Stray Kids sell out all seats for their first dome tour in Japan

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stray kids sell out all seats for their first dome tour in japan

Stray Kids, a popular South Korean boy band formed by JYP Entertainment, have sold out all seats for their debut dome tour in Japan. 

‘Stray Kids 5-STAR Dome Tour 2023’ will take place across four domes in Japan. It will start on August 16 and conclude on October 29. 

The reservation for seats opened on July 29, and all eight shows in four cities across Japan were completely sold out. On June 12, JYP Entertainment announced that Stray Kids’ 5-STAR Dome Tour 2023’ would take place in 2023. 

Reportedly, two concerts are scheduled to take place in every venue in Japan. PayPay Dome, Fukuoka; Vantelin Dome, Nagoya; Kyocera Dome, Osaka; and Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, will feature the performances of Stray Kids, which is composed of eight members: Bang Chan, Lee Know, Changbin, Hyunjin, Han, Felix, Seungmin, and I.N.

The famous K-pop group will also release their first EP in Japan, ‘Social Path (feat. LiSA) / Super Bowl -Japanese ver.-‘ on September 6.

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On August 16 and 17, a performance will take place in PayPay Dome, Fukuoka. On September 2 and 3, Stray Kids will perform at Vantelin Dome, Nagoya. On September 9 and 10, a performance will take place in Kyocera Dome, Osaka. On October 28 and 29, the K-pop group will perform at Tokyo Dome, Tokyo.

The group released its pre-debut extended play (EP) Mixtape in 2018. Stray Kids officially debuted on March 25, 2023, with the EP I Am Not. Later on, the group released I Am series EPs, I Am Who and I Am You. Stray Kids’ Clé trilogy EPs were issued in 2019. In 2020, Stray Kids made their Japanese debut. In 2021, they released their second studio album Noeasy. They released their third studio album 5-Star this year. 

The group did District 9: Unlock World Tour in 2019–2020. They also did the Maniac World Tour in 2022–2023.

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