MAMAMOO Announces Venues For First-Ever U.S. Tour Dates

MAMAMOO Announces Venues For First-Ever U.S. Tour Dates

The sassy progressive K-pop group will make their way to nine cities for their first-ever stateside tour starting on May 16

Tickets are on sale at 10 am local time on March 29 at

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Fresh off last week’s exciting announcement, MAMAMOO announces the venues they will be playing at as part of their “MY CON” World Tour as they head to the U.S. for the first time. After wrapping up their latest performances across Asia, the popular K-Pop group will embark on the U.S. for their inaugural arena tour that launches in New York City on May 16, 2023, hitting nine cities coast to coast with many major markets in between.

Presented by Mammoth, Inc. and Sugar Monkey Live, this is MAMAMOO’s first-ever global tour, as well as their American debut.

The girls knocked it out of the park with their mini album “MIC ON” in October 2022. They promptly followed up with a hugely successful nine-city tour across Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Bangkok, Jakarta, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and Manila. As a result, MAMAMOO has established themselves as unrivalled icons of K-Pop, having sold out more than twenty concerts since their first one in 2016.

MAMAMOO is set to rock some of the biggest cities in the U.S. this summer with the same excitement and passion that has endeared them to their global fandom with each performance since their debut.

“Wherever it is, it becomes yours, mine and our stage.”

The tour will see all four members, Solar, Moon Byul, Whee In, and Hwa Sa, join hands once again, ready to take the stage in premier venues across the country; a complete list of the tour dates is listed below.


2023 MY CON U.S. Tour Dates:
All dates and cities below are subject to change.

May 16
UBS Arena at Belmont Park
New York, NY

May 18
CFG Bank Arena
Baltimore, MD

May 20
State Farm Arena
Atlanta, GA

May 22
Bridgestone Arena
Nashville, TN

May 24
Dickies Arena
Fort Worth, TX

May 27
Wintrust Arena
Chicago, IL

May 31
Desert Diamond Arena
Glendale, AZ

June 2
Oakland Arena
Oakland, CA

June 4
KIA Forum
Los Angeles, CA

MAMAMOO’s first song, “Mr. Ambiguous,” debuted in 2014 and cemented their position as a mainstream K-pop knockout. Some critics considered their launch one of the best K-pop debuts of 2014. They are recognized for their retro, jazz, and R&B concepts and their strong vocal performances. Their song “HIP” is their first music video to hit 370 million views on YouTube and 210 million streams on Spotify since their release in 2019.

The quartet is known for daring and breaking the rules in K-pop with their progressive fashion style, challenging the Korean music norms for women, and their girl boss attitude. MAMAMOO promotes being an independent woman with no restrictions. Hwa Sa is the most successful soloist, with her hit song “Maria” (2020) breaking records with more than 270 million views on YouTube. The recently released single, “ILLELLA,” encapsulates all four members’ unique talent and versatility.


MAMAMOO (Korean: 마마무) is a four-member girl group consisting of Solar, Moon Byul, Whee In, and Hwa Sa, who are loved by the public for their outstanding singing skills and spectacular performances. In 2014, The Group officially debuted with their song “Mr. Ambiguous” and impressed the public with their proficient stage manners and perfect vocal performances.

Since then, they have released songs such as ‘Piano Man,’ ‘Um Oh Ah Yeh,’ ‘You’re the Best,’ ‘Décalcomanie,’ ‘Yes I am,’ ‘Starry Night,’ ‘Egotistic,’ ‘Wind flower,’ ‘gogobebe,’ and ‘HIP.’ The album became a hit in a row, and they became known as one of the best popular girl groups in Korea.

Also, MAMAMOO has established itself as a “performance idol group” by selling out more than 20 concerts since their first concert in 2016. In October 2022, MAMAMOO released the 12th EP [MIC ON] and received great love for their unique concepts and intense performances with the title song ‘ILLELLA.’


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