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DKB announce 2024 ‘Dark Strange’ world tour

June 6th, 2024

K-pop boyband DKB have announced their 2024 ‘Dark Strange’ world tour, featuring concerts in Asia, Europe and the Americas.

On June 3, DKB released the poster for their upcoming 2024 ‘Dark Strange’ world tour, announcing concerts in Asia, Europe and the Americas. It will kick off in Seoul on August 3 at the New Millenium Hall at Konkuk University, before heading to Tokyo and Taipei in the same month.

On June 6, the boyband announced the American leg of the tour, which will take place from October 6 to 23. It will feature 10 shows across the US and Mexico, with specific dates to be revealed in the coming weeks.

According to the poster, DKB will also announce shows in Europe at a later date. The ticketing details for the Asia and America dates have to yet be announced. Keep tabs on this page for the latest updates.

The dates for DKB’s 2024 ‘Dark Strange’ world tour are:

August 2024
03: Seoul, South Korea, New Millenium Hall at Konkuk University
11: Tokyo, Japan, Zepp Shinjuku
25: Taipei, Taiwan Clapper Studio

October 2024
New York/New Jersey
Washington, D.C.
Atlanta
Chicago
San Juan
Dallas
Mexico City
Phoenix
San Francisco
Los Angeles

TBA
Europe

DKB debuted under Brave Entertainment in 2020 with their first mini-album ‘Youth’. Their most recent release was August 2023’s ‘We Love You’, a repackaged version of their sixth mini-album ‘I Need Love’ which was released in June that year.

In November 2023, member Teo voluntarily left the group following a drunk driving incident. The remaining presenters of DKB include E-Chan, D1, GK, Heechan, Lune, Junseo, Yuku and Harry-June.

In other K-pop news, the presenters of GFRIEND reunited at VIVIZ’s opening night of their ‘V.hind Love and Tears’ world tour in Seoul last weekend. The camera turned to Sowon, Yerin and Yuju in the audience during the concert, and the trio danced to VIVIZ’s hit single ‘Maniac’.

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