Global K-pop sensation Seventeen kicks it in North Texas on new tour

Global K-pop sensation Seventeen kicks it in North Texas on new tour

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Global superpower Seventeen — and its 13 members — are coming to DFW. Seventeen-17.com

Screaming teen K-pop fans and their parents, unite: One of the world’s most popular Korean supergroups is set to take over Dallas-Fort Worth. K-pop sensation Seventeen will play Dickies Arena on Tuesday, August 23 on their Be the Sun North American tour.

The power-pop band will also play Houston's Toyota Center on August 20 on the tour that initially kicks off with two consecutive dates in Seoul, South Korea before heading to Vancouver, British Columbia on August 10. The trek wraps in Newark, New Jersey on September 6. Fort Worth and Houston are the only Texas stops.

Tickets for this sure-to-be-packed show go on sale at 3 pm Friday, June 3 at Ticketmaster. Meanwhile, Ticketmaster’s Official Fan Club Members and general verified fans can register now through 9 pm Thursday, May 26 here. Verified fans who receive a code can purchase tickets before the general public on Wednesday, June 1 from 3 pm to 10 pm.

The tour celebrates the band’s new album, Face The Sun, their fourth, which drops on May 27. Red-hot new lead single “HOT” has already racked up over 1.74 million pre-order sales in its first week, setting a record for the band.

Interposing hip-hop, vocals, and live performance Seventeen boasts 13 members, 2 billion streams, and 10 million albums sold. Dubbed “stage breakers,” Seventeen is wildly popular for often flawless and sometimes jaw-dropping synchronization and choreography. The photogenic boy band has been a fixture on international TV and promises a raucous, over-the-top show.