TWICE’s Japanese Dome Tour Announces Additional Date Due To High Popularity
TWICE continues to prove their popularity in Japan!
The girl group’s upcoming Japanese dome tour was first announced last fall, revealing that they will be the first K-pop girl group to do so and also the fastest foreign artists to perform at Tokyo Dome after debuting.
On January 23, it was confirmed that another date has been added for the tour. JYP Entertainment shared, “TWICE will be holding an additional concert at Kyocera Dome in Osaka on March 20. The ticket sales have been high for the original four concerts in three cities, so an additional concert has been added to give back for the support of fans.”
TWICE’s dome tour “#Dreamday” will now take place at Kyocera Dome on March 20-21, Tokyo Dome on March 29-30, and Nagoya Dome on April 6, adding up to a total audience of about 210,000.
Ahead of the tour, TWICE’s second Japanese “best” album “#TWICE2” is set to be released on March 6. The album will include Japanese versions of their Korean hits “Likey,” “Heart Shaker,” “What is Love?,” “Dance the Night Away,” and “YES or YES.”