Aespa's showcase 'SYNK' moves to US before Japan, fans say 'world tour next'

The SM Entertainment girl group aespa will be hosting their first solo showcase in Japan and USA after the release of their second mini-album, 'Girls'


                            Aespa's showcase 'SYNK' moves to US before Japan, fans say 'world tour next'
Aespa to return to the US for their first solo showcase titled, 'SYNK' in LA (Han Myung-Gu/Getty Images; SM Entertainment)
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Looks like there is a lot in store for international fans of the four-member SM Entertainment girl group aespa (Aespa). Ever since the girls made their debut in 2020 with the hit single, 'Black Mamba' the girls have been dropping one hit after the other as international business magazines like Forbes and Time praise the girl group for their achievements. The girl group was first invited to perform at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade back in 2021 which became a gateway to aespa's global popularity. 

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Aespa started 2022 with a bang as they appeared at Coachella becoming the only music act from the fourth generation of K-pop to perform at the show. Now as aespa has made its hold strong over international countries like the USA, it is time for the girls to hold their first solo showcase in the states. Earlier this month it was announced that aespa was gearing up for a July comeback and would be pre-releasing their Coachella 2022 performance track, 'Life's Too Short'. Following that, aespa will be releasing their second mini-album, 'Girls'.

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Aespa announces a solo showcase in LA

On June 2, it was also announced that aespa will be hosting their first-ever solo showcase in Japan which had many fans of the group excited. Some fans felt missed out as they asked for the label, SM Entertainment to have aespa host a showcase in other places than Japan. On June 7, coming as a shock to many fans, it was announced that aespa was finally making a solo entry into the global market. Earlier this month, aespa signed with global label Warner Records as their first girl group for aespa's global promotions.

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With the news of aespa signing with the international label, fans anticipated more activities in the USA. Looks like that is what fans of aespa are in for as SM Entertainment announced that aespa will hold their 'aespa Showcase SYNK in LA' at the YouTube Theater in LA, California in the USA on June 26 to meet local fans in the US. On June 8, SM Entertainment released the official ticket reservation details for the event which will be going on sale from June 10 onwards.

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This will be aespa's first solo showcase in the States and for the entertainment of fans, the group has prepared various stages with aespa's new single, 'Life's Too Short' as well as their old hits like 'Black Mamba', 'Next Leve' as well as their 2021 release, 'Savage'. Following this LA showcase, aespa will later be holding their first Japanese showcase in Yokohama, Japan for two days on August 6 and 7 following the release of their second mini-album 'Girls' which will be released globally on July 8.

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'I'm poor stop!'

Fans of aespa are ecstatic about the news while other MYs (fans of aespa) wish for a showcase in South Korea as well. One fan hoped, "Hopefully this means Aespa world tour." One more fan said, "Waiting someday for aespa world tour." One more fan manifested, "And a world tour whenever the first full albums drops exactly." One Korean fan said, "Please, I don't ask for much. Please think about Korea a little more." Another fan said, "Why America? So sad."

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One more fan said, "aespa showcase now world tour later we smile." One fan invited, "COME TO TEXAS PLEASEEEEE." One fan joked, "IM POOR STOP?" One more fan said, "I jokingly asked my mom if she would pay a plane ticket to LA for me and she said yes XDDDDDD." Another shocked fan said, "R u serious..." One fan declared, "I have to be there." A fan said, "Yeah aespa will perform in the US again and i am proud of them can't wait to see that."

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