Twice added a dome tour performance due to the support of fans.
On July 23, JYP Entertainment (JYP) will perform an additional concert on the Osaka Kyocera Dome on March 20.
Twenty-four dome tours of the three existing cities will be held to show the favorable sales of tickets, I will add one performance, “he said. As a result, the Japan Dome tour of the first K-Pop Girls group, Twice, will be held on a total of 210,000 people in 5 cities in 3 cities.
Twice originally decided to go on a dome tour of three local cities and four performances including the Tokyo Dome on April 29 and the Nagoya Dome on April 6, starting from Kyocera Dome in Osaka on March 21 and Kyocera Dome 1 With the addition of the event, a total of 210,000 fans from 3 cities and 5 performances will meet.
Dome tour of Twisse is the first K-pop girl group and collects topics with the arrival of Tokyo Dome for the shortest period after debuting overseas artists. The title of the dome tour was “TWICE DOME TOUR 2019” #Dreamday “with the meaning of the stage of the dome that Dream Twice dreamed from Japan debut, dream day, dream day. It is the title which is filled with the wish that the fans can spend happy time with the fans as well as the stage that the fans have dreamed together.
On March 6th, ahead of the Dome tour, # TWICE2, the # 2 series of #TWICE, which announced the birth of the Asia One-Top Girls Group as the debut album of Twice in Japan, will be released. “#TWICE” was released on June 28, 2017 in Japan, and after the Oricon daily album chart topped 250,000 copies and sold platinum, .
‘# TWICE2’ was released in October of 2017 following the previous 10 tracks including ‘OOH-AHH’, ‘CHEER UP’, ‘TT’, ‘KNOCK KNOCK’, ‘SIGNAL’ It contains 10 tracks including ‘LIKEY’, ‘Heart Shaker’, ‘What is Love?’, ‘Dance The Night Away’, ‘Korean version of’ YES or YES ‘, and Japanese version.
The Japanese version of ‘LIKEY’ was released on May 11 at 0:00 local music and music videos, and it was proved to be hot and popular with the top of the line music top 100 charts.