K-pop legend and international phenom THE RAIN (Jung Ji-hoon) is making his return to the United States with the highly anticipated STILL RAINING tour. The US leg of the tour includes two stops: November 22, 2023, at the Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena in Atlantic City and November 25, 2023 at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas. RAIN, one of the world’s most influential K-pop stars in the 21st century, was Time’s 100 Most Influential in 2006 and 2011 and has won multiple awards in both music and acting all across Asia.
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Tickets will be available starting September 26, 2023, with presales for IEM Inc. and Infinite Prospects Entertainment subscribers. General ticket sales will begin on September 28, 2023, at 10 AM ET. For ticketing information, visit www.IEMShowplace.com.
STILL RAINING will be THE RAIN’s first tour since 2016 and his first concert in the US in almost 15 years. Set to shower fans with an awe-inspiring concert, THE RAIN will continue to showcase his signature K-pop flair but with a reimagined artistic vision. Through a blend of heart-pounding beats, entrancing melodies, and dazzling visuals, THE RAIN is poised to surprise and satisfy not only his long-standing fans who have waited many years to see him perform live on stage but also those who may just be getting introduced to THE RAIN’s musical career and achievements.
“The STILL RAINING tour has been a labor of love. Every song, every set, every costume is a piece of my heart that I’m excited to share.” said THE RAIN. “I want the audience to feel the same passion and dedication that went into creating this experience.“
“THE RAIN’s return to the stage is a monumental event in the world of entertainment. His ability to seamlessly blend music, dance, and storytelling is second to none.” said Yee Leung, President of IEM Inc. “STILL RAINING is going to be an incredible concert!”
“We are so thrilled to bring THE RAIN back to the US market. The STILL RAINING tour will be a concert for the ages, and we’re excited for US K-pop fans to (re)unite with a true K-pop legend.” said Alex Kang, CEO of Infinite Prospects Entertainment.