SM ENTERTAINMENT, DREAM MAKER ENTERTAINMENT LTD, AND SUBKULTURE ENTERTAINMENT PRESENT Red Velvet 2nd Concert [REDMARE] in USA

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LOS ANGELES, CA (December 3, 2018)SM Entertainment, Dream Maker Entertainment LTD and SubKulture Entertainment are proud to announce that Red Velvet will be returning Stateside for Red Velvet 2nd Concert [REDMARE] in USA! Following a successful first fanmeet in Chicago and the well-received release of their fifth mini-album, “RBB,” Red Velvet will be returning for a full concert tour!

SubKulture Entertainment will be hosting Red Velvet 2nd Concert [REDMARE] in USA, scheduled to take place in Los Angeles, Dallas, Miami, Chicago, and Newark. This will be Red Velvet’s first full length solo concert tour in the United States, following their first fanmeet in Chicago back in April! #REDMAREinUSA is scheduled to take place in February 2019 in the following five cities/venues:

LOS ANGELES, CA
Friday, Feb. 8, 2019 Pasadena Civic Auditorium via Ticketmaster
DALLAS, TX
Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019 The Theatre at Grand Prairie via AXS
MIAMI, FL
Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019 Fillmore Miami Beach via Live Nation
CHICAGO, IL
Friday, Feb. 15, 2019 Chicago Theatre via Ticketmaster
NEWARK, NJ
Sunday, Feb. 17, 2019 NJ Performing Arts Center via Ticketmaster

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Tickets are scheduled to go on sale Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018 at 10AM (Venue’s Local Time)!


Red Velvet, consisting of members Irene (leader), Seulgi, Wendy, Joy and Yeri, debuted in August 2014 with “Happiness” This album came to be the best selling album by a girl group in South Korea for the first half of 2015.

Their first full-length album, “The Red,” was released in September 2015, which included the popular lead single “Dumb Dumb.” The album debuted at number one on Billboard’s World Albums Chart as well as on various Korean music charts. In September 2016, Red Velvet released their third mini-album, “Russian Roulette,” topping Korean music charts, earning them their first music show win, and peaking at number two on Billboard’s World Digital Songs Chart. In 2017, the releases of their fourth mini-album, “Rookie,” in February, their summer mini-album, “The Red Summer” in July and their second full album, “Perfect Velvet,” in November all achieved first place on Billboard’s World Albums Chart and earned Red Velvet “top girl group” status in South Korea. Their Japanese debut album, “#Cookie Ja,”r was released on July 4, 2018, which debuted at the third spot on Oricon Weekly Albums and sold more than 26,000 copies in the first week of its release. Their second summer mini-album, “Summer Magic,” which was released this past August, topped South Korean music charts, earned the group first place on music shows, and debuted at number three on Billboard’s World Albums Chart.

In February 2018, “Time Magazine” named Red Velvet as one of the “Best K-pop Groups You Should Know About,” highlighting their versatile musical styles. The group has recently been applauded for pushing the boundaries of “idol music” by presenting diverse musical inspirations and styles.

Red Velvet made their recent comeback with their fifth mini-album, “RBB,” containing a total of six tracks, including their title song “RBB (Really Bad Boy).”

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