SEVENTEEN Sells Out All Stops For First Japanese Dome Tour In One Single Day

Selling out more than one dome in a day? Their power is no joke.

In Japan, there are two idol groups that are always at the peak of their popularity. One of them is none other than SEVENTEEN.

Following the release of their Japanese song “Fallin’ Flower”, general tickets for their first-ever Japanese dome tour went on sale.

Slated to perform at the Seibu MetLife Dome, Tokyo Dome, Fukuoka PayPay Dome, and Kyocera Dome Osaka, the group and Carats alike were in for a major surprise when all the tickets reportedly sold out.

Since all of the domes can hold massive amounts of people, ranging from thirty thousand to the biggest one topping fifty-five thousand, it’s an important milestone for SEVENTEEN to achieve.

It’s made all the more special for them and fans because their first concert had less than a fraction of it, starting with twenty seats and not even reaching one thousand fans at the time.

Congratulations to SEVENTEEN on the successful start to their first Japanese dome tour. Check out their lastest song here.

Source: Billboard Japan
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