AleXa, a veteran of Produce 48 and the winner of the American Song Contest, recently performed for hundreds of her fans at the Ferst Center of the Arts in Atlanta. Her infectious K-pop/EDM hooks could only be matched by the energy she displayed on stage.
After a brief meet and greet session with some of her most dedicated AI Troopers and a perforamance by the Georgia Tech's K-pop cover dance team Seoulstice, AleXa showed off why she recently signed with United Talent Agency (UTA) -- her ability to connect with the audience was unparalleled. She often interacted directly with the crowd, either by jumping on stage and performing while walking through the crowd or by drawing a fan's future tattoo on a piece of poster board while laying down on the stage.
Performing her hits such as Wonderland, Xtra, Villain and Bomb, she also debuted two songs from her unreleased comeback album, Back in Vogue. She also covered Doja Cat's Woman, much to the surprise of her audience.
AleXa also confirmed her support of LGBTQ+ rights, proclaiming "Gay rights are human rights, too" while waving a Pride flag on stage. Near the end of the concert, she posed with the Pride flag for the stop's official group photo.
After Atlanta, AleXa continued her first ever Meet and Greet tour of the United States, with additional stops in Chicago, Oklahoma City, Houston, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Check out of some of our exclusive photos of her exciting performance!
Dojeon Media received a complimentary media pass from Studio PAV to cover this concert.
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