P-pop sensation SB19 has announced the dates of their upcoming world tour.
On Sunday, September 4, 2022, SB19 updated their social media pages with the dates for their upcoming world tour, SB19 WYAT (Where You At).
The announcement included the confirmed cities, both across the country and around the globe.
They wrote in the caption, "Down for kicks? SB19’s about to step on the gas. Code for the road: WYAT Hop in. Get in the groove. Let’s bounce!"
Prior to the announcement, the OPM boy group released a one-minute teaser of their tour.
The teaser video has a '70s vibe and shows SB19 members Pablo, Stell, Ken, and Justin jamming together before Josh arrives on a mini bus. The other four members grab their things and quickly jump into the car.
They continue jamming as music blasts inside the car, and they document their road trip. The video then fades to black and reveals an initial list of dates and places for the upcoming tour.
The concert tour comes after the release of their latest single "WYAT (Where You At)," which premiered on September 2, 2022.
SB19 will kick off their tour with a sold-out concert at the Araneta Coliseum on September 17, followed by local stops in Cebu (October 1), Clark (October 8), and Davao (October 15).
The group will then fly to Dubai (October 29), New York (November 5), Los Angeles (November 12), and Singapore (November 27) for the international leg of their tour.
Venue and ticketing details have yet to be announced.
As of writing, their latest single "WYAT (Where You At)" garnered about 1.1 million views and is on the Top 4 Trending for Music chart on YouTube.
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