Los Angeles for shows throughout the rest of the month. They’ll then begin May with a show at Moscow’s Glavclub on May 2 before hitting up Warsaw, Berlin, Amsterdam, Paris, and London.
The 10-stop concert series accompanies the group’s recently released Narcissus album, which came out on Feb. 20 and was fronted by the single “Enough.” Though rapper Zuho has been sitting out promoting the album due to an injury, the band's company FNC Entertainment tells Billboard that SF9 will be touring as a nine-member act.
SF9 is one of several Korean acts hitting up the States this spring in what is set to be one of the busiest K-pop touring seasons in the U.S. ever.
SF9 Tour Dates:
April 19 – Chicago at The Vic Theatre
April 21 – New York at Kings Theatre
April 24 – Atlanta at Center Stage Theater
April 26 – Los Angeles at The Fonda Theatre
May 2 – Moscow at Glavclub
May 3 – Warsaw at Progresja
May 5 – Berlin at Astra
May 8 – Amsterdam at Melkweg
May 9 – Paris at Casino de Paris
May 12 – London at O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire