ENHYPEN Back On The Road This Summer For ‘Fate’ World Tour

ENHYPEN announced their “Fate” world tour, which includes shows in Korea, Japan and the U.S. (Courtesy Belift Lab)

Following a successful global run that ended in February, K-pop group ENHYPEN announced they’re ready for another go this summer with ‘Fate,’ a world tour that kicks off July 29 at KSPO Dome in Seoul, Korea, and includes shows in U.S. arenas.

ENHYPEN, a seven-member boy band created by Belift Lab and broke pre-order records when they released their debut EP Border: Day One in 2020, will also play shows at Kyocera Dome Osaka and Tokyo Dome in Japan prior to making their way to the States. The group will open their U.S. run at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California, near Los Angeles on Oct. 6 and make stops at Desert Diamond Arena in Glendale, Arizona, Houston’s Toyota Center, Dallas’ American Airlines Center and Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, before wrapping up at Chicago’s United Center on Oct. 22.

The poster released on social media with tour dates also says, “More to Come,” possibly hinting at a future announcement regarding tickets and additional shows and venues. ENHYPEN dropped their fourth mini album, Dark Blood, on May 22 and sold more than 1.3 million copies within the first week.

The popular K-pop boy band performed 22 shows in 12 cities across the globe for their “Manifesto’ tour from September 2022 through February of this year. According to the Pollstar Boxoffice, ENHYPEN earned $25.6 million from those 22 concerts, including two nights (Oct. 2 and 3) at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California, that sold nearly 20,000 tickets and grossed $2.4 million.

ENHYPEN’S ‘Fate’ World Tour Dates
July 29 – KSPO Dome – Seoul, Korea
July 30 – KSPO Dome – Seoul, Korea
Sept. 2 – Kyocera Dome Osaka – Osaka, Japan
Sept. 3 – Kyocera Dome Osaka – Osaka, Japan
Sept. 13 – Tokyo Dome – Tokyo, Japan
Sept. 14 – Tokyo Dome – Tokyo, Japan
Oct. 6 – Dignity Health Sports Park – Los Angeles, CA
Oct. 10 – Desert Diamond Arena – Glendale, AZ
Oct. 13 – Toyota Center – Houston, TX
Oct. 14 – American Airlines Center – Dallas, TX
Oct. 18 – Prudential Center – Newark, NJ
Oct. 19 – Prudential Center – Newark, NJ
Oct. 22 – United Center – Chicago, IL