Stray Kids 'Maniac': JYP announces 2nd SKZ world tour, fans say 'money, no more'

Stray Kids 'Maniac': JYP announces 2nd SKZ world tour, fans say 'money, no more'
Stray Kids announce their April 2022 World Tour that will take place over 10 cities this year (@Stray_Kids/Twitter)

There is no rest for the wicked and Stray Kids are proving just that as the “maniacs” have announced a new world tour to celebrate the release of their upcoming mini-album, ‘Oddinary’. On March 7, the label JYP Entertainment which manages the activities of the eight-member K-pop group announced that Stray Kids was going to hold their second official world tour to celebrate their eighth mini-album that will release on March 18 with the lead single, ‘Maniac’.

Celebrating the release of this upcoming album, Stray Kids plans to hold a new world tour titled, ‘Maniac’ that currently has 15 shows in 10 cities all over the world. The upcoming concert will mark Stray Kids’ first offline concert since February 2020. JYP Entertainment released the poster for the boy group’s second world tour ‘Stray Kids 2nd World Tour ‘MANIAC’ which will first start on April 30 in South Korea and move to countries like Japan and the United States before coming back to Tokyo in Japan in July of 2022.


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Stray Kids announce 15 shows for their ‘Maniac’ world tour

Stray Kids have announced a total of 15 shows in 10 cities all over the world starting with Seoul on April 30 and May 1. The JYP Entertainment boy group will then move to Kobe in Japan on June 11 and 12 and then to Tokyo on June 18 and 19. Taking the tour outside Asia, Stray Kids will then move to the United States of America from June 29 holding a show in Newark, then on July 1 in Chicago followed by a show in Atlanta on July 3, Forth Worth on July 6, Lost Angeles on July 9, Oakland on July 12 and Seattle on July 14. After these shows, Stray Kids will go back to hold two shows on July 26 and 27 in Tokyo, Japan.

As if these were not all, Stray Kid’s official poster that revealed the aforementioned locations also had the phrase “AND MORE” on it which means that there are more locations that will soon be added to the list. Fans from all over the world are now manifesting a Stray Kids concert in their respective regions. Stray Kids last met fans in their second official fan meeting, ‘Stray Kids 2ND #LoveSTAY ‘SKZ'S CHOCOLATE FACTORY’ that took place offline on February 12 and 13 this year after the thunderous release of their album, ‘Noeasy’.

Stray Kids to hold their 2nd World Tour, 'Maniac' over 10 different cities and more that will be announced soon (@Stray_Kids/Twitter)

'SKZ, please come to my country'

Fans have now started joking about being broke with Stray Kids releasing more and more new content. One fan said, “Alright thanks skz no more money for meeee." One fan joked about Stray Kids saying, "And More" the concert poster saying, "Money: no more" One more fan said, "This feels like my exam results are out and i just checked to see i didn't pass. SKZ PLEASE COME TO MY COUNTRY." Another fan joked, "Oh, yeah, thank you for the surprise. Now I'm thinking about where will I get money for their concert." One more fan joked, "If i don’t get tickets to the straykids concert then i might just stop breathing."

One more fan said, "MANIFESTING UK AND EUROPE DATES." One more fan said, "Will India ever be considered?" Another fan joked, "When I didn't find Jeddah city on the list" One more fan joked, "Watch me being a clown." Another fan said, "Pls come to Chile bro." One more fan said, "I mean lets be honest, it was clear that "world tour" means America and asia, like always. Cuz as we all know, America is the only thing that matters. i just hope that that"and more" is gonna revealed soon and make us European stays happy. At least let us one happiness."


























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