Itzy announces 1st World Tour details

K-pop group to hit North American & Korea

South Korean girl group Itzy has revealed tour details on their 1st World Tour. The five member group consisting of Yeji, Lia, Ryujin, Chaeryeong, and Yuna will embark on their first ever US concert tour with a 10-show run this fall. Produced by Live Nation, the tour kicks off in Seoul with a special two nights in SK Olympic Handball Gymnasium on August 6th & 7th then continues with the US leg on October 26th at YouTube Theater in Los Angeles making stops in Houston, Atlanta, Chicago and more before wrapping up in New York at Hulu Theater on November 13th.

Tickets on sale starting Wednesday, June 29th at 3 pm local via Ticketmaster.

The group will officially release the new mini album Checkmate on July 15th via Universal Music as their comeback.

Itzy debuted on February 12, 2019 under JYP Entertainment. With their first single album “It’z Different,” Itzy was the first K-pop idol to win both the Rookie Award and the Digital Song Award with their debut song. In 2020, ITZY received total of 15 rookie awards which made them the K-pop group with the greatest number of rookie awards.

Checkmate is the group’s fifth mini-album. Their last release, “Crazy In Love,” landed at 11th on the US Billboard’s main albums chart, its highest chart position ever in 2021 and leading them to receiving 2021 Asia Artist Awards’ Best Musician award.

Itzy The First World Tour Dates:

Aug 6 – Seoul, KOR – @ SK Olympic Handball Gymnasium
Aug 7 – Seoul, KOR @ SK Olympic Handball Gymnasium
Oct 26 – Los Angeles @ YouTube Theater
Oct 29 – Phoenix @ Arizona Federal Theatre
Nov 1 – Dallas @ The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
Nov 3 – Sugar Land, TX @ Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land
Nov 5 – Atlanta @ Fox Theatre
Nov 7 – Chicago @ Rosemont Theatre
Nov 10 – Boston @ MGM Music Hall at Fenway
Nov 13 – New York City @ Hulu Theater

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