Update: This article was updated with information about when tickets for MIRROR’s concert tour go on sale.

Hong Kong boy band MIRROR has revealed the schedule for their upcoming, ‘Mirror Feel The Passion Concert Tour 2024 Hong Kong’, consisting of 16 shows at the AsiaWorld-Expo Arena between January 15 and February 3, 2024. The shows, which will all begin at 8.15pm, will take place on the following dates:

  • January 15-17
  • January 19-22
  • January 24-27
  • January 29-31
  • February 2-3

The ticket prices will be HK$680, HK$1,080, and HK$1,480. MIRROR fans, also called Miro, will get priority before public tickets go on sale. Fans of the 12-member band who can’t be at the shows in-person can purchase Stream Tickets. Tickets go on sale at 10am on December 20.

MIRROR’S label, MakerVille, also announced the arrangements for people who bought tickets for shows of the 2022 ‘Mirror We Are’ concert series that were cancelled when two of the band’s dancers were injured in an onstage accident. Those who applied for redemption will be issued tickets for one of the following days: January 15-17, January 19-22, January 24-26, and February 3. The new tickets will be sent via an email from Cityline by November 22, 2023, with seating assigned according to the price of the previously purchased tickets.

As part of the band’s fifth anniversary celebrations, they have released new additions to their ‘Baby Mirror’ series, which includes the ‘Blessing Baby Mirror’ at The ONE and the ‘Sleeping Baby Mirror’ at Windsor House that can both be viewed from December 1, 2023-January 14, 2024.

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Keep an eye on MIRROR’s official concert website and social media channels to know when the tickets go on sale.

Header image credits: MIRROR via Facebook

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