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The acquisition of K-Pop continues.
Following tour announcements from BTS’ Suga, Stray Kids and TXT, NCT Dream is the next big act to come ashore.
Their next seven concerts ‘The Dream Show 2: In a Dream World Tour’ will be in North American arenas from April 5-21.
And fans from New York and New Jersey, you’re in luck.
That quick run of shows includes a performance at Newark, NJ’s Prudential Center on April 5 to kick off the short run of shows.
For NCTzens who can’t wait to see Jaemin, Jisung, Renjun, Jeno, Haechan, Chenle and Mark Lee, we have more good news.
While stock won’t be available on Ticketmaster until Friday, March 10, fans who want to make sure they get tickets in advance can buy them on sites like Vivid Seats before the tickets officially go on sale.
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NCT Dream 2023 tour schedule
A full calendar with all tour dates, venues and links to purchase tickets can be found below.
NCT Dream band members
Want to refresh your NCT Dream knowledge?
We’re here to help – here’s the role each member of the group plays as part of their live show.
Jaemin – principal dancer
Jisung – principal dancer
renjun – lead vocals
Jeno – principal dancer
Haechan – lead vocals
Chenle – lead vocals
Mark Lee – main rapper
Nct dream new music download
This year, NCT Dream dropped their very first Japanese single “Best friend ever.”
Before that, the group released the six-track ‘Candy’, which they have dubbed a Winter Special Mini Album.
You can hear the “Candy’s” brand of energetic pop and emotional ballads here.
But for our money, the best NCT Dream track is undoubtedly the hip-hop anthem “Hot sauce.”
K-pop groups to tour in 2023
There may be a K-Pop concert coming to a city near you.
Here are just five of the biggest acts that could be headed your way in the coming months.
• Tomorrow X Together
• Stray children
• Epic high
Want to see who else is on the road? Check out our list of the 52 biggest concert tours in 2023 here.