[TOUR] ONEUS Announces Dates for 1st World Tour ‘Reach for Us’

Following the success of their 2022 “Blood Moon” Tour, ONEUS is setting its sights on its first-ever world tour!

ONEUS 1st World Tour “Reach for Us” will bring Seoho, Leedo, Keonhee, Hwanwoong, and Xion across 14 different cities in the United States and South America. The tour will kick off next year in New York, followed by several U.S. stops including Atlanta, Orlando, Los Angeles, and more before wrapping up in Mexico, Chile, and Brazil by mid-February.

“The band is thrilled to be returning to the US,” says their management team at RBW. “ONEUS is a K-Pop boy group that has their own unique music color, and they’re very happy and honored to meet all the ONEUS fans in America.” RBW also hopes the tour sparks some creative connections, “The group is looking to collaborate with American artists and we hope that’ll happen on this tour. The boys want to create something very special that sends out a positive energy that’s all about people working together in music.”

Tour Schedule

Thursday, January 12 – New York City (Apollo Theater)

Saturday, January 14 – Washington D.C. (The Theater at MGM National Harbor)

Monday, January 16 – Atlanta, GA (Coca-Cola Roxy)

Wednesday, January 18 – Orlando, FL (House of Blues)

Saturday, January 21 – Madison, WI (The Orpheum Theater)

Tuesday, January 24 – St. Louis, MO (The Factory at the District of St. Louis)

Friday, January 27 – Fort Worth, TX (Will Rogers Auditorium)

Sunday, January 29 – Houston, TX (713 Music Hall)

Thursday, February 2 – Phoenix, AZ (Marquee Theatre)

Saturday, February 4 – Los Angeles, CA (Pasadena Civic Auditorium)

Tuesday, February 7 – Puerto Rico (Coca-Cola Music Hall)

Friday, February 10 – Mexico City, Mexico (Pepsi Center WTC)

Sunday, February 12 – Santiago de Chile (Teatro Coliseo)

Wednesday, February 15th – Sao Paulo (Audio Club)

The tour announcement comes on the heels of the release of the group’s highly anticipated eighth mini-album MALUS. From highlighting traditional Korean culture to showcasing Greek mythology and lunar phases, ONEUS has always pushed the envelope with every comeback concept. MALUS is no different. It tackles the theme of temptation and desire as the group plays the role of “forbidden fruit,” captivating listeners into falling for their new and mature sound and concept. The seven-song tracklist is led by the title song, “Same Scent.”

In the meantime, check out the tour setlist spoiler, below!

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