Tickets available for the US shows starting March 28th
One of the newest K-pop groups on the scene, NMIXX, has announced their first-ever showcase tour – NMIXX Showcase Tour. The 13-city exclusive run of shows, produced by Live Nation, kicks off on May 2nd at Seattle’s Moore Theatre making stops in Los Angeles, Houston, Atlanta and more before wrapping up in Brooklyn’s Kings Theatre on May 16th. The showcase tour then continues in Asia on June 4th in Bangkok, while also stopping in Jakarta, Taipei, and Singapore, before playing the final show in Manila.
The tour will feature music from their first EP Expérgo. Fans have been anxiously awaiting the group’s comeback after it was first teased earlier last month. Teasers and photos have stayed true to the groups’ bright, bold and colorful concept. The next chapter is displayed in their latest film, “Wisdom, Love, Courage” which dazzled fans with its visually dynamic fantasy world.
Tickets will be available for the US shows starting on Tuesday, March 28th at 3pm local time via Ticketmaster.
NMIXX is a South Korean girl group formed by SQU4D, a sub label of JYP Entertainment. Consisting of Lily, Haewon, Sullyoon, Bae, Jiwoo and Kyujin, NMIXX debuted in February 2022 with the single “Ad Mare” that featured the title track “O.O.”
The name NMIXX combines the letter “N,” which stands for “now,” “new,” “next,” and the unknown “,n” and the word “mix,” which symbolizes combination and diversity, altogether meaning “the best combination for a new era”. NMIXX’s debut single “Ad Mare” introduces a new genre called Mixx Pop, packed with the confidence and ambition of a new group ready to take on the world. It blends in two or more genres into one flavorful song and represents the unusual experiment of NMIXX. “O.O.” is a reinterpretation of baile funk and the track leads the listeners to the world of Mixx Pop.
NMIXX Showcase Tour Dates:
May 2 – Seattle, WA @ Moore Theatre
May 4 – San Jose, CA @ San Jose Civic
May 5 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern
May 8 – Dallas, TX @ The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
May 9 – Houston, TX @ Bayou Music Center
May 12 – Atlanta, GA @ Coca-Cola Roxy
May 14 – Washington, DC @ Warner Theatre
May 16 – Brooklyn, NY @ Kings Theatre
June 4 – Bangkok, TH
June 9 – Jakarta, ID
June 18 – Taipei, TW
June 23 – Singapore, SG
June 30 – Manila, PH