ENHYPEN Embarks on Second U.S. Tour This Fall

ENHYPEN will be embarking on their second world tour, Fate, this October. Kicking off the world tour in Seoul in July, the group will make their way stateside starting in California and moving east to finish the U.S. leg in Chicago. This will be the group’s second U.S. tour, and it comes after an appearance in Las Vegas earlier this year as headliners for the inaugural We Bridge Music Festival & Expo.

The boy group debuted in November 2020 after forming on the survival show, I-Land, created by HYBE and Mnet. The seven members of the group were chosen out of 23 trainees, and they released their first album, Border: Day One, a little over two months after the show. Said album sold more than 300,000 copies in its pre-order period, peaked at number two on the Gaon Album Chart, became the highest-selling album by a K-pop group that debuted in 2020, and even earned the group a platinum certification from the Korea Music Content Association.

Since then, the group has steadily climbed in popularity, earning their first music show win in May 2021 and topping music charts all over the world. They embarked on their first U.S. tour in October last year, performing in six sold out arenas across the country. Most recently, the group released their fourth EP, Dark Blood, on May 22nd, along with title song “Bite Me.” At time of press, the song has 25 million views on YouTube and 18 million streams on Spotify. The group earned their first music show win with this song on June 1st.

2023 Tour Dates & Venues
Oct. 6 — Los Angeles, CA — Dignity Health Sports Park
Oct. 10 — Glendale, AZ — Desert Diamond Arena
Oct. 13 — Houston, TX — Toyota Center
Oct. 14 — Dallas, TX — American Airlines Center
Oct. 18 — Newark, NJ — Prudential Center
Oct. 19 — Newark, NJ — Prudential Center
Oct. 22 — Chicago, IL — United Center

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