By: Angel Escobar
It has officially been announced by MyMusicTaste that the band will be setting off to the Americas for their ‘2018 Paint It Rose’ tour!
Following the success of their Europe tour, South Korean boy band The Rose is now gearing up to embark on another tour this May. The band will visit a total of 11 cities in the United States, Mexico, and Brazil. A full schedule of tour dates and venues is listed below. THE ROSE 2018 Paint It Rose Tour is presented by MyMusicTaste, a global online service that allows fans to request their favorite artists to their city. This tour, like their Europe tour that concluded this February, was made by The Rose’s fans in the Americas who created a viral movement on MyMusicTaste to bring the band to their cities. The Rose collaborated with MyMusicTaste to unite with their long-awaited fans and give them a thrilling live experience through their beloved hits.
When concerning the states, there will be a total of 7 stops: from New York, Boston, Chicago, Atlanta, Seattle, San Francisco, and the final tour date penned for Los Angeles! The tour will begin in May and end at the start of June.
Presale tickets, exclusive to MyMusicTaste users who requested The Rose in the cities listed below will be available on March 20 at 15:00. General sales on tickets to the public will then begin on March 22 at 15:00.
Further information on the tour and ticket purchase can be found through this link or other social media channels of MyMusicTaste.
THE ROSE 2018 Paint It Rose Tour Tour Dates:
● New York, NY (Irving Plaza) – May 19, 2018
● Boston, MA (The Sinclair) – May 20, 2018
● Chicago, IL (Park West) – May 23, 2018
● Atlanta, GA (Center Stage) – May 25, 2018
● Seattle, WA (The Showbox) – May 27, 2018
● San Francisco, CA (The Social Hall SF) – May 30, 2018
● Los Angeles, CA (The Fonda Theatre) – June 1, 2018
● Monterrey (Escena) – June 8, 2018
● Mexico City (Auditorio Blackberry) – June 10, 2018
● São Paulo (Espaco Eventos Hakka) – June 13, 2018
● Rio de Janeiro (Teatro Odisseia) – June 15, 2018
As we wait for the start of the U.S. tour, check out the band’s biggest hit “Sorry”