IVE will play Tokyo Dome, its largest venue ever


IVE will perform at the Tokyo Dome for the first time in September, the biggest venue for the girl group yet.

The group will hold two additional concerts in Japan for the group’s “Show What I Have” world tour on Sept. 4 and 5 as encores to the tour's Japanese leg, IVE’s agency, Starship Entertainment, said in a news release Monday.

The group has performed to a total of 78,000 concertgoers over the tour's six concerts in Japan, which all sold out, according to Starship Entertainment. The group held two performances each in Yokohama in November, Fukuoka in January and Osaka in February.

The “Show What I Have” tour, which kicked off in Seoul in October and will stop in 27 regions in total, is still under way. IVE wrapped up its U.S. leg of the tour with a concert in Newark on Friday and will start the European segment in Paris on June 4.

The newly added two concerts at the Tokyo Dome will be the tour’s finale. It will be IVE's first time playing a domed stadium overseas.

IVE debuted in December 2021 with its first single, “Eleven.” The Japanese version served as the theme song for Fuji TV’s “Virtual Adventure Island 2022” that aired in August of that year prior to its official release in October.

Following “Eleven,” IVE has since released digital single “Love Dive -Japanese ver.-” (2023) and EP “Wave” (2023) in Japan. “Wave” topped the Oricon Daily, Oricon Weekly and Billboard Japan Weekly Top Album Sales charts, among others, last year.

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