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Dreamcatcher announces Asian tour, with stops on six countries

The group invites you to its Nightmare City tour

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K-Pop girl group DREAMCATCHER announced on Thursday morning (Korean time) their Asian tour titled ‘Invitation From Nightmare City‘, with international concert organizer MyMusicTaste.

Initial details of the concert for the other countries are yet to be released as of press writing, however, for the Manila stop, here’s what you need to know:

Dreamcatcher’s concert in Manila will be held at the SM North EDSA Skydome on March 24, 7:00PM. Tickets will be sold at SM Tickets starting January 29, 12:00PM. Prices range from PhP3,000 up to PhP6,000.

Details for other countries are yet to be added. For more information about the Manila stop, check out MyMusicTaste’s website here.

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Originally known as the five-member group MINX from 2014 and re-debuted as Dreamcatcher on January 13, 2017, Dreamcatcher is a seven-member girl group formed by HappyFace Entertainment. They are composed of seven members: Yoohyeon, JiU, SuA, Siyeon, Handong, Dami and Gahyeon.

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