TWICE 'III' CONCERT IS OFFICIALLY RECORD SHATTERING
TWICE is always right on point.
The members of TWICE proved themselves as international superstars by wrapping up a record-breaking tour.
TWICE reunited with their fans this past month, the first time in two years after their 2019 North American tour 'TWICELIGHTS,' and this time, TWICE performed as a full band, with all nine members on stage. The North American leg of the girl group's fourth world tour, 'III, drew a whopping 100,000 fans, shattering an incredible record.
TWICE's long-awaited concert tour in the United States has now surpassed all previous records, becoming the most-attended North American tour by a Korean girl group. The previous record was held by BLACKPINK's 'In Your Area,' which drew over 75,000 fans during the tour's North American leg. TWICE also hold the third-highest-attended tour, 'TWICELIGHTS,' which took place in 2019 and drew approximately 35,000 fans. Additionally, TWICE joined BTS as the only Korean acts to sell over 100,000 tickets in North America during their tour dates.
TWICE's fourth world tour, 'III,' featured five North American dates between February 15 and 27 in Los Angeles, Oakland, Dallas, Atlanta, and New York.