Seventeen caps concerts for 144,000 fans at Japan's Nissan Stadium

Seventeen became the second K-pop group to perform at Nissan Stadium. The stadium is Japan's largest concert hall and called a ″dream stage″ by many artists. [PLEDIS ENTERTAIMENT]

Boy band Seventeen made history over the weekend, becoming the second ever K-pop act to perform at Japan's Nissan Stadium.

Nissan Stadium in Kanagawa is Japan's largest concert hall and is called a "dream stage" for many artists. TVXQ performed at the venue in 2013.

The Nissan Stadium performances wrapped up the “Seventeen Tour ‘Follow’ Again,” which was comprised of eight concerts across two venues each in Korea and Japan.

The Korean leg of the tour kicked off in Incheon Asiad Main Stadium on March 30 and 31 and continued to Seoul World Cup Stadium on April 27 and 28. The Japanese part of the tour started in Yanmar Stadium Nagai in Osaka on May 18 and 19 and concluded in Nissan Stadium on Saturday and Sunday.

Seventeen attracted an audience of 144,000 for its concerts at Nissan Stadium, according to its agency, Pledis Entertainment. The boy band attracted approximately 110,000 fans for its Yanmar Stadium Nagai concerts. Seats for the Japanese concerts were sold through a lottery system, and more than 2.8 million applications for tickets were received.

The concert was part of “Seventeen Tour ‘Follow’ Again,” which was comprised of eight concerts across two venues each in Korea and Japan. [PLEDIS ENTERTAINMENT]

A total of 380,000 people attended the Korea and Japan tour dates.

The second concert of "Seventeen Tour 'Follow' Again" at Nissan Stadium was held on Sunday. It also celebrated the ninth anniversary of Seventeen's debut.

"Many things have changed over the past nine years, but our love for the stage and our fans, Carat, has not,” Seventeen said. “We will be there with Carat and grow together. Thank you for making our dreams come true one by one. We'll be with you on your way to your dreams as well."

The set list for the tour included a performance of Seventeen's mega hit "Super" (2023). The boy band also performed hit songs such as "Don Quixote" (2022), "Clap" (2017), "Don't Wanna Cry" (2017) "F*ck My Life," "Left & Right" (2020) and "God of Music " (2023), as well as Japanese versions of "Rock with you" (2021), "HOME;RUN" (2020), "Run to You" (2018) and "Together" (2020).

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