It has been barely two weeks since AB6IX made their debut, but the fast-rising quintet has already announced dates to their first ever fanmeeting tour – including a stop in Singapore this July!
Kicking off the tour with a two-day show in Seoul, the five-member group will then stop by five cities across Asia, starting from Tokyo and ending in Bangkok.
Although they may be relatively new on the scene, AB6IX is no stranger to K-pop fans around the world. Affectionately dubbed as the Brand New Boys prior to their debut, 4/5 of the AB6IX members have already made quite a name for themselves after their Produce 101 stint, which was what propelled them to mainstream consciousness. Woojin and Daehwi used to be part of the wildly successful project group Wanna One, while Youngmin and Donghyun promoted as a duo called MXM.
Woong, their newest addition to the group, is not one to be taken lightly either – the charming vocalist was a former YG trainee who competed on YG Treasure Box. It’s safe to say that each of the boys have already built sturdy fanbases on their own, but add them altogether and you have the makings of what would soon be a global K-pop sensation. (Yes, you heard it from us first.)
While the other four members have already visited Singapore on several occasions in the past, this will be Woong’s debut performance on our shores and the first time we’ll be witnessing AB6IX’s fresh dynamics as an all-new group. Known for their addictive tunes, intricate choreography and self-producing chops, we can’t wait to see what these monster rookies have in store for us come 27 July!
AB6IX 1st Fanmeeting [1ST ABNEW] Tour
Date: 27 July 2019 (Saturday)
Venue: The Star Theatre
Tickets: $238 (cat 1), $158 (cat 2), $98 (cat 3)
Tickets go on sale 15 June via www.apactix.com. Good luck, ABNEWS!
Meanwhile, check out the music video for their debut single, ‘BREATHE’:
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