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Wave to Earth announce Asia and Europe legs of 2024 ‘flaws and all’ world tour

South Korean band Wave to Earth have announced the Asia and Europe legs of their  upcoming 2024 ‘flaws and all’ world tour.

Today (January 24), Wave to Earth revealed the the first 13 dates of their brand-new 2024 ‘flaws and all’ world tour. It will kick off in Asia on March 18 with a concert in Hong Kong, before the band head to Taipei and Tokyo in the same week.

Thereafter, the trio will bring their 2024 ‘flaws and all’ world tour to Europe, starting with a show in Milan, Italy on March 28. In the same month, the band will also perform in Copenhagen and Berlin.

Wave to Earth’s 2024 ‘flaws and all’ Europe tour will continue into April, with shows in Germany, the Netherlands, France and more. Notably, the trek will feature three concerts in the United Kingdom, in the cities of Glasgow, Manchester and London.

Wave to Earth have yet to announce the venue and ticketing details of their upcoming 2024 ‘flaws and all’ world tour. Keep tabs on this page for the latest information and updates.

The dates for Wave to Earth’s 2024 ‘flaws and all’ world tour are:

MARCH 2024
18: Hong Kong, China
21: Taipei, Taiwan
24: Tokyo, Japan
28: Milan, Italy
30: Copenhagen, Denmark
31: Berlin, Germany

APRIL 2024
02: Frankfurt, Germany
03: Brussels, Belgium
05: Amsterdam, the Netherlands
07: Glasgow, United Kingdom
08: Manchester, United Kingdom
10: London, United Kingdom
12: Paris, France

The newly announced ‘flaws and all’ world tour will kick-off shortly after Wave to Earth wrap up their upcoming ‘The First Era’ Asia tour. That trek will feature eight shows in Southeast Asia, including countries such as the Philippines, Singapore and Indonesia.

In other touring news, the artists performing at Krazy Super Concert 2024 in Los Angeles has been announced, featuring the likes of aespa, ZEROBASEONE, (G)I-DLE and more. Here’s everything we know about the upcoming concert.

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