YG Announces New Tour Dates For G-Dragon's 'Act III:MOTTE', Check Whether Your City Is Included Here!
YG Entertainment has announced the addition of five more cities to G-Dragon's "ACT III: MOTTE" World Tour. Due to insistent public demand, the show will now have additional stops in Manila, HongKong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur and Taiwan.
According to Soompi, the addition of the five cities to the world tour will bring the total to 24 cities where the BIGBANG leader will be performing. Aside from the five new cities that have been announced, G-Dragon's fans in Brazil are also campaigning online through the hashtag #MOTTEinBrasil to add their location to the World Tour.
After kicking off his "Act III:MOTTE" tour in Seoul on June 10 where he featured guests like IU, whom he recently collaborated on for her comeback track "Palette," and former 2NE1 leader CL, with whom he performed the song "The Leaders." G-Dragon also wowed the crowd for a two night show in Macau, the second stop of his tour.
G-Dragon's next stop will be in Singapore on June 24 and 25 before he takes on Bangkok on July 7 and 8. The BIGBANG leader will not have a break as he flies to Seattle to kick off the North American leg of is tour on July 11. San Jose, Los Angeles, Houston and Chicago will follow on July 14, July 16, July 19 and July 21. He takes on the East Coast when he stages his show in Miami on July 25 and New York in July 27.
G-Dragon will also make a stop in Toronto on July 30 before he flies Down Under for Sydney on Aug. 5, Brisbane on Aug. 8 and Melbourne on Aug. 12 and Aukland on Aug. 16. Furthermore, according to Billboard Philippines, MOTTE in Manila will happen on Sept. 1 at the Araneta Coliseum, wherein the show will be presented by IME Philippines.
G-Dragon is expected to end his concert tour in Japan when he performs in Fukuoka on Aug. 19, Osaka on Aug. 22 and 23 and Tokyo on Sept. 19-20. The shows in HongKong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur and Taiwan are expected to be scheduled sometime in September.
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