ATEEZ Responds to US Media Demand by Hosting a Media Day


After their sold-out US tour, ATEEZ is responding to overwhelming press demand by hosting their media day.

ATEEZ recently concluded its sold-out tour dates in America, hosting over 70,000 ATINYs across stops in Chicago, Atlanta, Newark, Dallas and Los Angeles. However, the group continues to meet heavy demand from the local press, requiring a media day to accommodate any strong interests.

KQ Entertainment explained, “The energetic performances, strong live synergy, and their effort and sincerity to communicate directly in local languages ​​throughout the performance shone through. As a result, great local media interest continued, so we decided to hold a media day. »

Throughout their stay in Los Angeles, ATEEZ will be conducting interviews with various media giants. This includes the show Go to Hollywoodthe sports and pop-culture podcast The ringthe magazine teen vogueand music media company Consequence of sound.

In their recent interview with PAPER magazine, the band shared their feelings on their successful tour dates. ATEEZ shared, “It’s the first time we’ve performed in front of so many ATINYs, but it’s definitely something different. This is the first time that we have performed in front of so many ATINYs. It’s really something else. In front of the fans, the ATINYs, we just enjoy the scenes.

Additionally, ATEEZ recently revealed that they will be appearing on Live World Tour at the Grammy Museum. The live event will include a performance, an interview and a Q&A with the audience.

The group will conclude its activities with local events such as a fan panel and radio broadcasts after its media day. Such demand from the local press indicates the growing popularity of the group since their last visit.

Thereafter, ATEEZ will complete its stay in America before returning to Seoul.

Source: Star News | PAPER review

Image source: KQ Entertainment | Recording Academy/GRAMMY Museum

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