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Moonbyul of Mamamoo to bring first world tour to Singapore on 13 April

Moonbyul will hold her first world tour in Singapore, titled "Museum: an epic of starlit", at the Capitol Theatre.

Oliver Chan

| February 29, 2024
Moonbyul of Mamamoo in a concept photo for her first full album, Starlit of Muse. Photo: RBW Entertainment

Moonbyul of Mamamoo will soon bring her first world tour to Singapore. Titled “Museum: an epic of starlit”, her tour will arrive in Singapore on 13 April (Sat).

The 31-year-old singer-rapper will hold the Singapore leg of her show at the Capitol Theatre, per an announcement on her social media handles.

Her upcoming tour is held in support of her first full album, Starlit of Muse (2024). The album comprises a total of twelve tracks, fronted by title numbers Think About (2024) and Touchin & Movin (2024).

Moonbyul will kick off her first world tour with two shows in Seoul’s KBS Arena end of next month. She will then tour Taipei before arriving in Singapore.

Her other stops on the tour include Hong Kong, Kaohsiung, Osaka and Tokyo.

Notably, this will be her first time coming to Singapore for a solo show. Moonbyul previously came to Singapore with her Mamamoo bandmates for various concerts, and recently with leader Solar, as part of their sub-unit Mamamoo+ for their Two Rabbits Code fan concert.

As part of promotions for her latest album, Moonbyul also held an exhibition of the same name as her album in Seoul. It ran from 15 to 20 Feb, with multiple sessions throughout the day.

“Let’s embark on this new journey together under the glow of a fresh starlight,” she said of the exhibition.

As of now, promoters have yet to announce ticketing details for her concert.

Separately, other K-pop acts like Kyuhyun, FTISLAND, Cha Eun-woo and more are set to make their way for their respective concerts.


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