Fifth Harmony are wasting no time charging on as a four-piece.
Now, they’re taking things to the next level with their first tour as a quad.
Firing up fans on Facebook this morning, the ladies announced the Asian leg of their ‘7/27 Tour.’
Asia, hope you’re ready for the #727Tour!! This is going to be our FIRST EVER ASIAN TOUR so let’s have some fun ❤️✈️
March 23rd: Okinawa, Japan
March 25: Tokyo, Japan – PopSpring
March 26: Kobe, Japan – PopSpring
March 31st: Hong Kong
April 1st: Taipei, Taiwan
April 5th: Manila, Philippines
April 7th: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
April 8th: Singapore
The trek is, of course, in support of the group’s sophomore album ‘7/27,’ which birthed global smash ‘Work From Home’ and summer sizzler ‘All In My Head (Flex).’
Previous legs of the tour included North America, South America, and Europe.
We’re all the way “here” for this.
In today’s era of “keep it moving,” they don’t have the luxury of disappearing and coming back “rebranded.” There’s literally no time for that.
This allows them to hone their craft with their new setup, ascertain who’ll sing what, and gel as a refreshed line-up ahead of promised new music later this year.