Stray Kids add new shows to previously sold out Australian tour

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Stray Kids add new shows to previously sold out Australian tour

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Due to phenomenal demand, the K-Pop stars Stray Kids have added a second Melbourne show.

International K-Pop group Stray Kids, who have swept Billboard Charts in 2022, have sold out their first shows and have added second shows to the Australian dates of their MANIAC world tour. They will be bringing the 2023 tour to Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena on February 17 and 18 before playing Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on February 21 and 22. This tour will mark Bang Chan and Felix’s long-awaited return home to Australia.

Stray Kids Maniac Australia 2023

  • February 17 – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, new show
  • February 18 – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, (sold out)
  • February 21 – QUDOS Bank Arena, Sydney (sold out)
  • February 21 – QUDOS Bank Arena, Sydney, new show

Check out Melbourne’s most comprehensive gig guide here.

Stray Kids’ latest mini-album “ODDINARY” took the first place on Billboard’s 200 albums chart in March 2022. The group stayed on the prestigious chart for seven consecutive weeks. With its mini album “ODDINARY,” Stray Kids also hit number one on the Billboard Artist 100 Chart, topping both charts. Stray Kids has risen to the top as global K-pop stars.


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The eight-member South Korean group consists of Bang Chan, Lee Know, Changbin, Hyunjin, Han, Felix, Seungmin and I.N.

Founded by JYP Entertainment through the 2017 reality show of the same name, Stray Kids. Touring in support of their 2022 EPs, Iddinary, Circus and Maxident, the Maniac World Tour kicked off this year in Seoul, South Korea. The group’s first in-person concert tour in two years since their District 9: Unlock tour that took over the world in 2019 and 2020.

Tickets go on sale today, October 5. Grab them by heading here.