NCT Dream has announced the venues and ticket sales details for their upcoming US tour “The Dream Show 2: In a Dream.”
NCT Dream’s seven-date US tour kicks off on April 5 at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, and continues on April 7 at Chicago’s Allstate Arena and April 9 at Atlanta’s State Farm Arena.
From there, the K-pop boy band will play two concerts in the state of Texas: one at the Toyota Center in Houston on April 12 and another at the CU Texas Trust Theater on April 17.
NCT Dream will wrap up their US tour with two dates on the West Coast. The septet will first play the Honda Center in Los Angeles on April 18th, before making their final stop in Seattle, Washington’s Climate Commitment District on April 21st.
General sale tickets for NCT’s ‘The Dream Show 2: In a Dream’ US tour go on sale at 16:00 local time this Friday (March 10) via Ticketmaster. Check out the full list of dates, venues, and the official lineup below.
The dates for NCT Dream’s ‘The Dream Show 2: In a Dream’ 2023 US tour are:
Wednesday 5: Prudence Center – Newark, New Jersey
Friday the 7th: Allstate Arena – Chicago, Illinois
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Sunday 9: State Farm Arena – Atlanta, Georgia
Wednesday 12: Toyota Center – Houston, Texas
Friday the 14th: CU Texas Trust Theater – Dallas, Texas
Tuesday 18: Honda Center – Los Angeles, California
Friday the 21st: Climate Pledge Arena – Seattle, Washington
NCT Dream are currently on the first Asian leg of their ‘The Dream Show 2: In a Dream’ world tour, having performed three concerts in Jakarta, Indonesia from Saturday (April 4) to Monday ( 6 April).
The boyband is going to Bangkok (Thailand), where three more concerts will be available next weekend (April 10-12). They will also play three concerts in Europe in the coming weeks, in London, Paris and Berlin. Tickets for these concerts are also available on Ticketmaster.
In other NCT news, SM Entertainment confirmed that the group’s “infinite” expansion will come to an end in 2023. In February, the K-pop agency said that Japan’s upcoming NCT Tokyo would be the boy’s last sub-unit . music band