K-pop group IVE have announced details of a 2023 and 2024 world tour – and this is how to get tickets.
The girl group will take the Show What I Have world tour to arena venues across the globe.
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The news of extra dates comes just a month after they kicked off the tour in October with two shows in Seoul, South Korea.
The group will kick off the Asia leg of their newly announced tour in November 2023, with two shows in Yokohama, Japan.
— IVE OFFICIAL (@IVEstarship) November 8, 2023
They’ll then head to venues across early 2024 in the likes of Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia and more.
The US leg of the Show What I Have tour begins in mid-March with dates planned in Los Angeles, Atlanta and Newark.
While the European leg of their tour starts in June 2024 with stops in London, Berlin, Barcelona, Paris and Amsterdam.
The tour is set to finish up with dates in Brazil, Mexico and Chile in late June and early July, and two headline shows in Australia.
The announcement comes just a month after IVE released their first mini-album, I’VE MINE. The record was led by the single “Baddie”, and also features “Either Way” and “Off The Record”.
You can find out everything we know about IVE tickets so far below.
How to get tickets
In the UK they go on general sale at 10am on 17 November via Ticketmaster.
If you’re an O2 or Virgin Media customer then you can access the priority sale at 10am on 15 November via priority.o2.co.uk/tickets.
In the US they go on general sale at 10am local time on 17 November via Ticketmaster. You can check your local listing for presale details.
Mexico City: Nov.16 at 11AM
São Paulo: Nov.14 at 10AM
Santiago: Nov.15 at 11:01AM
Australia: Nov.14 at 2PM
— Live Nation Kpop (@LiveNationKpop) November 8, 2023
You can check out the full tour schedule below.
IVE tour dates
15-16 November – Yokohama, Japan, K-Arena Yokohama
13-14 January – Jakarta, Indonesia, ICE BSD City Hall 5-6
27 January – Bangkok, Thailand, Impact Arena
31 January – 1 February – Fukuoka, Japan, Marine Messe Fukuoka Hall A
7-8 February – Osaka, Japan, Osaka-Jo Hall
17 February – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Axiata Arena
24 February – Singapore, Singapore, Singapore Indoor Stadium
2 March – Taipei, Taiwan, NTSU Arena
13 March – Los Angeles, California, Kia Forum – tickets
16 March – Oakland, California, Oakland Arena – tickets
20 March – Fort Worth, Texas, Dickies Arena – tickets
24 March – Atlanta, Georgia, State Farm Arena – tickets
26 March – Rosemont, Illinois, Allstate Arena – tickets
29 March – Newark, New Jersey, Prudential Center – tickets
4 June – Paris, France, Accor Arena – tickets
7 June – Barcelona, Spain, Palau Sant Jordi – tickets
10 June – Berlin, Germany, Mercedes-Benz Arena – tickets
13 June – Amsterdam, Netherlands, Ziggo Dome – tickets
16 June – London, England, The O2 – tickets
23 June – Mexico City, Mexico, Palacio De Los Deportes – tickets
26 June – São Paulo, Brazil, Espaço Unimed
30 June – Santiago, Chile, Movistar Arena
6 July – Hong Kong, China, AsiaWorld-Arena
13 July – Manila, Philippines, SM Mall of Asia Arena
25 July – Melbourne, Australia, Rod Laver Arena – tickets
28 July – Sydney, Australia, Qudos Bank Arena – tickets