One of America's favorite K-pop acts is making a big return.
B.A.P has held two tours in America to date and currently hold the record for most No. 1s on Billboard's U.S.-based World Albums chart for all K-pop acts. The six-member, hip-hop-oriented act will make their return to the continent in April with a robust six dates in America, two in Canada and one in Mexico.
B.A.P's upcoming trek marks their stateside return after a lawsuit against their label kept them away from the K-pop scene. We're happy to report that, after resolving the issues with the label, B.A.P is coming back with their biggest live run to date, including more U.S. shows than their past tours.
Tickets are on sale on Monday, March 7, at 4:00pm local time. Ticket prices range from $50 to $180. Tickets are available via Powerhouse.
Check out the full tour date list:
April 14 - San Francisco (The Warfield, 8:00pm)
April 17 - Los Angeles (Microsoft Theater, 8:00pm)
April 19 - Vancouver (Orpheum, 7:30pm)
April 21 - Dallas, TX (Verizon Theatre, 8:00pm)
April 23 - Chicago (Rosemont Theater, 8:00pm)
April 24 - Toronto (Massey Hall, 7:30pm)
April 25 - New York (Playstation Theater, 8:00pm)
April 27 - Atlanta (Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, 8:00pm)
May 1 - Mexico City (Pepsi Center WTC, 5:00pm)
In the meantime, check out a classic B.A.P interview where the guys