NCT 127 “It’s so incredible to enter Tokyo Dome for the first time… NCTzens, thank you for allowing us to stand on the stage of our dreams”

Boy group NCT 127 re-proved their strong global power through their first dome tour in Japan.

NCT 127 held “NEO CITY: JAPAN – THE LINK” at Tokyo Dome, Japan for 2 days from May 28th to 29th.

As soon as tickets were opened, all seats were sold out. Additional seats with limited visibility were also opened thanks to explosive requests from local fans. NCT 127 mobilized a total of 100,000 spectators for 2 days.

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NCT 127 held a total of 5 dome concerts in 3 Japanese cities: Vantelin Dome Nagoya, Tokyo Dome and Kyocera Dome Osaka. On May 22nd, the Vantelin Dome Nagoya concert drew 40,000 spectators, and the May 28th~29th Tokyo Dome concert drew 100,000 spectators, reaching 140,000 spectators so far. The upcoming Kyocera Dome Osaka concert is also expected to attract attention.

In this concert, NCT 127 presented various charms by performing a total of 36 songs including hit songs such as “Sticker”, “Kick It”, “Cherry Bomb”, songs from Japanese albums such as “Gimme Gimme”, “First Love”, “Chica Bom Bom” as well as new unreleased Japanese songs such as “Colors”, “Sunny Road”… They made local fans go crazy with an amazing concert featuring unique music, powerful performances and overwhelming energy.

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NCT 127 shared their thoughts, “It’s so incredible to be able to hold NCT 127’s solo concert at Tokyo Dome, the stage of our dreams. Thank you NCTzens for allowing us to stand at Tokyo Dome, and we’ll continue to work hard in the future.”

On May 28th, Yoshiki of the legendary Japanese rock group X Japan visited the concert hall and watched the concert in person. He praised, “It was so wonderful that I couldn’t believe it was their first concert at Tokyo Dome.”

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NCT 127 will continue the heat of “NEO CITY: JAPAN – THE LINK” at Kyocera Dome Osaka on June 25th~26th after successfully completing 2 concerts at Vantelin Dome Nagoya and Tokyo Dome.

Source: Daum

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