Kentucky K-Pop fans rejoice – another South Korean pop group will be visiting Louisville, Kentucky this year. Dreamcatcher (드림캐쳐) will be performing at Old Forester’s Paristown Hall on July 3 for their Apocalypse: Save Us tour.
This will be the second Korean act to ever visit Louisville, following Oneus, a boy band who performed on Feb. 26, proving that Hallyu is making its way to every corner of the United States.
Dreamcatcher is a 7-member girl group that debuted on Jan. 13, 2017. They are known for their unique electronic metal rock sound, darker visuals, and storytelling. Dreamcatcher fans, known as inSomnia, interpret visuals and lyrics as mysteries to be explored.
Apocalypse: Save Us is their second full-length Korean studio album. This is also the name of the tour, which is the second world tour for the group. This will be the first time that Dreamcatcher visits the U.S. since their Invitation from the Nightmare City tour in Dec. 2019, which consisted of five stops.
Louisville will be the third stop in this eight-stop tour. The venue can accommodate up to 2,000 people, so fans can expect a fairly intimate experience at this concert.
Fans also have the chance to participate in an event through MyMusicTaste, a K-Pop company that organizes concert tour opportunities, where they can purchase a ticket that includes a Hi-Wave meet and greet, a lenticular postcard, a tour lanyard, one set of photo cards, and a collectible tin case to protect them, all of which are exclusive to the event. A ticket to the concert is required to participate in this event. Event ticket sales will close 24 hours prior to the concert.
As the Korean wave continues to expand across the country, Kentucky K-Pop fans hope that these sold-out concerts will open up future opportunities for other Korean artists to play locally as well. Until then, fans can expect a thrilling performance from Dreamcatcher on July 3.
For tickets and more details, visit https://www.mymusictaste.com
Contributor: Emily Goldstein