Seventeen ends Japan leg of world tour 'Follow' after attracting over 510,000 fans

Boy band Seventeen performs during its Fukuoka concert. [PLEDIS ENTERTAINMENT, HYBE JAPAN]

Seventeen wrapped up the Japanese leg of its world tour "Follow" on Sunday after attracting over 510,000 concertgoers over 12 concerts held at major domes in five cities in Japan.

The tour ended with two concerts over the weekend at Fukuoka PayPay Dome, which 80,000 fans attended over the two days.

During their Fukuoka concerts, the band's members said they were happy to meet fans in Fukuoka again after their last visit in 2019, adding they had been waiting to perform at the venue to meet Carat.

Carat is the band's official fan club.

The concerts were also streamed live worldwide in 66 countries on over 1,500 theater screens on the first day of the concerts.

The band's "The City" event, a project that hosts diverse events across a specific region for its fans to enjoy, was held in all five cities it visited, which include Tokyo, Saitama, Nagoya, Osaka and Fukuoka.

Mirai Tower and Sunshine Sakae's Ferris wheel in Nagoya were covered with Seventeen's images, and a special subway train was also operated.

It also partnered with a Japanese airline, Star Flyer, covering one of its planes with an image of the band.

The band is set to perform in Bangkok, Thailand, on Saturday and Sunday, followed by Bulacan, Philippines and Macao.

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