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Wave to Earth announce North American leg of 2024 ‘0.03’ world tour

South Korean band Wave to Earth have announced the North American leg of their upcoming 2024 ‘0.03’ world tour, with concerts in the US and Canada.

Wave to Earth announced their 2024 ‘0.03’ world tour today (June 11), starting with the concerts and dates for the North American leg. It’ll take place from September to November this year, with 25 shows across both the US and Canada.

The band will kick off their tour on September 16 at the Vogue Theatre in the Canadian city of Vancouver. In the same month, the band will play shows in Washington, Arizona and Washington, as well as five dates in California.

In October, Wave to Earth will bring their tour to several major US cities, as well as the Canadian cities of Montreal and Toronto. The band will also be playing both weekends of the Austin City Limits Music Festival as part of their tour. The leg will wrap up with one final show in New York on November 1.

Presale tickets and VIP package sales for North American leg of Wave to Earth’s 2024 ‘0.03’ world tour will begin June 12 at 10am local time. General sale will start June 14 at 10am local time. Visit Ticketmaster for more ticketing information.

The dates for Wave to Earth’s 2024 ‘0.03’ world tour are:

16: Vancouver, British Columbia, Vogue Theatre
17: Seattle, Washington, Showbox SoDo
18: Portland, Oregon, Roseland Theater
20: Oakland, California, Fox Theater
21: San Francisco, California, The Masonic
23: Anaheim, California, House of Blues
25: Los Angeles, California, The Witern
28: San Diego, California, SOMA
29: Phoenix, Arizona, The Van Buren

01: Salt Lake City, Utah, The Depo
02: Denver, Colorado, Summit
05: Austin, Texas, Austin City Limits Music Festival
10: Lake Beuna Vista, Florida, House of Blues
12: Austin, Texas, Austin City Limits Music Festival
14: St. Louis, Missouri, The Pageant
15: Chicago, Illinois, Riviera Theatre
16: Minneapolis, Minnesota, Uptown Theater
18: Nashville, Tennessee, Brooklyn Bowl Nashville
19: Atlanta, Georgia, The Tabernacle
21: Silver Spring, Maryland, The Filmore Silver Spring
22: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Theatre of Living Arts
24: Boston, Massachusetts, House of Blues
25: Montreal, Quebec, Beanfield Theatre
27: Toronto, Ontario, HISTORY

01: New York, New York, The Hammerstein Ballroom

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