Lee Seung Gi Takes Aim at American Market with First-Ever U.S. Tour

lee seung gi concert 2023
lee seung gi concert 2023
Credit: Humanmade

After successfully concluding his Asian tour, Lee Seung Gi has set his sights on the American market. This will be his first U.S. tour since his debut.


Lee Seung Gi is poised to kick off his tour “The Dreamer’s Dream – Chapter 2” in the U.S. this coming August and September. Beginning with a show in Los Angeles on August 26th, the tour will then travel to Atlanta on August 30th and round off in New York on September 2nd.

In a promotional video for the tour, the singer says, “I am ardently preparing a repertoire that will strike a chord with my fans in the States,” clearly expressing his anticipation and excitement for the upcoming event.

Lee Seung Gi’s management agency Humanmade commented, “Seung Gi has amassed a plethora of experience from his Asian tour. Building on this foundation, we believe he’ll present an even more polished performance during the U.S. tour.” They added, “With a unique setlist different from his Asian tour, we aim to provide fresh excitement and deep emotions.”

Meanwhile, Lee Seung Gi embarked on his Asian tour concert “The Dreamer’s Dream – Chapter 2” starting May. The tour, which saw passionate support from fans, started in Seoul and spanned Japan, Taiwan, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia. The tour will conclude in Bangkok on July 15th, marking the end of performances in eight countries across nine cities.

The agency said, “As Lee Seung Gi’s first solo concert in a decade, the show received tremendous response from global fans and once again proved his prowess as a vocalist.” They added, “Media outlets across various countries are hailing Lee Seung-gi, known for his acting prowess in numerous projects, for showing his true talent as a singer.”


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