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GOT7’s BamBam adds US dates to 2023 to 2024 ‘Area 52’ World Tour

Thai-born K-pop idol BamBam, also a member of boyband GOT7, has announced the US leg of his solo world tour ‘Area 52’.

In July 2023, BamBam shared that he would soon be holding his first-ever solo world tour. The first waves of dates for his ‘Area 52’ tour featured shows in Seoul, Manila, Macau, Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok. In August 2023, he added, a Ho Chi Minh Cit concert, alongside two Japanese concerts.

Today (December 7), BamBam announced the US leg of his world tour, set to take place in February 2024. The K-pop idol will play six concerts across five states, in cities such as Los Angeles, Dallas, Chicago and more.

Ticketing details for the newly announced shows have yet to be revealed. Keep tabs on this page for the latest information.

The dates for BamBam’s 2023 to 2024 ‘Area 52’ World Tour are:

SEPTEMBER 2023
19 – Seoul, South Korea, Olympic Hall (FINISHED)
22 – Manila, Philippines, Smart Araneta Coliseum (FINISHED)
30 – Macau, China, Lisboeta Macau (FINISHED)

OCTOBER 2023

15 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Mega Star Arena (FINISHED)
21 – Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Nguyen Du Gymnasium (FINISHED)

28 – Bangkok, Thailand, Thunderdome Stadium (FINISHED)

NOVEMBER 2023
16 – Osaka, Japan, Zepp Namba (FINISHED)
18 – Yokohama, Japan, KT Zepp Yokohama (FINISHED)

FEBRUARY 2024
10 – Oakland, California, Paramount Theatre (NEW)
12 – Los Angeles, California, Peacock Theater (NEW)
16 – Dallas, Texas, College Park Center (NEW)
19 – Chicago, Illionis, Arie Crown Theater (NEW)
22 – Washington D.C., The Anthem (NEW)
24 – New York, New York, Hulu Theater @MSG (NEW)

BamBam’s ‘Area 52’ World Tour announcement comes a handful of months after he released his debut studio album ‘Sour & Sweet’, which was led by its title track of the same name. Prior to its release, BamBam had released two solo mini-albums: ‘B’ in January 2022 and his debut record ‘riBBon’ in June 2021.

The singer embarked on his solo career under Abyss Company after he and his GOT7 bandmates left longtime agency JYP Entertainment in January 2021. The septet released the single ‘Encore’ following their departure from the company, and shared that each of them would be focusing on solo endeavours for the following year.

In May 2022, GOT7 made a comeback with their 12th self-titled mini-album and its lead single ‘Nanana’.

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