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GOT7’s Yugyeom announces dates and venues for 2023 Europe tour

NME | Music News | September 26, 2023

K-pop singer Yugyeom, a member of boyband GOT7, has announced his upcoming solo tour of Europe.

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GOT7’s Yugeyom will kick off his five-date Europe tour on November 1 at the Bataclan in Paris, France. Following that show, the K-pop idol will play one concert each in the United Kingdom and Spain, as well as two in Germany.

Tickets to Yugyeom’s upcoming 2023 tour of Europe will go on sale October 6 at 7pm KST. More details, such as ticket prices, tiers and more, are expected in the coming weeks. Keep tabs on this page for the latest information

The dates for Yugyeom’s 2023 Europe tour are:

01: Paris, France, Bataclan
02: London, United Kingdom, Troxy
04: Berlin, Germany, Huxleys Neue Wely
07: Madrid, Spain, Sala Black Box
10: Frankfurt, Germany, ZOOM

[유겸 (YUGYEOM)]

Europe yall ready for YUGYEOM?

<Tour Dates>
Nov 1st: Paris, Bataclan
Nov 2nd: London, Troxy
Nov 4th: Berlin, Huxleys Neue Welt
Nov 7th: Madrid, Sala Black Box
Nov 10th: Frankfurt, ZOOM

Tix On Sale : Oct 6th 7PM(KST)

— 김유겸 (@yugyeom) September 25, 2023

Earlier this year, Yugyeom revealed that he faced financial difficulties during the pandemic during an appearance on the YouTube talk show, Greenroom Talk. The K-pop idol spoke about how he had “the least amount of individual promotions” among the GOT7 members during the pandemic but was “still the breadwinner for my family”.

In other K-pop news, BLACKPINK singer Jennie has revealed that she has new solo music in the works. It will be her first official release outside of the group since her November 2018 debut single ‘Solo’.

Meanwhile, the singer recently starred in the HBO original series The Idol, alongside The Weeknd and Lily-Rose Depp. However, the cable network has since cancelled after one season.

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