NCT 127 likes to keep things exclusive.
After just a pair of U.S. concerts in October 2022, the popular K-Pop group announced they weren’t done with America just yet.
However, their 2023 “2nd Tour ‘Neo City’: The Link” tour will be almost just as short as their brief 2022 run.
At the time of publication, the nine-member band has scheduled just three 2023 North American gigs.
That means only three opportunities to see Yuta Nakamoto, Jaehyun, Taeyong, Jungwoo, Mark Lee, WINWIN, Doyoung, Johnny, Taeil and Haechan play the hits and tracks from their 2022 album “2 Baddies.”
Luckily though, tickets are still available for all three January shows.
In fact, at the time of publication, some tickets can be found for as low as $55 before fees on Vivid Seats.
Below, you’ll find everything you need to know about NCT 127’s “2nd Tour ‘Neo City’: The Link” tour.
All prices are subject to fluctuation.
NCT 127 tour schedule
NCT 127’s complete tour calendar complete with dates, venues as well as best upper and lower level ticket prices can be found here.
|Jan. 9 at the United Center in Chicago, IL||$58||$302|
|Jan. 11 at the Toyota Center in Houston, TX||$60||$293|
|Jan. 13 at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, GA||$39||$251|
(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)
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How to travel to see NCT 127
Not in Chicago, Houston or Atlanta this January?
Luckily, you can’t go wrong booking your flight and hotel last-minute on the always trusty Expedia.
NCT 127 new music
In September 2022, NCT 127 released their raucous, party-starting album “2 Baddies- The 4th Album.”
Featuring slick hip-hop, sing-a-long anthems and catchy R&B jams, the “2 Baddies” was an instant hit with fans selling 1.5 million copies making it the highest-selling album by an SM Entertainment act within a week of its debut.
Critics were equally enamored with their latest effort.
NME called it a “a 12-track record with a number of back-to-back bangers.”
Want to hear the whole thing? You can listen to “2 Baddies” right here, right now.
K-Pop stars on tour in 2023
The K-Pop craze continues into the new year.
Although many huge acts are taking their hits to the States, here are five favorite you won’t want to miss when they come to a city near you.
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