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The Boyz 'The B-Zone': Date, tickets and all about first offline concert in 2 years

The Boyz will be having a hybrid concert, i.e., the concerts will be offline, as well as streamed online for those who cannot attend in person
The Boyz get ready for their first hybrid concert (@Creker_THEBOYZ/Twitter)
The Boyz get ready for their first hybrid concert (@Creker_THEBOYZ/Twitter)

Looks like The Boyz have been quite busy this year. They released their first Japanese album, first Universe single and two Korean-language comebacks along with their participation on the fierce survival show ‘Kingdom’. After winning the prequel ‘Road To Kingdom’, they were invited by Mnet to participate in ‘Kingdom’ where they were the runner-ups. They then took a break from their dark concepts to release the fun and cheery ‘Thrill-ing’ album perfect for the summer. And now, following the release of their single album ‘Maverick’ on November 1, the K-pop group is set to hold a 3-day concert.

‘Maverick’ is mysterious and powerful as the music video draws parallels with dystopian projects like ‘Battle Royale’ and ‘Squid Game’. The single did quite well as it became the first The Boyz song to enter the South Korean music chart FLO. ‘Maverick’ also became their first song to enter four real-time Korean charts which is quite an impressive feat. It also debuted at #17 on the iTunes Worldwide Chart and topped Bugs Realtime Chart and the MelOn 1 Week Chart. It was also #1 on Hanteo and #2 on the Gaon charts. Well, to celebrate, it looks like The Boyz is having ‘The B-Zone’, their first offline concert in two years.

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The Boyz for the single album, 'Maverick' (@creker_THEBOYZ/Twitter)


The Boyz’s ‘The B-Zone’ which is a 3-day concert will be held from December 3 to 5. 
On December 3 it will be held at 7 pm KST (5 am ET). 
On December 4 it will be held at 5 pm KST (3 am ET). 
On December 5 it will be held at 5 pm KST (3 am ET).

Venue and online platform

‘The B-Zone’ is a hybrid concert since it will be both offline and online. Those who are in South Korea can attend all three concerts at the Olympic Handball Stadium, Seoul. Those who cannot attend the concert can live-stream it on hello82’s platform.


Offline tickets will be first available to fan club members from November 11 at 8 pm KST 8 (6 am ET). Regular tickets will become available from November 15 at 8 pm KST (6 am ET) onwards.
The online tickets will be available for purchase from November 16 at 8 pm KST (6 am ET) onwards on hello82 and YES24’s website.

The Boyz drop a poster for 'The B-Zone' (@Creker_THEBOYZ/Twitter)


This will be The Boyz’s first offline concert in two years. Their last live concert was the European leg of their 'Dreamlike' tour which was held in December 2019. Hence, the K-pop group wants to make it more meaningful since this is the first time that TheBs (the fandom) will get to see them perform live since the pandemic. For ‘The B-Zone’, the group released a poster of them showing off their youthful charms as they sport chic and preppy school uniforms. With it being quite a contrast from their latest release ‘Maverick’ which was full of action and moody vibes, fans are quite excited for the 3-day concert.