P1Harmony to kick off second world tour in April

Boy band P1Harmony [FNC ENTERTAINMENT]

Boy band P1Harmony will kick off its second world tour, “2024 P1Harmony Live Tour [P1ustage H: UTOP1A],” with two Seoul concerts in April, its agency, FNC Entertainment, said Monday.

The boy band will hold shows on April 27 and 28 at the Olympic Hall in southern Seoul followed by 11 cities around North America. The tour will start in Houston on May 14 and stop in Dallas; Chicago; Toronto; Boston; Washington, D.C.; Atlanta, Georgia; Nashville; Miami; Oakland; and Los Angeles.

More stops will be added in the future, the agency said.

The April 27 show will be P1Harmony's first concert after the Feb. 5 release of its first full-length album, “Killin' It,” and the upcoming tour will be its second world tour since debuting.

"'P1ustage H: UTOP1A' will be filled with a set list and performance more upgraded than its previous world tour, '2023 P1Harmony Live Tour [P1ustage H: P1ONEER],' held last year, where the band performed in 39 cities around the world over the course of a year,” FNC Entertainment said in a news release.

P1Harmony landed at No. 39 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and topped the Billboard World Albums chart with “Killin' It.”

The band is set to perform at The Governors Ball Music Festival 2024 on June 8, becoming the first K-pop boy band to take part in the event.

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