KARD Is Coming To Europe!

Source: KARD Official Facebook Page
Source: KARD Official Facebook Page


That’s right! The most dynamic coed kpop group since AkMu announced that they are coming to Europe! Five cities on five dates in September, four amazing artists known to the world as KARD, will make their first headline tour across the European continent. The group announced the tour on their Official SNS sites at the end of June and the comment sections exploded with excitement and celebration!

Where and when?

The European portion of the Wild KARD Tour will kick off in London, England on the first of September at ULU Live, with tickets ranging from 40 to 115 pounds. Next stop on the tour is Lisbon, Portugal on the third at the SALA Time Out where you can get admission for 50 to 135 Euros. On the fifth of September, they hit SALA BUT in Madrid, Spain for the same price as Lisbon. Their show on the eighth, in Milan, Italy at the Magazzini Generali, is also the same price, as well as the final stop in Europe at the Annabel in Rotterdam, Netherlands on the tenth.

What are the Ticket Package Options?

Each of the cities offer three package options, Ultimate KARD, Wild KARD and, General Admission. The Ultimate package is 115 pounds (135 euros) and includes priority early entry, hi touch and a group photo. With the Wild KARD package you get early entry and hi touch for 85 pounds (105 euros). Otherwise, for 45 pounds (50 euros) you can get General Admission tickets. All of the packages at most of the venues are standing only so be sure to wear some comfortable shoes.


How do you get tickets?

Tickets will go on sale on the tenth of August and each city’s ticket sales will be different. Some early purchase and discount options are available. Complete details can be found in their post on their Facebook page. While you are there, show them your support by following their page.

The author: Robert Marsh

Crazy American soldier who fell in love with the beautiful country, culture, and people of Korea. I started to learn more of the language and culture before I discovered kpop and kdrama
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