Big Planet Made, the agency behind the girl group Viviz, announced Monday that the group will perform in 24 cities around the world in their first world tour, “V.hind Love and Tears,” starting in June.

The girl group’s first tour will begin with two concerts in Seoul on June 1 and 2. The tour then moves to Taiwan on June 9, Hong Kong on July 5 and 21 cities across the United States. Exact dates for the US tour have not yet been announced.

Viviz has made headlines with his 2023 hit ‘Maniac’, which has climbed back up the charts this year after going viral on short-form video platforms like TikTok and Instagram’s Reels.

Tickets for the Seoul concert go on sale to members of the fan club on Tuesday at 19:00 and to the general public on Friday at 19:00.

[VR] VIVIZ (비비지) – ‘PULL UP’ MV (Simulated VR 3D)
VIVIZ (비비지) – ‘Untie’ Performance Video

Who Are VIVIZ?

VIVIZ (Korean: 비비지, Japanese: ビビジ) is a three-member girl group under the BPM Entertainment label. They made their debut on 9th February 2022 with the mini album Beam of Prism. “VIVIZ” is short for “VIVId dayZ” and means that the group will become artists who confidently express their colours to the world.

On 6 October 2021, it was announced that former GFRIEND members Eunha, SinB and Umji had signed under BPM Entertainment to make their debut as a three-member group. Two days later, 2021 announced their group name through their visual film. On 12 October, it was announced that the group would be joining K-pop platform UNIVERSE on the 15th. Two days later, VIVIZ held their first scheduled activity for the 2022 S/S ULKIN LSD collection at Seoul Fashion Week.

On 14 January, BPM Entertainment announced that the group would debut in February. On 24 January, a coming soon teaser was posted on the company’s Twitter account, confirming their debut with their first mini album Beam of Prism. The album was released on 9 February with “Bop Bop!” as the title track.

On 21 February, Mnet announced that the group would be participating in their reality show Queendom 2, which began airing on 31 March.

On 20 April, BPM announced that VIVIZ were preparing to fully enter the US market after recently signing with an American label and working on contracts with agents, promoters and publishers. As part of their pre-debut plans, BPM revealed that the group would be collaborating with Belgian DJ Yves V on a remix version of “Bop Bop!”, which was released on 28 April.

On 23 June, a “coming soon” teaser was posted on the group’s social media accounts, revealing that the group would be releasing their second mini-album, Summer Vibe, on 6 July.

On 8 July, The Unit Label announced that they would no longer be managing VIVIZ’s US activities due to various problems and management issues.

On 5 January, Xports News reported that VIVIZ would be making a comeback at the end of January, and later that day BPM confirmed the reports, adding that the group were in the final stages of preparation. On 9 January, the group announced their third mini-album, Various, to be released on 31 January.

On 11 October, the group released a schedule poster for their fourth mini-album, Versus, which was set to be released in November.

From The Kpoppie Newsroom