South Korean rappers Mad Clown and San E announce their upcoming North American Tour, We Want You. Covering cities from coast to coast, which includes Los Angeles, Dallas, Chicago, Atlanta and New York, the 20 plus date tour will be one of the most extensive K-pop tour in America since Wonder Girls. Click here for more ticket info. Supported by Sobae and DJ Juice, the tour is bringing the most exciting names from overseas to the US mainstream.

Mad Clown achieved his initial mainstream success with his 2013 hit, “Stupid In Love” with Soyou, which landed number one on the Gaon Music Chart and won the “Song of the Year” award from the South Korean Gaon Chart Music Awards. Since then he has landed five more number one hits, including his 2017 single “Lost Without You” feat. Bolbbalgan4. Following his initial breakthrough he has cultivated a dedicated fan base by releasing several EPs, most recently the Love is a Dog From Hell EP, and becoming an influencer in South Korea’s booming music landscape. He was featured as celebrity guest on South Korean hip-hop shows, including Show Me The Money and High School Rapper, and he has received several Gaon Chart and MelOn Music Awards for his writing and performance. San E has earned similar prestige having won the Korean Music Awards’ “Best Rap & Hip Hop Song” award and earning the nickname “Rap Genius.” He has ten Top 10 singles on the Gaon Music Chart, most recently his 2017 hit “Mohae” feat. Bolbbalgan4. The Mad Clown, San E duo have already collaborated on tracks including “Sour Grapes” and “Lonely Animals”, proving their artistic chemistry and ability to deliver a captivating performance.

Mad Clown & San E TOUR DATES :

April 05 – Atlanta, GA – Ibiza

April 06 – New York City, NY – Highline Ballroom

April 07 – Washington, DC – Howard Theatre

April 08 – Cleveland, OH – Grog Shop

April 10 – Pittsburgh, PA – August Wilson Center

April 11 – Tallahassee, FL – Club Downunder

April 12 – Tampa, FL – Orpheum

April 13 – Oxford, OH – Miami Univ Hall Auditorium

April 14 – Providence, RI – Rhode Island School of Design Auditorium

April 15 – Cambridge, MA – Middle East

April 19 – Seattle, WA – Crocodile

April 20 – Los Angeles, CA – Union

April 21 – Oakland, CA – Complex Oakland

April 25 – San Antonio, TX – Jack Rabbit

April 26 – Dallas, TX – Trees

April 27 – Champaign, IL – City Center

April 28 – Madison, WI – University Of Wisconsin Gordon Event Center

April 29 – Chicago, IL – Park West

May 01 – Durham, NC – Motorco

More shows to be announced.

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