DPR Regime World Tour 2022 already SOLD OUT! 9/30 show at The Fillmore Mpls



The independent artist-run label/music collective Dream Perfect Regime (DPR) has just embarked on a massive international tour. They’re on the Americas leg now and will be bringing the Regime World Tour 2022 to The Fillmore Minneapolis on Friday, September 30th. Doors open at 7pm, show at 8pm. Tickets are SOLD OUT! But it looks like there are some resale options still available HERE

Formed in 2015, DPR is based out of Seoul and self-identifies as a “multi-genre music and video group.” The collective’s founding collaborators – DPR LIVE, DPR CREAM, DPR IAN, and DPR REM – all have close connections to the South Korean pop music industry, but came together to focus on their own creative visions. 


Together, they’re developing an extensive and eclectic catalog of songs and music videos. DPR IAN (Christian Yu)’s releases over the past two years have been especially dark and fantastical – see the new 7+min video for his solo works: ‘SERAPH | 1 SHOT | MOOD | RIBBON | OFFICIAL MIITO MOVIE (PART I)’. And Rolling Stone Australia has a nice feature on his recent work: The Mythology of DPR IAN: Korean-Australian Idol to Pop World Creator 



DPR members also partnered with 88 Rising (another creative music and video collective based in the U.S.) to contribute the song ‘Diamonds + and Pearls’ to the soundtrack for Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021) featuring some mad Beatles-esqe harmonies.


We’re expecting to see DPR LIVE, DPR IAN, and DPR CREAM on stage at The Fillmore Minneapolis. And if ticket sales are any indication, it looks like lots of folks are looking forward t0 coming out and supporting these young, innovative artists on the 30th!


Updated list of stops on the DPR – The Regime World Tour 2022 – Americas, below: 

9/08  – Charlotte, The Fillmore Charlotte

9/10  – Orlando, House of Blues

9/11  – Hollywood, FL, Hard Rock Live

9/19 – Atlanta, The Eastern

9/21 – Washington D.C. Echostage (formerly: Silver Spring, The Fillmore Silver Spring)

9/23 – Boston, Roadrunner (formerly: Royale)

9/24 – New York, The Hammerstein Ballroom

9/25 – Toronto, Rebel

9/26 – Montreal, L’Olympia (formerly: Club Soda)

9/28 – Chicago, Radius (formerly: House of Blues) 

9/30 – Minneapolis, The Fillmore Minneapolis

10/02 – Calgary, MacEwan Hall

10/04 – Vancouver, Harbour Convention Centre

10/05 – Seattle, Paramount Theatre (formerly: Showbox SoDo) 

10/07 – San Francisco, The Warfield

10/08 – Los Angeles, Shrine Expo Hall

10/09  – Las Vegas, Theater at Virgin Hotel

10/13 – Mexico City, Pepsi Center WTC (formerly (Auditorio BB) 

10/16 – São Paulo, Audio

10/18 – Santiago, Teatro Canpolicán

10/18  – Lima, Plaza Arena 

10/23 – Austin, Emo’s Austin (date changed from 9/15)

10/24 – Dallas, South Side Ballroom (date changed from 9/17 House of Blues)

10/26 – Houston, Bayou Music Center (date changed from 9/16 House of Blues)