CRAVITY Announces First U.S. Tour

CRAVITY will embark on their Master Piece U.S. tour this June. Starting off in New York, the group will move west through Chicago, Puerto Rico, Atlanta, and Dallas, before finishing up in Los Angeles. While the group participated alongside LIGHTSUM, STAYC, and TO1 in KCON’s 2022 U.S. Tour last September, which made stops in seven cities, this will be the group’s first full U.S. tour.

Although CRAVITY debuted in April 2020, the members first came into the spotlight in 2019, as members Jungmo, Wonjin, Minhee, and Hyeongjun competed on Mnet’s survival program, Produce X 101. All four placed in the top 20, and Minhee and Hyeongjun placed at ranks 10 and 4, respectively, ultimately debuting in the now disbanded group, X1. A few months after X1’s disbandment, CRAVITY was formed and officially debuted with their song “Break All the Rules,” from their first EP, HIDEOUT : REMEMBER WHO WE ARE – Season 1. The group was immediately dubbed the “monster rookies of the year,” topping the Gaon Album Chart, entering the Billboard Social 50 Chart, selling over 100,000 copies of their debut EP, and winning several rookie awards, including Melon Music Awards’ “New Artist of the Year,” MAMA Awards’ “Best of Next,” and Soribada Awards’ “Rookie Award.”

Since then, the boy group has released two studio albums and four EPs. Their most recent EP, Master: Piece, was released on March 6th, and features title song “Groovy.” The album debuted at number two on the Circle Album Chart, and contains songs co-written and produced by members Serim, Allen, and Woobin.

2023 Tour Dates and Venues
Jun. 16 — New York, NY — Webster Hall
Jun. 18 — Chicago, IL — Copernicus Center
Jun. 20 — San Juan, PR — Sala Sinfonica de Bellas Artes
Jun. 22 — Atlanta, GA — Heaven at The Masquerade
Jun. 23 — Dallas, TX — House of Blues
Jun. 25 — Los Angeles, CA — Avalon Hollywood

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