Aepsa Starts 2nd World Tour With Spectacular Shows In Seoul

On the 29th and 30th of June, aespa performed their solo concert “2024 aespa LIVE TOUR – SYNK: PARALLEL LINE”at Jamsil Indoor Gymnasium in Songpa-gu, Seoul.

During their concert, aespa showcased new tracks from their debut full-length album, including “Supernova”and “Armageddon”, in addition to their popular songs “Black Mamba”, “Next Level”, and “Spicy”. The members also performed solo stages, and the girl group put together unique arrangements and stages for a captivating show. The concert was also live-streamed on various global platforms such as Beyond Live and Weverse Live.


Ever since their debut full album “Armageddon” was released last month, aespa has been experiencing overwhelming success both in their home country of Korea and internationally. Their lead single “Supernova” has reached impressive rankings, placing at No.6 on Billboard’s Global Chart (excluding US) and No.17 on the Global 200.

Despite facing fierce competition, “Supernova” by Melon has managed to maintain its position at the top of the charts for five consecutive weeks, solidifying its record as the longest-charting song released this year. The song has also maintained its top spots on Circle Weekly Chart’s Global K-pop Chart, Digital Chart, and Streaming Chart for five weeks in a row, and has even reached No.1 on Genie Music’s June Monthly chart. In a remarkable feat, “Supernova” has also become the first K-pop girl group song to be featured as the background music for the Dubai fountain show.


The hit track “Armageddon”also dominated the K-pop charts for six consecutive weeks on five major Chinese music platforms, including QQ Music, under Tencent Music. Additionally, it received a total of 12 awards on various music shows. Impressively, it also achieved high rankings on the Billboard Global Chart, reaching No.29, and the Global 200 Chart, reaching No.55.

Aespa will kick off their tour in Seoul, and then visit a total of 14 regions in Asia and Australia including Fukuoka, Nagoya, Saitama, Singapore, and Osaka in July. In August, they will continue to Hong Kong, Taipei, Tokyo, Jakarta, and Sydney. The tour will then move on to Melbourne, Macau, and Bangkok in September. Aespa plans to expand their tour to the Americas and Europe in early next year.

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