Stray Kids to hold extra concert with the popularity of world tour, 12 more stages to go on North America

연합뉴스 / 2022-05-11 11:19:09
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▲ This photo, provided by JYP Entertainment, shows Stray Kids. (PHOTO NOT FOR SALE) (Yonhap)

 

 

▲ This photo, provided by JYP Entertainment, shows a poster of Stray Kids' second world tour, 'MANIAC.' (PHOTO NOT FOR SALE) (Yonhap)

 

 

SEOUL, May 11 (Yonhap) -- K-pop boy group Stray Kids, who will start a world tour in Japan and America next month, decided to hold extra concerts in America.

The agency of Stray Kids, JYP Entertainment, announced on the 11th that "Stray Kids will have one extra concert in Seattle and two concerts in Anaheim, with all tickets of Stray Kids' second world tour 'MANIAC' in North America being sold out."

Stray Kids was scheduled to meet fans in 7 cities starting from Newark, Chicago, Los Angeles, but with concerts being added, they will appear on 12 stages at a total of 8 cities.

This concert is an exclusive offline concert for the first time in two years and 5 months after a world tour in 2019.

The agency said that "As Stray Kids certainly showed the aspect of 'K-performance leader' in a performance held in Seoul, they will captivate fans with their remarkable presence in the U.S., the home of pop."

Stray Kids will continue the tour performances in U.S., after meeting local fans in Kobe, Japan, from the 11th to 12th, and Tokyo from 18th to 19th.

Meanwhile, Stray Kids has been on the Billboard main album chart for 7 consecutive weeks.

According to a recent chart which Billboard announced on the 10th, Stray Kids' mini album 'ODDINARY,' released in March, recorded 184th on the 'Billboard 200' chart.

This album has topped the 'Billboard 200' chart for the third time as a K-pop singer.

'Billboard 200' ranks albums by adding the number of digital music downloads converted into album sales into the number of music streaming of traditional albums converted into album sales.

(This article is translated from Korean to English by Kim Jimin.)


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