Twice on tour
The South Korean nine-girl dream team is touring! Twice tickets will be in high demand for the legions of adoring fans. Formed in 2015, the girl group shot to fame in 2016 with their song "Cheer Up" which became the best-performing single of the year on the Gaon Digital Chart, the song also won two awards for Song of the Year. Twice then released their debut album #Twice which contained both Korean and Japanese versions of their hits. Want to see them live? Buy your Twice tickets quickly to avoid disappointment.
2017 has already been a mega year for Twice as their music video for single "TT" hit 100 million views just three days into the year. This actually beat Twice's own record of the fastest K-pop record to reach the figure with their infamous record "Cheer Up". Twice ticket holders can also expect some of the group's original dance/hip hop tracks like "Must Be Crazy" and "Do It Again" that resulted in the intial surge of fans flocking to Twice events.
Making that first big step out of South Korea is crucial for any successful K-pop group. So don't think that the performances in Seoul early in the year will be the extent of their yearly endeavours for one moment. The group performed a massive concert in Singapore as well as in Bangkok. Now, with concerts planned in Japan in January and February 2018, fans from across Asia will be able to see the girls perform in concert. Keep your eyes peeled for more news as Japan is surely just one stop on what will surely be a busy 2018 for Twice.
Twice: Why All the Fuss?
So why do these nine women receive so much attention for their music? Well, certainly natural talent plays a huge role. JYP Entertainment decided at a very early stage that Twice would be the first female group endorsed by the huge name K-pop since 2010. Audiences also feel a certain sense of involvement with the group as it was actually fans watching the competition-survival show Sixteen that selected the 8th member of the group Tzuyu. The group itself also represents the whole region as five members of the group hail from South Korea, three from Japan and Tzuyu comes from Taiwan.
Twice are also well-known for their performances and their ability to put on a show and entertain audiences in addition to their vocal talent. Want to see Twice perform live? Make sure you buy your Twice tickets promptly!
If can't get enough of the sound that is taking over the music industry, there are loads of other K-Pop groups you'll love! BIGBANG are one of the biggest K-Pop boy bands around today and G-Dragon regularly performs solo tours around the world. Or why not see the group that have been named "the biggest boy band in the world" EXO?