Source: The Rose Official Twitter

It looks like February is going to be a very busy month for European K-pop fans as another group gets ready to take their act on the road! Recently debuted boy group, The Rose, is heading off on a five-stop European tour. The Rose (Under J&Star Entertainment but distributed by CJ E&M) released their first single, titled ‘Sorry’, back in August and left a lot of fans hungry for more from the quartet. Their debut single even landed them on Billboard’s top 20 picks for k-pop songs of 2017, coming in at number 7 on the list!

Since then, their fandom has been growing as their mellow rock sound has charmed its way into the hearts of many, and they officially declared their fandom name ‘Black Rose’ at the end of August. Now, after the release of their second single, ‘Like We Used To’ which came out November 1st in Korea, the band is finally heading off on their first international tour!

Stops on the tour include the following dates and venues:

  • February 16 – Brussels @La Madeleine
  • February 18 – Moscow @Izvestia Hall
  • February 23 – Istanbul @UNIQ Glass Room
  • February 24 – London @ULU Live
  • February 25 – Budapest @Dürer Kert

The tour is being managed by My Music Taste and tickets go on sale through Ticketmaster with the – starting as early as January 9th and regular ticket sales starting on January 11th! For more information about tickets head over to the My Music Taste tour page for The Rose and select the date you are interested in to find out details about ticket prices, sale times, and seating charts. Each date also includes a VIP ticket option that will include a Hi-touch and group photo! Good luck Black Rose and have fun supporting The Rose on their first European tour!

Have you checked out The Rose yet? What do you hope to see from the group in the future? European fans, are you excited for a chance to see them live? Brag about it to us in the comments so I can turn green with envy!


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