Alexa holds concerts in six U.S. cities, from New York to LA
Alexa holds concerts in six U.S. cities, from New York to LA
Singer Alexa, who recently released a new American song, will hold concerts in six local cities.

AleXa will begin her US tour concert 'Sick of you US Tour' starting in New York on the 29th (local time). After a grand opening in New York, it will travel to Chicago on the 31st, Atlanta on April 2, Tulsa on the 4th, Texas on the 5th, and end in Los Angeles (LA) on the 7th.

The concert title 'Sick of you' is an extension of the new song title 'Sick' that Alexa released in the US on February 23rd. 'Sick' is a song about the process of a speaker who feels unworthy of receiving the love and confidence given by others, and discovers his own value.

Alexa reflected the meaning of healing and growth contained in the new song in the concert and prepared a corner for counseling on dating and concerns. Before the concert, audience members write down their love advice and concerns on notes, and Alexa will read the advice and concerns written in the notes during the performance, and communicate and sympathize with them by talking to them.

The proprietary performance cannot be left out. Alexa, known as the 'little giant on stage', prepared a powerful performance with dance songs released so far, including the song 'Wonderland', which won the 2022 NBC 'American Song Contest (ASC)'. There are also stages that touch the heart, such as the emotional ballad 'Juliet' and the new song 'Sick' released in June of last year.

After winning the 'American Song Contest', Alexa was invited to perform as a performer at world-class sporting events such as the US Major League Baseball (MLB), the US National Basketball Association (NBA), and the world's four major tennis tournaments, the US Open. She also performed at the US's largest year-end festival 'iHeartRadio' They also appeared on the ‘Jingle Ball Tour (iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour)’ stage. Its true value is expected to be confirmed during this tour.

Alexa's US tour, which will further develop its global presence, begins in New York on the 29th.

Reporter Junho Yoon, Ten Asia translated by google