Stray Kids Headed Back to USA After Successfully Wrapping up its Asia Tour in Manila

K-pop boy group Stray Kids is once again back for the second time around for their remaining stops before their encore at the Banc of California Stadium on March 31 and April 2.

Manila was filled with thunderous noise as Stray Kids filled the Mall of Asia Arena last March 11–12 for their 2nd World Tour: Maniac in Manila. Filipino STAYs are over the moon as the group gave them an extraordinary auditory and visual experience as they narrate who Stray Kids is with their setlist.

Fans were even more delighted when Bangchan, the leader of the group, serenaded them with an OPM hit, "Ikaw," by an OPM legend, Yeng Constantino, as the song is usually used in weddings.

Although prior to their Manila leg, members Han and Seungmin showed symptoms of enteritis, which caused Han to sit throughout the first day, he immediately bounced back on the second day.

After finally ending their Asia tour, the group is finally back in the USA for their rescheduled Atlanta and Fort Worth shows that were supposed to happen in July 2022.

Stray Kids has been on tour for almost a year for their Maniac World Tour, which kicked off in Seoul last April, and is scheduled to have an encore at the Banc of California Stadium.

2023 will be as hectic as 2022 was for the group, as they are also rumored to have a new album release in April following their latest Japanese release, The Sound.

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Thea Templanza

A broadcasting student trying to finish her degree while taking freelance writing on the side, Thea has been interested in K-pop since she was in high school, and now she's turning her interest and hobby into something productive. While EXO is her ultimate group, she's currently delving into Stray Kids and enjoying K-pop in general.

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