G-Dragon Performing in Birmingham and London This Year

G-dragon will be bringing his new world tour ‘ACT II: Motte‘ to Europe later on this year. Both Birmingham and London have been announced on his world tour destinations.

Birmingham (Genting Arena) will be GD’s first stop on September 23 before playing London (SSE Arena Wembley) on September 24.

Fans will be able to buy tickets for the London, Paris (TBC), Berlin and Amsterdam on the June 30 from 10AM through Live Nation website. Live Nation Presale tickets will be available on the June 29 from 10AM. You can register for pre-sale access via the Live Nation website here. Additionally, there will also be exclusive VIP packages available via Live Nation which can be accessed here.

‘ACT II: Motte‘ kicks off in Seoul on June 10 before moving to eight different locations in North America in July. The US and Canadian locations included in the tour will be:

July 11

Seattle, WA

Key Arena

July 14

San Jose, CA

SAP Center

July 16

Los Angeles, CA

The Forum

July 19

Houston, TX

Toyota Center

July 21

Chicago, IL

United Center

July 25

Miami, FL

American Airlines Arena

July 27

Brooklyn, NY

Barclays Center

July 30

Toronto, ON

Air Canada Centre

In Asia G-dragon will be playing Tokyo Dome and Brooklyn’s Barclays Center as well as locations in Australia.

The full list of locations and dates are:

June 10, Seoul- Sangam World Cup Stadium

June 17, Macao – Cotai Arena, The Venetian Macao

June 24-25, Singapore – Singapore Indoor Stadium

July 7-8, Bangkok- Impact Arena, Muang Thong Thani

July 11, Seattle – Key Arena

July 14, San Jose – Sap Center

July 16, Los Angeles – The Forum

July 19, Houston – Toyota Center

July 21, Chicago – United Center

July 25, Miami – American Airlines Arena

July 27, New York City – Barclays Center

July 30, Toronto – Air Canada Centre

August 5, Sydney – Qudos Bank arena

August 8, Brisbane – Entertainment Centre

August 12, Melbourne – Hisense Arena

August 16, Aukland – Spark Arena

August 19, Fukuoka – Fukuoka Yafuoku! Dome

August 22-23, Osaka – Kyocera Dome Osaka

September 19-20 – Tokyo, Tokyo Dome


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