MCND changes world tour schedule to start in Athens


Boy band MCND changed its world tour itinerary and will be starting off with a concert in Athens, Greece, the band's agency TOP Media said Monday.

The band will kick off its tour with a concert in Athens on Jan. 20, followed by a stop in Budapest, Hungary, on Jan. 21. It will then perform in Paris on Jan. 23, Lyon, France, on Jan. 24, London on Jan. 25, Berlin on Jan. 27 and Warsaw, Poland, on Jan. 28.

The U.S. leg of the tour will begin on Feb. 9 with a performance in New York, followed by stops in Chicago on Feb. 11, Atlanta on Feb. 13, Dallas on Feb. 14, San Francisco on Feb. 16 and Los Angeles on Feb. 18.

Last month, the band announced that it will kick off the European leg of its tour with a performance in Istanbul, followed by seven cities in six countries.

MCND debuted in 2020 with the song "Ice Age." Its name is an acronym for "Music Creates New Dream." The band has five members: Castle J, Bic, Minjae, Huijun and Win.

It released its fifth EP "Odd-Venture" on Nov. 22.

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