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Rising K-pop rock band DAY6 just announced a 31-date world tour to support their forthcoming mini album, < The Book of Us : Gravity >, dropping July 15.

DAY6 will kick off the tour by starting August in Seoul and will hit stateside September in New York. Totaling nine U.S. dates, the quintet will weave their way to the West Coast through Boston, Miami, Dallas and Chicago, ending their string of U.S. shows late September in California.

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The group will continue to perform across the world, hitting major cities in Southeast Asia, Australia and Europe to wrap up their tour early 2020.

Debuting in 2015, DAY6 break the boundaries of the stereotypical K-pop image. Giving heartfelt anthems a unique rock twist with instrumental expertise, the group is rising to shed a new light on the genre. In 2018, DAY6 sold out their first world tour supporting Youth and received positive groundswell internationally.

Check out their video for “days gone by.”

Tour dates are available below. More information can be found here

Dates:

08/09-11 – Seoul, KR @ Jamsil Arena
08/24 – Daegu, KR @ TBD
09/07-8 – Busan, KR @ TBD
09/12-13 – New York City, NY @ Playstation Theater
09/15 – Boston, MA @ Orpheum Theater
09/18 – Miami, FL @ The Fillmore Miami Beach
09/20 – Dallas, TX @ The Theatre at Grand Prairie
09/22 – Chicago, IL @ Rosemont Theatre
09/25 – San Francisco, CA @ The Warfield
09/28-29 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Novo
10/05 – Singapore, SG @ TBD
11/15 – Melbourne, AU @ TBD
11/17 – Sydney, AU @ TBD
11/23 – Manila, PH @ Mall of Asia Arena
11/30 – Jakarta, PH @ TBD
12/07 – Bangkok, TH @ TBD
01/08 – Milan, IT @ TBD
01/10 – Paris, FR @ TBD
01/12 – London, UK @ TBD
01/16 – Amsterdam, NL @ TBD
01/18 – Berlin, DE @ TBD
01/22 – Brussels, BE @ TBD
01/24 – Warsaw, PL @ TBD
01/26 – Moscow, RU @ TBD
01/29 – Lisbon, PT @ TBD
01/31 – Madrid, ES @ TBD

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