Super Camp

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Super Camp
World tour by Super Junior
Super Junior Super Camp.jpg
Promotion poster for Super Camp
Associated album Devil
Start date 19 September 2015 (2015-09-19)
No. of shows 12 in Asia
4 in North America
1 in South America
17 in total
Super Junior concert chronology

Super Camp is the first fan meeting tour by South Korean boy band Super Junior, in support of their 10th anniversary studio album, Devil. The fan meeting tour originally started as a 10th anniversary special event with the first show on September 19, 2015 in Seoul at Korea University Hwajung Gymnasium.[1]

The fan meeting tour continues through other countries in Asia such as Japan, China and Thailand. In 2016, tour dates in the United States, Mexico and Chile were announced.[2] The Los Angeles and New York City shows mark the group’s first solo shows in the United States since its 2005 debut. However, on June 9, Dreammaker Entertainment, the production company responsible for bringing “Super Camp” to the West, announced the cancellation of the shows in Los Angeles, New York, and Santiago. Both Dreammaker Entertainment and SM Entertainment has not made any official clarification about the cancellation of the US and Chile shows.

Members Eunhyuk, Donghae and Siwon only appeared in the Seoul stop of the fan meeting tour due to their mandatory military enlistment service for South Korea.

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
September 19, 2015 Seoul South Korea Korea University Hwajung Gymnasium
January 8, 2016 Tokyo Japan Ariake Coliseum
January 9, 2016
January 10, 2016
February 13, 2016 Taipei Taiwan Xinzhuang Gymnasium
February 14, 2016
February 27, 2016 Beijing China Beijing Workers' Gymnasium
March 5, 2016 Shanghai China Shanghai Grand Stage
March 19, 2016 Bangkok Thailand Thunder Dome Muangthong Thani
May 28, 2016 Macau Macau Studio City Event Center
June 10, 2016 Osaka Japan Intex Osaka
June 11, 2016
North America
July 3, 2016 Monterrey Mexico Arena Monterrey
July 5, 2016 Mexico City Mexico City Arena



  1. ^ Jeon, Su Mi. "Super Junior's Super Camp Ends on High Note". Retrieved 22 May 2016. 
  2. ^ "Dream Maker Ent". Retrieved 22 May 2016. 

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