Boy band TXT wraps up world tour with Seoul concert

By Kim Joo-heon Posted : December 4, 2023, 16:56 Updated : December 5, 2023, 00:42
Courtesy of Big Hit
[Courtesy of Big Hit Music]
SEOUL -- TXT (Tomorrow X Together), a five-member boy band organized by the agency of top K-pop band BTS, has completed its world tour that started in March 2023. The last concert took place at Gocheok Sky Dome, an iconic domed facility in the southwestern part of Seoul. The group has attracted some 407,000 fans through 29 concerts held in 15 cities including Los Angeles, Osaka, and Jakarta.

The brother band of BTS wrapped up its world tour at Gocheok Sky Dome on December 3, Big Hit Music said. "What makes me happy the most is that all five of us have completed this journey with our fan club 'MOA.' I was so happy during the six-month period," said TXT's Beomgyu during the last concert. Group members performed in foreign countries between March and August of this year.   

The Seoul concert was held for two days starting on December 2. TXT showcased various performances including "Happily Ever After," a track from its third studio album "The Name Chapter: FREEFALL." The album, released in October 2023, ranked third on Billboard's top 200 popular albums chart. The group has entered the Billboard 200 chart with two other albums released in 2023 -- "The Name Chapter: TEMPTATION" and "SWEET." 

In October of this year, TXT also collaborated with Crayon Shin-chan, a famous Japanese manga series. Characters of TXT members appeared in the Japanese series' special episode to teach the choreography of their R&B track "Happy Fools."

In August 2023, the boy band headlined Lollapalooza, a popular global music event held in Chicago. The five-member band participated in the global music festival along with American rapper Kendrick Lamar and Billie Eilish, an American singer-songwriter. 
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