[Photo Gallery] P1Harmony Get the Stage Blazing for P1ustage H : UTOP1A in Miami

Photo Cr. Giselle Forero

P1Harmony visited the James L. Knight Center in Miami on June 5, 2024, for their P1ustage H : UTOP1A tour. The electrifying event that left fans buzzing with excitement. The group delivered a dynamic performance filled with high-energy choreography, powerful vocals, and an engaging stage presence that captivated the audience from start to finish.

The venue itself, provided an intimate yet vibrant atmosphere that enhanced the overall concert experience. Fans appreciated the excellent acoustics and the visual effects that complemented the group's performance.

Photo Cr. Giselle Forero

The setlist featured a mix of their popular tracks, showcasing their musical versatility. Hits like "Do It Like This" and "Back Down" had the crowd singing along, while newer songs from their latest album like "Killin it"  added fresh energy to the night. Each member shined with their individual performances, contributing to a well-rounded and memorable show​.

P1Harmony Setlist James L. Knight Center, Miami, FL, USA 2024, P1ustage H : UTOP1A

Overall, P1Harmony's Miami concert proved their growing popularity and stage prowess, leaving fans eagerly anticipating their next visit to the city.

P1Harmony will perform at the Governors Ball 2024 today June 8, and continue the P1ustage H : UTOP1A tour in Oakland on June 14.  The US leg of the tour will finish up in LA on June 16. The concert will be livestreamed for those who can't be there in person. Tickets for the livestream are available here on B.Moment and other merch options are available such as exclusive selfie photo card, an album, photo card sets. Check your local time. 

July will also be packed with overseas performances with shows in Australia and KCON LA 2024

All Photography by Giselle Forero

Ciera Reeves

Ciera is the founder of KpopWise. She has been a fan of Korean pop culture since 2005 and writing about it since 2009. Her bias groups are VIXX and OnlyOneOf. She is a 2nd-3rd generation K-pop fan, but she is actively keeping up with the current artists. twitter instagram

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