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Electronic Star CIFIKA Announces Longest U.S. Tour Ever for a Korean Act

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CIFIKA, the 27-year-old electronic vocalist and producer born Yousun Cho, will make her first step into the American market this March via the CIFIKA U.S. Tour. The tour -- which will be the longest-running live dates a Korean-born artist has ever embarked in the U.S. -- launches on March 4 at the Barboza in Seattle and hits 20 cities, including San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia and New York before wrapping up in Boston on April 7.

She will also make a stop in Austin on March 16 for Korea Spotlight at SXSW 2018 and perform alongside some of Korea's top talents like Lee Hi, Hyukoh, Crush and KARD.



With a seductive falsetto over her sprawling landscape of moody, stylish electronic productions―showcased on her critically-lauded EP INTELLIGENTSIA and hit collaboration tracks "OOH AH OOH" with DUVV and jayvito, plus "MOMOM" with Oh Hyuk― the multi-talented artist has quickly commanded her position as one of the most promising acts in the music scene.



Only two years into her burgeoning music career, CIFIKA has already earned massive media attention (including features with Vice, Hypebeast and Dazed) and performed at multiple major festivals including Reeperbahn in Germany.

Despite her large underground following, CIFIKA has yet to garner mainstream awareness but aims to get one step closer with this 20-city tour and her next music project dropping in February.

Promoting company Kohai says they will announce additional dates in the next following few weeks. For tickets and more information on CIFIKA U.S. Tour, go to: https://cifika.kohai.info/

CIFIKA U.S. Tour

March 4 - Seattle, WA - Barboza

March 5 - Portland, OR - The Analog

March 7 - San Francisco, CA - Brick & Mortar Music Hall

March 9 - Los Angeles, CA - Moroccan Lounge

March 13 - El Paso, TX - Neon Rose

March 16 - Austin, TX (SXSW) - The Belmont

March 18 -Austin, TX (SXSW) - Sidewinder

March 19 - Dallas, TX - RBC

March 21 - Kansas City, MO - recordBar

March 22 - Columbia MO - Berlin City

March 23 - Chicago, IL - Virgin Hotel

March 24 - Detroit, MI - TBA

March 25 - Cleveland, OH - Beachland

March 26 - Cincinnati, OH - MOTR Pub

March 30 - Nashville, TN - Analog at Hutton Hotel

March 31 - Atlanta, GA - The Drunken Unicorn

April 2 - Raleigh/ Durham, NC - TBA

April 4 - Washington DC - Songbyrd Music House

April 5 - Philadelphia, PA - Creeps Records Store

April 6 - New York, NY - Mercury Lounge

April 7 - Boston, MA - Middle East Upstairs

Source: Billboard, Jennifer Cheng, Third Culture Kids 1, 2
mewgical 13th-Feb-2018 05:41 pm (UTC)
I'd love to see an 80 year old at a punk rock concert. I think the oldest I've ever seen is in their 40's. I shouldn't feel self conscious but it's a lot to do with my looks too.

I just feel old compared to youths in their 20's. I'm 37 so I feel old af.
revedesnuages 13th-Feb-2018 11:59 pm (UTC)
They say 30s are the new 20s, thirty, flirty, and thriving lol. I'm 25 and I don't consider 37 old at all. I just think that once you get past the initial awkwardness, everyone would focus more on the performer than anyone else.

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