aespa announced that their first headline concerts will take place next month, with the second date to be broadcast live internationally.
aespa’s two-night SYNK: HYPERLINE concerts will take place on February 25 and 26 at Jamsil Arena in Seoul, South Korea. This will be the first-ever show for the girl group, who debuted in November 2020 with the single “Black Mamba.” Other tracks like “Next Level” and “Savage” are expected to feature on the concert setlist.
The band’s second show, on February 26, will be broadcast live for global audiences via the Beyond LIVE streaming service. Live stream details will be announced at a later date. Pre-sale tickets for SYNK: HYPERLINE will be available from January 27 to YES24with general sales opening on January 30.
Last week it was announced that aespa would present its first ever virtual reality concert to this year South by southwest festival, which takes place in Austin, Texas, starting March 10. The “20-minute aespa VR concert in Kwangya” will also feature “Black Mamba” and “Savage”, the latter of which was named on Spotify’s Most Streamed K-pop Songs of 2022.
of space ‘Girls’ track ‘Illusion’, presented on NMEthe list of 25 Best K-pop Songs of 2022. In June, the group will take the stage at 2023’s Governors Ball festival, joining a lineup that also includes Lizzo, Odesza, Kendrick Lamar, Lil Uzi Vert, HAIIM, Kim Petras and Omar Apolloamong many others.
In a three star review from aespa’s 2022 mini-album ‘Girls’, NME wrote: “Rather than sticking to the formula that has worked so far, this new mini-album shows new approaches in aespa’s music”.