MOA, get ready to see TXT in concert soon. On April 25, Big Hit Music announced the group will be embarking on their first-ever world tour. The Act: Love Sick tour will kick off this summer with two back-to-back concerts in Korea before TXT flies to the United States for a number of performances. Their stateside concerts will mark TXT’s first time performing for fans in the U.S. in three years.
After debuting as a group in March 2019, TXT went on a small showcase tour that year, consisting of six shows in various cities across the U.S. In July 2019, the group also performed at Madison Square Garden as part of the annual KCON music festival.
Fans have waited years for TXT to finally return to the U.S., making their tour announcement so exciting. To make sure you’re able to snag tickets, here’s what you need to know about TXT’s upcoming concerts before tickets go on sale.
TXT’s Act: Love Sick Tour Dates
TXT’s highly-anticipated world tour will begin on July 2 in Seoul, South Korea. The group will perform another concert in Seoul the following day before they head to their first U.S. concert this year in Chicago on July 7. Afterward, they’ll perform in New York, Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, and San Francisco. They’ll finish their stateside shows on July 23 in Los Angeles.
At first, TXT’s tour website didn’t reveal which venues TXT would be performing at but did state more tour info would be coming soon. Days later, on May 2, Big Hit Music finally unveiled the venues for TXT’s tour.
However, fans had mixed feelings about the update, considering they found out the group would be performing in intimate venues instead of large arenas. This drew concern among some members of MOA who believed fans would miss out on the chance on seeing TXT live in concert.
TXT’s Act: Love Sick Ticket Info
The date tickets go on sale for TXT’s tour remains a mystery. So, MOA, make sure to keep your eyes peeled for any info about TXT’s tour on their social media pages.
TXT’s Act: Love Sick Setlist
TXT’s tour setlist also has not been revealed, but it’s likely to include the group’s biggest hits like “Blue Hour,” “0x1=Lovesong (I Know I Love You),” and “LO$ER=LO♡ER.” It may also feature songs from TXT’s upcoming fourth Korean EP, Minisode 2: Thursday's Child, which drops on May 9.
MOA can’t wait to see TXT back on stage this summer!