Loona short tour 2022: How to buy tickets, times, dates

Ladies and gentlemen, it’s Loona time.

The 12-member K-Pop girl group is heading to the United States and all over the world on their next 1st world tour.

These next concerts will be The first Loonas outside their native Seoul since their creation in 2018.

On the run, they will only play nine North American shows, including gigs in major metropolitan cities like Los Angeles, Chicago, New York City, denver and San Francisco.

In addition to the tour, Loona will also release her new summer-themed EP “Flip That” in late June and will most likely debut her new tracks on the road.

Not a bad way to make a first impression.

Now, if you’re hoping to hear Loona’s catchy tunes live for the first time this year, here’s everything you need to know.

Where can I buy Loona tickets?

Tickets to see the stars of Seoul live are available at all verified ticketing sites.

NJ.com readers using First-Time Vivid Seats Can Get $20 Off Ticket Orders Over $200 with coupon code NJ20 at the register.

snoop through TicketCity, SeatGeek, ticket master and MegaSeats also if you are hunting.

Below is all of Loona’s upcoming dates, venues, and information on where to purchase tickets for each of their nine “1st World Tour” shows.

Other K-Pop groups on the road this year

K-Pop tour announcements regularly blow up our news feed.

In the wake of BTS’s success, many other groups have followed in their footsteps and opened up impressive US tours to come.

Here are just five of the biggest ones that could soon be coming to a city near you.

At the end of the summer, the Head in the Clouds Festival will drop in Pasadena, Calif., on August 20-21.

Major headliners expected to appear include Jackson Wang, NIKI and Rich Brian.

Tickets for the two-day celebration can be found here.

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Matt Levy covers the entertainment industry live, writing about upcoming concerts, festivals, shows and events. He can be reached at [email protected].

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