Kpop girl group Dreamcatcher has kicked off a splendid tour in Europe, starting with their concert in Berlin, Germany.
On November 14th, Dreamcatcher (JiU, SuA, Siyeon, Handong, Yoohyeon, Dami, Gahyeon), held a concert in Berlin, Germany, official beginning the Europe leg of their “DREAMCATCHER [Apocalypse: Follow us] 2022 World Tour”.
At the concert, Dreamcatcher captivated the audience by performing their recently released songs “VISION” and “MAISON”. Then, they delivered outstanding stages for “BEcause” and “Red Sun”, proving explosive popularity in the local area with enthusiastic cheers from fans.
Fans also got to enjoy solo performances of each member’s self-composed song, from JiU’s “Cherry”, SuA’s “No Dot”, Siyeon’s “Entrancing”, Handong’s “Winter”, Yoohyeon’s “For”, and Dami’s “Beauty Full”, to Gahyeon’s “Playground”, which all boasted their different personalities.
At the same time, Dreamcatcher created a variety of moods, running from ballads to rhythmic band sounds with tracks such as “Rainy Day”, “Jazz Bar”, “Poison Love”, “Break The Wall”, “Locked Inside A Door”. They also delivered capturing performances through the stages of “Odd Eye”, ”Scream”, “Wind Blows”, and “BOCA”, truly satisfying the eyes and ears of global InSomnia (official fandom of Dreamcatcher).
In their ment, Dreamcatcher said, “We came to Europe for the first time in 3 years, and went on stage with the intention of having fun with fans. We hope everyone enjoys the concert without regrets as it has been a long time since we met, and we will always show you a stage where we do our best.”
In June, Dreamcatcher finished the US leg of their world tour with concerts in 8 cities, including New York, Pennsylvania, Louisville, and Chicago. The group not only sold out all seats in many cities including Los Angeles, but also achieved a ticket sales rate of 92% for all performances, expanding their career.
After their performance in Berlin, Dreamcatcher will continue their European tour with stops in Tilburg (Netherlands), Warsaw (Poland), London (England), and Paris (France).