[TOUR] Xdinary Heroes to Hold ‘Troubleshooting’ US Showcase in Los Angeles and New York

JYP Entertainment’s rock band, Xdinary Heroes, will be holding their first-ever U.S. showcase this July!

Tour Schedule & Ticket Information

Produced by Live Nation, the Xdinary Heroes Showcase in USA Troubleshooting‘ will kick off on July 18 at the Wiltern in Los Angeles and on July 21 at the Brooklyn Paramount in New York. Their fans, called Villains, can look forward to hearing the band’s signature edgy rock sound for the first time live as they perform hit songs such as “Little Things,” their recently released song “Boy Comics (소년만화),” and more.

The general onsale will begin on Friday, June 14 at 3PM (local time) at LiveNation.com.

Cr. JYP Entertainment
July 18, 2024Los Angeles, CAThe Wiltern
July 21, 2024New York, NYBrooklyn Paramount


Xdinary Heroes debuted under JYP Entertainment in December 2021. The band’s name is short for “Extra-ordinary Heroes,” which embodies their message that anyone can become a hero. The group consists of Gun-il (drums), Jungsu (keyboards), Gaon (guitar and rap), O.de (keyboards, synths, and rap), Jun Han (guitar), and Jooyeon (vocals and bass).

Their catchy debut hit single, “Happy Death Day,” reached No. 12 on Billboard’s “World Digital Sales Chart.” They followed up with critically acclaimed EPs in 2022 and 2023, including Hello, world!, Overload, and Deadlock. Overload, released in November 2022, charted at No. 19 on Billboard’s “Heatseekers Chart” and No. 14 on the “World Albums Chart.”

In October 2023, Xdinary Heroes released their fourth EP, Livelock, praised for its energetic and rock-heavy sound. The EP reflects the band’s artistic growth and explores their concept of transitioning between the real world and their on-stage alter-ego, “♭form,” where they become heroes. The name Livelock is inspired by the computer term for “infinite repetition,” aligning with the IT-themed names of their previous releases. Their music is known for its compelling storytelling, explosive instrumentals, and distinctive identity.

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