Nobody can do it like P1Harmony! Less than two years after debuting, the 6-member boy group will be embarking on their first ever U.S. tour, “2022 P1Harmony LIVE TOUR [P1ustage H : PEACE].”
Debuting during a pandemic is no easy feat, but P1Harmony has defied odds and continues to climb up in popularity, as is proven by their tour and most recent comeback with EP “DISHARMONY : FIND OUT,” with title track “Do It Like This.” The EP is their highest selling album thus far, and the title song hit over one million Spotify streams less than two weeks post-release. In the same album, their song “Follow Me” even ranked #19 on Billboard’s Hot Trending Songs Chart. To date, the group has around 34 million Spotify global streams, and over 4 million followers across their social media platforms.
Although this will be Keeho, Theo, Jiung, Intak, Soul, and Jongseob’s first tour, it isn’t the six boys’ first time stateside together. Just last year, P1Harmony made a trip out to LA to perform a show prior to the Major League Soccer match between the Los Angeles FC and the Seattle Sounders at the Banc of California Stadium, garnering more than 8,000 fans in attendance. The group has also attracted the attention of various Western media outlets, being dubbed by TIME, VOGUE, and HYPEBAE as the next boy band to watch out for.
Hitting up eight cities from the east coast to the west coast, P1Harmony is ready to greet fans, P1ECE, with gracious benefits and plenty of meet and greet chances — offered with their fairly affordable P1 ticket is the opportunity to do a fansign, hello session, and even a group photo with the full group.
Ticket sales start tomorrow, Thursday, February 10th, at 3PM local venue time, so don’t miss out! You can find all the tour dates and locations below, and tickets can be found on SubKulture Entertainment’s website. Make sure to follow Officially Kmusic for all the latest updates and news in kpop!
March 11 — The Town Hall, New York, NY
March 13 — Warner Theatre, Washington D.C.
March 16 — The Fillmore Miami Beach, Miami, FL
March 18 — 713 Music Hall, Houston, TX
March 20 — Copernicus Center, Chicago, IL
March 23 — Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, CO
March 25 — San Jose Civic, San Jose, CA
March 27 — The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles, CA
Written & Edited By Ephney Tsai