DREAMCATCHER Concert “Invitation From Nightmare City In Europe”: Cities And Ticket Details
Billboard acclaimed K-Pop girl group DREAMCATCHER is heading to Europe for the second time as part of their “DREAMCATCHER CONCERT : Invitation from Nightmare City” tour. Kicking off in London on Oct. 24, the septet will reunite with their long-awaited fans across the continent.
“DREAMCATCHER CONCERT : Invitation from Nightmare City in Europe” marks DREAMCATCHER’s fifth overseas tour, as well as second Europe tour, that was made through fan requests on MyMusicTaste, an online service that allows fans to request their favorite bands to their cities.
After the success of “2018 DREAMCATCHER 1ST TOUR “FLY HIGH” IN EUROPE” in February 2018, DREAMCATCHER’s passionate fans decided to bring DREAMCATCHER once again through MyMusicTaste. Through this tour, DREAMCATCHER will be visiting a total of 7 cities, with 5 cities that they will revisit.
Debuted in January 2017 with the single “Nightmare”, DREAMCATCHER has quickly caught the eye of music critics with their unique concept of “Young Metal” and powerful choreography. Voted no.3 on Billboard’s Best New K-Pop Acts in 2017, the group’s worldwide fame has since been growing exponentially; their second EP “You and I” was released in 2018 and made its debut on the Billboard’s World Albums Chart at no.7.
Without losing their momentum, DREAMCATCHER continued to show their global presence. In collaboration with MyMusicTaste, DREAMCATCHER launched their first crowdfunding project for their new photo book in July 2018 and reached 555% of their funding goal. Their most recent album “The End of Nightmare” received widespread acclaim and landed at no.6 on Billboard’s World Albums Chart.
DREAMCATCHER “Invitation From Nightmare City In Europe”
Oct. 24, Thursday- London (ULU Live)
Oct. 27, Sunday- Milan (Magazzini Generali)
Oct. 30, Wednesday- Berlin (Kesselhaus)
Nov. 1, Friday- Warsaw (Palladium)
Nov. 3, Sunday- Paris (Elysee Montmartre)
Nov. 5, Tuesday- Amsterdam (Melkweg)
Nov. 7, Thursday- Helsinki (Nosturi)