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Show Review: Omega X invites Arizona to Connect on their world tour

Omega X wants the world to know their name and the fans at Tempe’s Marquee Theatre won’t be forgetting it anytime soon. The latest wave of KPOP visited Arizona on their current tour, bringing slick dance moves and killer vocals to the desert.

While the house may not have been full, the audience understood their assignment- welcoming the 11 member group with the loudest cheers, brightest lightsticks and plenty of presents. They took the stage to an onslaught of screaming and launched right into the multilingual “Vamos” and their impossibly catchy namesake track “Omega X”. 

It was their party and we were all invited to dance and sing along. The energy and feeling behind the group’s music transcended language barriers and the fans gave every lyric their all. All of the members took time between songs to introduce themselves and express their gratitude to everyone who showed up to sing with them. They even invited one lucky (and extremely flustered) fan onstage to be serenaded- and of course took plenty of selfies to document the occasion. 

“Dry Flower” was a fan favorite as the guys flexed their incredible synchronization and tight choreography. Every fan felt seen and safe in the bubble created by the group and the show, expressing themselves freely in their carefully crafted outfits and signs for the members.

Omega X gave us almost two hours of nonstop energy, closing the night with another outfit change and getting showered with gifts during “Younger”. We’ve seen several KPOP groups grace the Marquee’s stage and these 11 gentlemen are some of the best we’ve had the pleasure to party alongside. Post-show, dozens of fans lined up for shirts and selfies, closing out another killer night with their favorites.

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Story and photos by Olivia Khiel

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