ATEEZ to Embark on “The Fellowship: Beginning of the End” U.S. Tour

After the postponement of their originally scheduled tour, ATEEZ will be setting off on an arena tour in the U.S. in January 2022. This marks the group’s second tour in the States, following their “Expedition” tour in 2019. ATEEZ will kick off the U.S. leg of “The Fellowship: Beginning of the End” tour in Chicago on January 18th and will make its way west to finish in Los Angeles on January 30th.

Although ATEEZ debuted in October 2018, the eight-member group promoted previously as a trainee group named KQ Fellaz. They were first introduced to the public in a YouTube series titled, “KQ Fellaz American Training,” and they starred on their own pre-debut reality show on Mnet, “Code Name is Ateez.”

The group made their formal debut with “Treasure EP1: All To Zero,” a mini album featuring double title tracks “Pirate King” and “Treasure.” The album peaked at #7 on the Gaon Albums Chart. Since then, ATEEZ has had several comebacks to complete their Treasure series, which includes lead songs such as “Say My Name,” “Wave,” and “Wonderland.”

ATEEZ is a group that has caught the public’s attention from the very beginning, winning their first music award at the Soribada Awards last year, and taking home the Best Performance Award, as well as their first music show win  with their song “Wave,” all in 2020. The group has also received immense support overseas, performing sold out shows on their previous tour in the U.S., Europe, Australia, and throughout Asia. Most recently, the group also participated in Mnet’s competition show, “Kingdom: Legendary War,” where they finished off in third place. Their latest song, “Deja Vu,” also marked the return of member Mingi, who had previously been on a hiatus for mental health.

Hongjoong, Seonghwa, Yunho, Yeosang, San, Mingi, Wooyoung and Jongho will be performing in five arenas throughout the U.S. in January. The full list of U.S. tour dates and location details are below:

Jan. 18 — Chicago, IL — Wintrust Arena
Jan. 20 — Atlanta, GA — Gas South Arena
Jan. 24 — Newark, NJ — Prudential Center
Jan. 27 — Dallas, TX — The Texas Trust CU Theatre at Grand Prairie
Jan. 30 — Los Angeles, CA — The Forum

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