South Korean singer WOODZ has announced his 2023 ‘OO-LI And’ world tour.
The K-pop musician is set to kick off his ‘OO-LI And’ tour with a two-night concert in Seoul, South Korea on October 28 and 29. WOODZ will then play three shows in Japan in early-November, as well as concerts in Taipei, Paris and London.
At the start of end of November, the singer kick off the US leg of his tour, which will feature six shows over two weeks in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and more. Thereafter, WOODZ will also play one show in the Thai capital of Bangkok.
Tickets to the European shows are on sale now via Onion Production. Tickets to the US dates of WOODZ’s upcoming tour will go on sale this Friday (October 6) at 10am EST. According to the poster for the ‘OO-LI And’ world tour, more dates will be announced soon. Keep an eye on this page for more information.
28: Seoul, South Korea, SK Olympic Handball Gymnasium
29: Seoul, South Korea, SK Olympic Handball Gymnasium
06: Osaka, Japan, Osaka Festival hall
08: Nagoya, Japan, Aichi Century Hall
10: Yokohama, Japan, Pacifico Yokohama National Convention Hall
18: Taipei, Taiwan
26: London, England, Troxy
28: Paris, France, Salle Pleyel
30: Los Angeles, California, Long Beach Terrace Theatre
02: San Francisco, California, Golden Gate Theatre
04: Chicago, Illinois, Arie Crown Theater
06: Houston, Texas, Smart Financial Centre
08: Atlanta, Georgia, Gas South Arena
11: New York, New York, Kings Theatre
17: Bangkok, Thailand, Thunder Dome
【2023 WOODZ World Tour ‘OO-LI and’】
— WOODZ (@c_woodzofficial) September 19, 2023
2023 @c_woodzofficial Tour
11/30 Los Angeles, CA
12/2 San Francisco, CA
12/4 Chicago, IL
12/6 Houston, TX
12/8 Atlanta, GA
12/11 New York, NY
— Mammoth (@MammothLive) September 29, 2023
WOODZ’s newly announced ‘OO-LI And’ tour comes just two months after he wrapped up his original ‘OO-LI’ tour in July. That tour had featured shows in Malaysia, Indonesia, Mexico and more.
Last year, WOODZ signed a record deal with EDAM Entertainment, which is home to IU and actress Shin Se-kyung. The deal came shortly after his long-time label Yuehua Entertainment announced that the singer would be leaving the company after the end of his exclusive contract.