Boy band Ateez to embark on world tour from October
Boy band Ateez will embark on a world tour from October, according to its agency KQ Entertainment on Monday.
"The Fellowship: Break the Wall" will kick off in Seoul on Oct. 29 then travel to U.S. cities Anaheim, Phoenix, Dallas, Chicago, Atlanta and Newark in November. In December the boy band will perform in Toronto, Canada, and Chiba, Japan.
"We planned the world tour because of all the support from fans around the world," said the agency in a statement. "We especially took care to add cities that the band wasn't able to visit during its last world tour. The members are working to showcase newly upgraded performances so please stay tuned."
The band had embarked on a world tour “The Fellowship: Beginning of the End,” in January. It had traveled to the United States and parts of Europe until early March.
"The Fellowship: Break the Wall" will follow the band's upcoming album“The World Ep.1: Movement.” It is slated to be released on music streaming sites on July 28.
A total of seven songs — “Guerrilla,” “Propaganda,” “Sector 1,” “Cyberpunk,” “The Ring,” “WDIG (Where Do I Go)” and “New World” will be included on the album.
Ateez debuted in 2018 and has eight members: Hongjoong, Seonghwa, Yunho, Yeosang, San, Mingi, Wooyoung and Jongho. It is known for hits “Wave” (2019), "Wonderland" (2019), “Déjà vu” (2021) and “The Real” (2021).
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