[TOUR] Sik-K Announces ‘Pop A Lot’ North American Tour Dates

After almost three years since his 2019 ‘FL1P’ World Tour, K-hip-hop rapper Sik-K is returning to North America!

Presented by KOHAI, the 2023 Sik-K ‘Pop A Lot Tour will kick off in March 2023 in San Francisco and will take the rapper across 17 other cities in the United States and Canada.

Ticket Information

Pre-sale tickets will be available on Wednesday, December 14 from 10AM-3PM local time (password: PopALot) followed by the public on sale on Thursday, December 15 at 10AM local time.

2023 SIK-K World Tour in North America [POP A LOT]
Cr. Kohai

Thursday, March 2 – San Francisco, CA (Regency Ballroom)

Saturday, March 4 – Los Angeles, CA (Belasco)

Sunday, March 5 – Santa Ana, CA (Observatory)

Tuesday, March 7 – Phoenix, AZ (Rebel Lounge)

Thursday, March 9 – Dallas, TX (The Studio)

Friday, March 10 – San Antonio, TX (Paper Tiger)

Sunday, March 12 – Atlanta, GA (Masquerade)

Tuesday, March 14 – Orlando, FL (House of Blues)

Thursday, March 16 – Charlotte, NC (Blackbox Theater)

Saturday, March 18 – Silver Spring, MD (The Fillmore)

Sunday, March 19 – New York, NY (Webster Hall)

Tuesday, March 21 – Boston, MA (Crystal Ballroom)

Thursday, March 23 – Toronto, ON (Opera House)

Friday, March 24 – Montreal, QB (Club Soda)

Sunday, March 26 – Minneapolis, MN (Amsterdam Bar & Hall)

Tuesday, March 28 – Chicago, IL (Concord Music Hall)

Friday, March 31 – Seattle, WA (Showbox)

Saturday, April 1 – Vancouver, BC (Vogue Theatre)

Sik-K worked his way into Korea’s mainstream hip-hop scene with his sing-song rapping style and TV appearances. He found his big break after performing on the Korean rap competition TV series “Show Me the Money” and his rise accelerated once he joined H1GHR MUSIC, the internationally focused hip-hop and R&B label founded by Jay Park and his longtime collaborator and producer Cha Cha Malone. He’s since gained respect from some of the biggest names in Korean hip-hop, collaborating with the likes of Gaeko of Dynamic Duo, Simon Dominic, and ZICO. The rapper has also become a go-to collaborator in the K-Pop world after hopping on hit tracks with Whee In of MAMAMOO and JEONG SEWOON.

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