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TXT is embarking on their first Japan dome tour since their debut

TXT is embarking on their first Japan dome tour since their debut.

Tomorrow X Together announced through their official SNS the news of their “TOMORROW X TOGETHER WORLD TOUR <ACT : PROMISE> IN JAPAN”. “ACT : PROMISE IN JAPAN” will kick off on July 10-11 at Tokyo Dome, followed by shows on July 27-28 at Kyocera Dome Osaka, August 4-5 at Marine Messe Fukuoka, and September 14-15 at PayPay Dome Fukuoka, spanning 8 concerts across 4 cities in Japan.

This dome tour in Japan is a first for Tomorrow X Together. As part of their second world tour “ACT : SWEET MIRAGE”, they held their debut dome concert at Kyocera Dome Osaka in July last year. Now, with their upcoming “ACT : PROMISE” world tour, they will showcase an even larger scale of performances, including Tokyo Dome among the four major domes in Japan.

Through a video message, Tomorrow X Together expressed gratitude, saying, “The dream of having a Japan dome tour is thanks to all the MOAs (fandom name) who always send us great support,” and added, “Let’s spend a hot summer together and create many unforgettable memories.”

Tomorrow X Together’s third world tour “ACT : PROMISE” will kick off from May 3-5 at KSPO DOME in Seoul. They will then meet fans in 8 cities across the United States, starting from Tacoma on May 14, followed by Oakland on May 18, Los Angeles on May 21-22, Houston on May 26, Atlanta on May 29, New York on June 1-2, Rosemont on June 5-6, and Washington D.C. on June 8. The tour’s official website teases “MORE TO COME”, raising curiosity among global fans about where Tomorrow X Together will visit next after Seoul, North America, and Japan.

Meanwhile, Tomorrow X Together’s mini 6th album “minisode 3: TOMORROW”, released on April 1, topped the weekly physical album chart of Hanteo (for the period of April 1-7). This album also achieved impressive rankings on the UK Official Charts announced on May 5, reaching 8th place on the Official Album Download Chart, 7th place on the Official Independent Album Breakers Chart, and 35th place on the Official Independent Album Chart, setting new personal records for the team on each of these charts.

Listen to TXT’s “Deja Vu” here!

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