top of page
  • Writer's pictureMr Roboto

Top 10 KPOP Concert Tours of 2023

Hey, music lovers! It's time to get excited about the best KPOP concerts in 2023. There are plenty of great acts on tour this year, but these are my top picks for what you need to see.



BLACKPINK – Born Pink World Tour Asia

The BLACKPINK – Born Pink World Tour Asia is coming to a city near you! The tour kicks off in Hong Kong on March 22, and it will make its way around the entire continent of Asia. If you're looking for tickets, they can be purchased online or at any major concert venues in your area.

The concert is sure to be full of energy and excitement—the girls will perform all their hit songs from both albums: "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du", "DDU-DU DDU-DU (JP Ver.)", "Forever Young", "Kill This Love", and more! There's no question that this show will be anything but epic as these four talented performers take the stage together once again.


Don't miss BLACKPINK in the United States at Coachella Day 2 on both weekends.


Tour Schedule:

  • January 20 - Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

  • January 28 - Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

  • March 4 - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

  • March 11-12 - Jakarta, Indonesia

  • March 18 - Kaohsiung, Taiwan

  • March 25-26 - Manila, Philippines

  • April 15 & 22 - Coachella, Coachella Valley, CA

  • May 13 - Singapore


OnlyOneOf - Grand America Tour

If you're a K-pop fan, chances are that you've heard of OnlyOneOf. The five-member boy band is one of the most popular Korean acts in the world and their North American tour has been planned for 2023. The tour will stop in several major cities such as Chicago, New York City, Atlanta, Los Angeles and San Francisco.


Tour Schedule:

  • March 31 - New Jersey, NJ

  • April 2 - Chicago, IL

  • April 4 - Minneapolis, MN

  • April 6 - Atlanta, GA

  • April 7 - Dallas, TX

  • April 9 - San Juan, PR

  • April 12 - Phoenix, AZ

  • April 29 - San Francisco, CA

  • April 30 - Los Angeles, CA


EPIK HIGH – All Time High Tour

EPIK HIGH is set to embark on the All Time High Tour, starting in the United States and Canada on February 26th.


In April 2016, they became the first-ever Korean act to perform at the Coachella music festival. EPIK HIGH performed at Coachella 2022, making them the first Korean act to be re-invited to the festival.


Tour Schedule:

  • February 6 - Manchester, Great Britain

  • February 26 - San Diego, CA

  • February 27 - Tuscon, AZ

  • March 5 - Dallas, TX

  • March 8 - Orlando, FL

  • March 9 - Ft Lauderdale, FL

  • March 11 - Atlanta, GA

  • March 13 - Washington, DC

  • March 16 - New York, NY

  • March 18 - Boston, MA

  • March 19 - Philadelphia, PA

  • March 21 - Montreal, Canada

  • March 23 - Toronto, Canada

  • March 24 - Detroit, MI

  • March 28 - Minneapolis, MN

  • March 30 - St Louis, MO

  • April 1 - Denver, CO

  • April 2 - Salt Lake City, UT

  • April 5 - Seattle,WA

  • April 8 - Oakland, CA

  • April 9 - Sacramento, CA

  • April 14 - Las Vegas, NV


NCT 127 - 2ND Tour ‘Neo City – The Link’

If you are a fan of NCT 127, you will be happy to know that they are touring again in 2023! We’ve got all the tour dates and ticket prices here for you.


What is NCT? The acronym stands for “Neo Culture Technology” and it refers to the fact that this is an entire K-Pop group made up of separate units that all have their own unique identities. There are actually two different kinds of units: subunits and main units. The subunits are smaller groups within each primary unit (with seven members each), while the main units have thirteen members total—with ten from Korea and three from China.


Now let's talk about who's in NCT! The leader is Taeyong (real name: Lee Taeyong). He was born on January 26th, 1995 in Seoul, South Korea; he attended School of Performing Arts Seoul. He has appeared as a solo artist before joining NCT: Taeil was one such appearance during his hiatus between 2016–2018 when he focused on acting instead; this song title was very popular - "Zipper." Other popular songs include “Cherry Bomb” by Mark Ronson feat Ariana Grande & Miley Cyrus along with Queen Bey herself Beyoncé Knowles' latest hit single Lemonade.'


Tour Schedule:

  • January 18 - 20 - San Paolo, Brazil

  • January 22 - Santiago, Chile

  • January 25 - Bogota, Columbia

  • January 28 - Mexico City, Mexico


ATEEZ – THE FELLOWSHIP: BREAK THE WALL

ATEEZ will be performing their first ever world tour called The Fellowship: Break the Wall on February 10th starting in Amsterdam, Netherlands.. The group has already released an album with several music videos that were watched over 100 million times on YouTube combined. They have also been on tour globally since May 2018 with other Kpop boy bands including Sunmi and BTS who are also popular artists.


Tour Schedule:

  • February 10 - Amsterdam, Netherlands

  • February 14 - Berlin, Germany

  • February 18 - Brussels, Belgium

  • February 22 - London, UK

  • February 28 - Madrid, Spain

  • March 4 - København S, Denmark

  • March 7 - 8 - Paris, France


pH-1 – About Damn Time Tour

The About Damn Time Tour will kick off in San Francisco, where pH-1 will perform at Warfield. The tour will then move on to Los Angele. It ends on Feb 12 in Vancouver, BC. The setlist for this tour has not been released yet but you can expect it to be similar or identical to that of the previous “pH” World Tour, which included songs from his latest album “About Time” as well as older hits such as "Twenty-Three" (Honey Punch) and "Butterfly."


Tour Schedule:

  • January 23 - San Francisco, CA

  • January 25 - Los Angeles, CA

  • January 27 - Houston, TX

  • January 28 - Dallas, TX

  • January 30 - Atlanta, GA

  • February 1 - New York, NY

  • February 2 - Montreal, QC

  • February 3 - Toronto, ON

  • February 7 - Orlando, FL

  • February 9 - Seattle, WA

  • February 12 - Vancouver, BC


P1harmony - LIVE TOUR [P1ustage H : P1ONEER]

P1harmony is a Korean boy group formed and managed by FNC Entertainment. The group consists of six members: Keeho, Theo, Jiung, Intak, Soul, and Jongseob. They debuted on October 28, 2020, with the extended play (EP) Disharmony: Stand Out, as well as an additional movie P1H: The Beginning of a New World.


Tour Schedule:

  • January 20 - Hollywood, CA

  • January 22 - Oakland, CA

  • January 24 - Denver, CO

  • January 26 - Houston, TX

  • January 29 - Chicago, IL

  • February 1 - Atlanta, GA

  • February 3 - Reading, PA

  • February 5 - New York, NY

  • February 8 - National Harbor, MD

  • February 12 - Nashville, TN

  • February 14 - Austin, TX

  • February 16 - Dallas, TX


LOOPY – Departed (North American Tour)

LOOPY (Lee Jin-yong) is a Korean hip-hop artist who has released his latest album, No Fear. He will be on tour in North America starting in February of 2023, with stops including Los Angeles and New York City.


Tour Schedule:

  • February 24 - Austin, TX

  • February 25 - Brooklyn, NY

  • February 26 - Toronto, ON

  • February 27 - Vancouver, BC

  • February 28 - Los Angeles, CA

  • March 2 - Seattle, WA

  • March 3 - Berkley, CA

  • March 4 - Atlanta, GA

  • March 6 - Houston, TX


AOMG - FOLLOW THE MOVEMENT WORLD TOUR 2023

The AOMG - FOLLOW THE MOVEMENT WORLD TOUR 2023 will open in Asia before traveling through Europe.


Tour Schedule:

  • January 27 - Tokyo, Japan

  • January 29 - Osaka, Japan

  • February 3 - Hong Kong

  • February 5 - Taipei, Taiwan

  • March 3 - Berlin, Germany

  • March 5 - Paris, France

  • March 8 - Madrid, Spain

  • March 10 - London, UK


CIX - SAVE ME, KILL ME WORLD TOUR

The tour will begin in Europe in January. It will move on to the United States in March where it will close on March 26th in Oakland, CA. CIX is an all-male K-pop group consisting of Jinyoung, BX, Seunghun, Hyunsuk and Yonghee who debuted their first album in 2019 with “Hello Chapter 1: Hello, Stranger” after being formed by C9 Entertainment earlier that year.


Tour Schedule:

  • January 18 - Tilburg, Netherlands

  • January 20 - London, UK

  • March 10 - New York, NY

  • March 12 - Reading, PA

  • March 14 - National Harbor, MD

  • March 18 - Houston, TX

  • March 20 - Fort Worth, TX

  • March 24 - Los Angeles, CA



With so many great K-Pop concerts on the horizon, it’s hard to pick just one. It all depends on your taste in music and which artists you want to see perform live. The concerts listed above are only a few of the many exciting shows that will be taking place this year, but we hope this list has made it easier for you to make your decision!

Comments


bottom of page