TWICE surprised fans with another additional concert date as part of their world tour.
They originally started their TWICELIGHTS World Tour 2019 last May starting at the Seoul KSPO Dome.
By August of this year, the group had performed in 4 U.S. cities along with Bangkok, Manila, Singapore, and Kuala Lumpur. After a short break, they started their tour again, starting in Hokkaido on October 23.
During their Chiba concert on October 27, they made a surprise announcement that they would be adding two more concert dates to their tour. They will be meeting with fans next year on March 3 and 4 at the Tokyo Dome.
The special announcement at the end of Twicelights today – TWICE will have a Tokyo Dome concert on March 3-4th, 2020! Seems like it could be the finale concert of this tour 🎉🎉#MAMAVOTE #twice pic.twitter.com/UQP3yqjuDL
— misa •ᴗ• (@misayeon) October 27, 2019
With these additions, they will have done 17 performances in Japan, with a total of 17 cities and 27 performances, making it one of the largest-scale world tours.
TWICE has performed at the Tokyo Dome before this past March, making them one of the only K-Pop groups to perform at the Tokyo Dome in the shortest amount of time after debut.
TWICE will be releasing their second Japanese album, &TWICE, on November 20. On October 18, they pre-released the title song, “Fake & True” and topped real-time charts.