MELBOURNE, AU (May 13, 2019) – GOT7, the acclaimed 7-member South Korean boy group is bringing their highly anticipated WORLD TOUR ‘KEEP SPINNING’ to Australia this August. Performing at Sydney, Qudos Bank Arena on August 22 and Melbourne, Rod Laver Arena on August 25.
GOT7 2019 WORLD TOUR ‘KEEP SPINNING’ will kick off in Seoul in June 2019, continuing on its global trajectory before heading Down Under. Australia Ahgase(iGOT7) are in for a real treat, as Australia is part of the first leg of GOT7’s international tour announce.
Tickets for all shows go on sale at 2pm Friday, May 17.
My Live Nation members can secure tickets first during the exclusive pre-sale beginning 2pm Wednesday, May 15 until 12pm Friday, May 17.
GOT7’s, JB, Mark, Jackson, Jinyoung, Youngjae, BamBam and Yugeom have garnered international attention since their first debut in 2014. The diverse members of GOT7 hail from Korea, China, Thailand and the United States; they are renowned for their multi-lingual skills, and their enthusiasm in communicating with their international fans in English, Korean, Chinese amongst others. Well-loved for their live performance, the group is skilled in martial arts tricking, incorporating the kicks, flips and twists from gymnastics and breakdancing in their onstage performances.
Their last EP, Eyes on You was released in 2018 and went on to #2 on Billboard World Albums. The EP also topped the iTunes international album charts in twenty countries and sold over 300,000 copies in Korea. It was certified platinum by Gaon Chart and the Korean Music Content Association (KMCA).
Since their last fan-meet appearance in Australia in 2017, the group has gone on a world tour through Asia, North America, South America and Europe. They were the first ever K-pop group to perform at the Brooklyn’s Barclay Centre and to a sold-out crowd.
In between touring, GOT7 members have been pursuing individual projects — the close-knit K-pop group are very supportive of each other’s' ventures. Jinyoung has been focusing on his acting, BamBam and Mark are working on their clothing lines, and Jackson’s career in China as a television personality and hip-hop artist has skyrocketed. Recently Jackson's fan-meet in China sold out 5000 tickets within 98 seconds.