The COVID-19 pandemic required concerts and tours to go to a halt. Companies and artists, of course, had to comply with the restrictions. During the two years of the pandemic, K-pop artists opted for a new way to go around the world to visit their fans — through online concerts. Last year was a big turnaround for fans and idols as world tours started once again. So here’s a list of all confirmed K-pop artists to go on a world tour this 2023!

 

AOMG ‘Follow The Movement’

AOMG gathered their artists: Simon Dominic, Loco, Gray, LeeHi, and Yugyeom for a tour of the century. Asia and Europe tour dates have been announced, let’s wait for the next ones!

  • Tokyo – January 27
  • Osaka – January 29
  • Hong Kong – February 3
  • Taipei – February 5
  • Berlin – March 3
  • Paris – March 5
  • Madrid – March 8
  • London – March 10
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ATEEZ ‘The Fellowship: Break The Wall’

ATINYs, what do you feel about extended tour dates? ATEEZ begins its tour in February and until the first week of March. Are you ready to hear the eight-member boy group from KQ Entertainment? We are!

  • Amsterdam – February 10
  • Berlin – February 14
  • Brussels – February 18
  • London – February 22
  • Madrid – February 28
  • Copenhagen – March 4
  • Paris, Accor Arena – March 7-8

BLACKPINK ‘Born Pink’

Following the release of their 2nd full album ‘Born Pink’, the worldwide girl group started their world tour. Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa set the stages on fire in different countries around the globe. Recently, BLACKPINK was announced to be one of the headliners for the music festival Coachella.

  • Riyadh – January 20
  • Abu Dhabi – January 28
  • Kuala Lumpur – March 4
  • Jakarta – March 11-12
  • Kaohsiung – March 18
  • Manila – March 25-26
  • Singapore – May 13

CIX ‘Save Me, Kill Me’

Under C9 Entertainment, CIX joins the lineup of 2023 K-pop artists to go on a world tour. Are you ready to see them perform ‘Movie Star’ live again, FIX? The Europe tour dates have been announced, and more soon!

  • Warsaw – January 15
  • Tilburg – January 18
  • London – January 20
  • Paris – January 22
  • Cologne – January 26
  • Berlin – January 29
  • New York – March 10
  • Reading – March 12
  • Washington – March 14
  • Chicago – March 16
  • Houston – March 18
  • Fort Worth – March 20
  • Tempe – March 22
  • Los Angeles – March 24
  • Oakland – March 26
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DREAMCATCHER ‘REASON: MAKES’

After the celebration of their seventh year in the K-pop industry, DREAMCATCHER announces another list of U.S. stops. The seven-member rock girl group started their world tour last year and continuing it starting next month. Check out if your city is present on the list, Insomnias!

  • Atlanta – February 28
  • Washington D.C – March 2
  • New York – March 4
  • Reading – March 6
  • Chicago – March 10
  • Denver – March 12
  • Irving – March 15
  • Oakland – March 18
  • Los Angeles – March 20

ENHYPEN ‘Manifesto’

BELIFT Lab’s ENHYPEN sets out to start their world tour in two countries in Asia. At the end of January, the seven-member boy group would keep every tour in a Polaroid Love. Have you secured your tickets yet, ENGENEs?

  • Bangkok – January 28-29
  • Manila – February 3-5
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EPIK HIGH ‘All Time High Tour’

After a short hiatus, the legendary EPIK HIGH trio graces the stages starting in February in their world tour. The tour runs from February until April from Europe to America.

  • United Kingdom – February 6
  • Belgium – February 7
  • Denmark – February 9
  • United Kingdom – February 12
  • Germany – February 13, 15
  • California – February 26
  • Arizona – February 27
  • Texas – March 5-6
  • Florida – March 8
  • Georgia – March 11
  • D.C. – March 13
  • New Jersey – March 15
  • New York – March 16
  • Boston – March 18
  • Pennsylvania – March 19
  • Quebec – March 21
  • Ontario – March 23
  • Michigan – March 24
  • Illinois – March 26
  • Minnesota – March 30
  • Colorado – April 1
  • Utah – April 2
  • British Columbia – April 4
  • Washington – April 5
  • Oregon – April 6
  • California – April 8-9, 11
  • Nevada – April 14

EPEX ‘Eight Apex’

Moving forward to one of many firsts, recently debuted EPEX rolls out the date for their U.S. your. Here are the dates you have to keep in mind!

  • New York – February 3
  • Reading – February 5
  • Atlanta – February 7
  • Chicago – February 9
  • Dallas – February 12
  • Houston – February 13
  • Las Vegas – February 15
  • Los Angeles – February 17
  • San Francisco – February 19

ITZY ‘Checkmate’

One of the 4th generation’s all-rounder girl groups, JYP Entertainment’s ITZY announces their tour stops. The Asia leg of Checkmate started last week in the Philippines, here are the remaining tour dates left.

  • Singapore – January 28
  • Jakarta – February 4
  • Bangkok – April 8
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Jackson Wang ‘Magicman’

After a successful stop in Paris, GOT7 member, Jackson Wang takes two more stops for his Magicman tour. India and Dubai-based Ahgases, send love to Jackson during his tour there!

  • India – January 28-29
  • Dubai – February 4

Just B ‘Just Be With You’

Just B becomes one of the most awaited acts to tour in Latin America this 2023. With a few more stops then maybe we can hope for a world tour soon!

  • Bogota – January 22
  • Mexico City – January 26
  • Monterrey – January 29

JYP ‘Groove Back’

J.Y.Park gears up for a mini-tour after releasing his last single Groove Back. The JYPe CEO performs old but gold singles including the recent ones in front of a U.S. audience.

  • Brooklyn – February 10
  • Los Angeles – February 12
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KANG DANIEL ‘First Parade’

Former WANNAONE member and now a successful soloist, KANG DANIEL rolls out his first tour. The Malaysia concert happened on January 14, U.K., Europe, and North America DANITYs, are you ready for DANIEL’s show?

  • Manchester – January 26
  • London – January 27
  • Paris – January 28
  • Madrid – January 31
  • Utrecht – February 2
  • Cologne – February 3
  • Berlin – February 4
  • Atlanta – March 2
  • New York – March 3
  • Boston – March 4
  • Toronto – March 7
  • Chicago – March 9
  • Houston – March 11
  • Dallas – March 12
  • Vancouver – March 16
  • San Francisco – March 17
  • Los Angeles – March 18

KISU ‘Will Be Fine’

Another South Korean singer goes on the list of K-pop artists to go on a world tour this 2023. KISU serenades the United Kingdom first on Valentine’s Day to kick off the Europe tour.

  • United Kingdom – February 14
  • Finland – February 16
  • Poland – February 18
  • Greece – February 20
  • Czech – February 25
  • France – February 26
  • Spain – February 28
  • Portugal – March 1

Lim Young Woong ‘IM HERO’

Before Valentine’s Day, witness trot singer Lim Young Woong showcase his talent if you’re in Los Angeles. The fan-favorite singer visits the U.S. for a mini-tour too.

  • Los Angeles – February 11-12
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MAMAMOO ‘MY CON’

‘I say, MAMA, MAMAMOO’, Solar, Moonbyul, Wheein, and Hwasa greet Asian MOOMOOs to start the MY CON world tour. The group just finished their stops in Hong Kong and Taiwan. Moreover, dates for more places may be announced soon, so let’s wait for that! After seven years, finally, we’ll hear their amazing vocals live!

  • Singapore – February 9
  • Kuala Lumpur – February 11
  • Manila – February 12

NCT 127 ‘Neo City The Link’

Continuing its 2nd tour that began in 2022, NCT 127 finishes its world tour this January. Only three countries left for the nine-member boy group and an upcoming comeback at the end of the month awaits NCTzens too!

  • Santiago – January 22
  • Bogota – January 24
  • Mexico City – January 28
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N.Flying ‘Do What U Want’

The Korean five-member rock band goes around the U.S.A for their tour. Two more stops left, have you secured your tickets, N.Fias?

  • Texas – January 20
  • California – January 22

ONEUS ‘Reach For Us’

Still ongoing with this list of K-pop artists to go on tour this 2023, ONEUS visits the U.S. and Latin America. Check out the schedule of their 1st world tour below!

  • Wisconsin – January 21
  • Missouri – January 24
  • Texas – January 27 & 29
  • Arizona – February 2
  • California – February 4
  • Puerto Rico – February 7
  • Mexico – February 10
  • Santiago – February 12
  • Sao Paulo – February 15

OnlyOneOf

The 2019-debuted boy group heads to the U.S.A. for their American tour. lyOns in the states of America surely would have a lot of fun listening to the setlist of OnlyOneOf!

  • New Jersey – March 31
  • Illinois – April 2
  • Minnesota – April 4
  • Georgia – April 6
  • Texas – April 7
  • Puerto Rico – April 9
  • Arizona – April 12
  • TBD (American Broadcast) – April 13-28
  • California – April 29-30
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pH-1 ‘About Damn Time’

Oh, soloist pH-1 certainly knows that it’s about damn time for a world tour. The soloist kicks off with his North American tour, we can expect to know more dates and places soon.

  • California – January 23, 25
  • Texas – January 27-28
  • Georgia – January 30
  • New York – February 1
  • Quebec – February 2
  • Ontario – February 3
  • Illinois – February 5
  • Florida – February 7
  • Washington – February 9
  • British Columbia – February 12

P1harmony

’P1ustage H : P1ONEER’

Debuting in 2020, P1harmony sets to tour in the first two months of 2023. They kickstarted their tour a few days ago in Seoul, Korea. Already got your tickets, P1eces?

  • Los Angeles – January 20
  • Oakland – January 22
  • Denver – January 24
  • Houston – January 26
  • Chicago – January 29
  • Atlanta – February 1
  • Reading – February 3
  • New York – February 5
  • Washington D.C. – February 8
  • Nashville – February 12
  • Austin – February 14
  • Dallas – February 16

Sik-K ‘Pop A Lot’

South Korean rapper explores North America in his world tour this year. The ‘Pop A Lot’ North American tour of Sik-K has a lot of city stops, maybe you’ll find yours here!

  • San Francisco – March 2
  • Los Angeles – March 4
  • Santa Ana – March 5
  • Phoenix – March 7
  • Dallas – March 9
  • San Antonia – March 10
  • Atlanta – March 12
  • Charlotte – March 16
  • Silver Spring – March 18
  • New York – March 19
  • Boston – March 21
  • Toronto – March 23
  • Montreal – March 24
  • Minneapolis – March 26
  • Chicago – March 28
  • Seattle – March 31
  • Vancouver – April 1
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Stray Kids ‘MANIAC’

The party is just starting. JYP Entertainment’s 4th generation boy group begins their first world tour in 2023 along with all these other groups on our list. STAYs, are you ready for the MANIAC world tour? We think we can’t handle it already!

  • Bangkok – February 2-3
  • Singapore – February 5
  • Tokyo – February 11-12
  • Melbourne – February 17-18
  • Sydney – February 21-22
  • Osaka – February 25-26
  • Manila – March 11-12
  • Atlanta – March 22-23
  • Texas – March 26-27
  • Los Angeles – March 31-April 2

TAN

Newly debuted last year, TAN drops their first concert details for 2023. The boy group starts the tour on their American leg. Tour dates are below!

  • Houston – February 4
  • Dallas – February 6
  • Los Angeles – February 8

The Rose ‘HEAL TOGETHER’

If you’re a fan of K-pop bands, and you don’t know The Rose, then you’re missing out. The four-member band The Rose sets a world tour this 2023 as well. They finished Asia stops earlier this month, here are more places they would go to this year!

  • Seoul – January 20
  • Brussels – January 23
  • Zurich – January 25
  • Milan – January 26
  • Munich – January 29
  • Warsaw – January 31
  • Berlin – February 2
  • Oslo – February 5
  • Copenhagen – February 6
  • Stockholm – February 8
  • Cologne – February 10
  • Utrecht – February 12
  • London – February 14
  • Paris – February 16
  • Barcelona – February 19

TOMORROW X TOGETHER ‘ACT: SWEET MIRAGE’

World tour after world tour, TOMORROW X TOGETHER joins this list of K-pop artists to go on tour once again after their 2022 concerts. Soobin, Yeonjun, Beomgyu, Taehyun, and Huening Kai, gear up for another round of K-pop world tour domination starting in March 2023. Oh, let’s wait for their comeback soon too!

  • Seoul – March 25-26
  • Singapore – April 1
  • Taipei – April 5
  • Osaka – April 14-15
  • Saitama – April 18-19
  • Kanagawa – April 25-26
  • Aichi – April 29-30
  • Charlotte – May 6
  • Belmont Park – May 9-10
  • Washington D.C – May 16
  • Duluth – May 19-20
  • San Antonio – May 23-24
  • Los Angeles – May 27
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VERIVERY

The last on our list of K-pop artists to go on a world tour this 2023 is VERIVERY. In case you’re missing out, VERIVERY would hold an Asia tour in the upcoming months too. The seven-member boy group is ready to set the stage for their performance. More dates are coming soon as well, so stick around!

  • Japan – January 27 & 29
  • Taiwan – February 19

That’s t for our list of K-pop artists to go on a world tour this 2023. How many K-pop concerts are you planning to watch this year? 

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