IVE, a rapidly expanding K-Pop group, has unveiled their inaugural worldwide venture: the 1ST WORLD TOUR ‘SHOW WHAT I HAVE.’ Spanning 24 dates, this global tour will encompass multiple cities in Southeast Asia, North America, Europe, the U.K., South America, Eastern Asia, and Australia in the upcoming year.
The tour, presented by Live Nation, starts on January 13, 2024 in Jakarta, Indonesia at ICE BSD CITY HALL 5-6. It continues with shows in Bangkok, Singapore, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Newark, Paris, Berlin, Mexico City, Hong Kong, Manila, London, and more, concluding on July 28 in Sydney, Australia at Qudos Bank Arena.
IVE was established in 2021 and achieved significant success after their debut single, ‘ELEVEN,’ garnered numerous awards along with their other title tracks. Their first full-length album, <I’ve IVE>, was released this year and sold over 1.1 million copies within the initial week. To begin their 1ST WORLD TOUR ‘SHOW WHAT I HAVE,’ the group delivered two unforgettable sold-out shows in Seoul last month.
IVE tour dates 2024:
- Sat Jan 13: ICE BSD CITY HALL 5-6, Jakarta, ID
- Sun Jan 14: ICE BSD CITY HALL 5-6, Jakarta, ID
- Sat Jan 27: Impact Arena, Bangkok, TH
- Sat Feb 17: Axiata Arena, Kuala Lumpur, MY
- Sat Feb 24: Singapore Indoor Stadium, Singapore
- Sat Mar 02: NTSU Arena (LINKOU Arena), Taipei, TW
- Wed Mar 13: The Kia Forum, Los Angeles, CA
- Sat Mar 16: Oakland Arena, Oakland, CA
- Wed Mar 20: Dickies Arena, Fort Worth, TX
- Sun Mar 24: State Farm Arena, Atlanta, GA
- Tue Mar 26: Allstate Arena, Rosemont, IL
- Fri Mar 29: Prudential Center, Newark, NJ
- Tue Jun 04: Accor Arena, Paris, FR
- Fri Jun 07: Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, ES
- Mon Jun 10: Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin, DE
- Thu Jun 13: Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, NL
- Sun Jun 16: The O2, London, UK – Tickets here
- Sun Jun 23: Palacio De Los Deportes, Mexico City, MX
- Wed Jun 26: Espaço Unimed, São Paulo, BR
- Sun Jun 30: Movistar Arena, Santiago, CL
- Sat Jul 06: AsiaWorld-Arena, Hong Kong, CN
- Sat Jul 13: SM Mall of Asia Arena, Manila, PH
- Thu Jul 25: Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, AU
- Sun Jul 28: Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, AU
IVE’s WANNA-BE ICON, consisting of Gen MZ members Anyujin, Gaeul, Rei, Jangwonyoung, Liz, and Leeseo, achieved their first domestic chart-topping success just seven days after debuting with ‘ELEVEN’ on December 1, 2021. Their subsequent singles ‘LOVE DIVE’ and ‘After LIKE’ also dominated the charts in Korea, making IVE a ‘Million Seller’ for the first time. In total, these three title songs amassed an impressive 37 award wins across different Korean music shows.
IVE achieved significant success in 2022. They won Best New Artist at the Melon Music Awards for their debut song ‘ELEVEN,’ as well as the Grand Prize for Best Song of The Year with ‘LOVE DIVE.’ The group also received Song of the Year (Grand Prize) at the 2022 MAMA Awards and 2022 Asia Artist Awards, Digital Song of The Year (Grand Prize) at the 37th Golden Disk Awards, and Best Song Award at the 32nd Seoul Music Awards. At the 37th Golden Disk Awards, IVE made history by winning the Rookie Artist of the Year Award, along with the main award for Digital Song of the Year and the Grand Award for Digital Song Division. Additionally, Hyun Joo Seo, IVE’s Executive Producer and Vice President of Starship Entertainment, received the Producer Award at two award shows.
In 2023, IVE’s debut album titled “<I’ve IVE>” achieved impressive sales of over 1.1 million copies within its first week. The album’s title tracks, ‘Kitsch’ and ‘I AM’, were not only successful commercially but also received recognition through winning a total of 11 awards in Korea (2 wins for ‘Kitsch’ and 9 wins for ‘I AM’). These songs dominated various major music charts in the country. Additionally, their second album “<I’VE MINE>” continued the streak of success, selling more than 1.6 million copies and earning the prestigious status of being a ‘Million Seller’ for the third consecutive time. Notably, the title tracks ‘Baddie’, ‘Off The Record’, and ‘Either Way’ showcased their prowess by reaching the top positions on Korean charts.