TWICE marked the start of its dome tour, starting with Kyocera Dome in Osaka, Japan.
TWICE opened the colorful curtain of its first dome tour since its debut in
Japan on June 28, 2017, under the title "TWICE DOME TOUR 2019
"#Dreamday" at Kyocera Dome on Tuesday.
The title of the dome tour describes the stage of the dome that TWICE has
dreamed of since its debut in Japan, the day it was dreamed of, and the
day it was a dream come true.
In particular, the dome tour drew much attention from K-pop girl group's
first debut in the history of overseas artists, including its entry into
the Tokyo Dome for the shortest period. Originally scheduled to perform
four times, one more performance at Kyocera Dome was added due to
enthusiastic response from fans, and it proved its reputation as an
"Asian one-top girl group" by selling the previous session about a
minute after the opening of general ticket reservation.
Kyocera Dome was packed with fans who wanted to buy TWICE's Goods from the
morning. And to accommodate more fans who want to see TWICE's first dome
tour performance, it even opened a balcony to draw attention.
TWICE opened the curtain on its performance by presenting its Korean debut
song "Like OOH-AHH" as a Japanese version and also its first single "One
More Time" in Japan as its opening.
It was a much-loved hit parade by local fans, where TWICE and the audience
were united. Twice played on stage and the audience played together in
the audience's seats. Jihyo was delighted that the tour was TWICE's
first dome tour, while Tzuyu exclaimed, "It's really a big concert
hall." Chaeyoung expressed her appreciation to ONCE, saying, "I really
appreciate you guys.
The dome tour, which features a variety of attractions and TWICE's dreams, will be
followed by three cities on Monday to the Kyocera Dome, the Tokyo Dome
on April 29 and 30 and the Nagoya Dome on April 6 for five performances.
Prior to the dome tour, TWICE topped the Oricon Daily Album Chart for the
seventh consecutive day with its new album "#TWICE2," which was released
on June 6, and its own record of more than 200,000 Oricon points in the
first week of release for the first time since its debut in Japan.