South Korean band, W24, have just wrapped up a successful three-day tour in the United Kingdom that kicked off in London, stopped in Birmingham, and ended in Manchester. The highly-anticipated event was attended by the groups EVERY (W24’s fanbase) who were beyond excited to meet and see Howon, Aaron, Jonggil, and Yunsoo perform live. Hosted by FrontRow Global Limited and W24’s management, JARMY Entertainment, the audience was treated to amazing performances of the group’s tracks as well as cover songs of BTS’ “Fake Love” and Ed Sheeran’s “Bad Habits,” which the band rearranged themselves. For one of the tour stops, W24 performed a whopping 20 songs, excluding the encore and sing-along with fans portion!
According the managing director, Wook Kim, “It was a huge success as some fans came all the way from Paris, France and they participated in all the 3 cities’ concerts. Some of the attendees cried after their performances as they understood the Korean lyrics. It was very warm-hearted and they were touched by the songs which W24 wrote themselves.” A big part of the tour’s success is thanks to FrontRow Global Limited’s “The Director” app which focuses on promotional efforts, management of individual artists and venue space, as well as communication services. The app most recently collaborated with international names such as Ross Butler and Kolleen Park for the 2022 Seoul POPCON.
Stay tuned for more updates on W24 and if you haven’t checked out Arambulo Live’s interview with the band, be sure to watch it down below!