Late Wednesday evening (Feb. 27), live performance organizer MyMusicTaste introduced that it is going to be bringing Okay-pop boy band SF9 to a number of cities within the United States and Europe in coming weeks.
The nine-member boy band will kick off their 2019 Unlimited tour in Chicago on April 19 on the Vic Theatre, then head to New York City, Atlanta, and Los Angeles for exhibits all through the remainder of the month. They’ll then start May with a present at Moscow’s Glavclub on May 2 earlier than hitting up Warsaw, Berlin, Amsterdam, Paris, and London.
The 10-stop live performance sequence accompanies the group’s not too long ago launched Narcissus album, which got here out on Feb. 20 and was fronted by the one “Enough.” Though rapper Zuho has been sitting out selling the album as a consequence of an harm, the band's firm FNC Entertainment tells Billboard that SF9 might be touring as a nine-member act.
SF9 is considered one of a number of Korean acts hitting up the States this spring in what is ready to be one of many busiest Okay-pop touring seasons within the U.S. ever.