Stray Kids' second world tour in Japan

  • 이소연 |2022.08.02 15:33
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tray Kids' second world tour in Japan has been successfully completed and 60,000 spectators gathered to meet the group. 

The group Stray Kids successfully held their first local concert in Japan with a total of 60,000 audiences for 6 episodes.

As part of their second world tour 'Stray Kids 2nd World Tour "MANIAC", Stray Kids held 6 performances in Kobe and Tokyo, Japan and met with local fans. It opened its doors in Kobe on June 11 and 12, and continued its heat from June 18 to 19 and July 26 to 27 to Tokyo.

Expectations for this concert were high as it was Stray Kids' first face-to-face solo concert held about two years and three months after their official debut in Japan. The ticket sold out all rounds within 5 minutes of the start of the general reservation, and boasted high popularity, such as additionally opening limited-view seats for all performances thanks to the support.

They finished their Japan tour with two performances held at Tokyo National Yoyogi Stadium 1st Gymnasium on July 26th and 27th. This performance was broadcast live online for a fee on 7 local streaming platforms such as ABEMA, Zaiko, and Hulu on the 26th, and on the 27th, the last day, it was broadcast live online through the Beyond LIVE platform simultaneously.

In addition, it was screened as a live viewing at movie theaters nationwide for two days, spending a meaningful time with more fans. A rich set list including the group's representative song medley and Japanese original songs, including the title song 'MANIAC' of the album 'ODDINARY', which ranked at the top of the US Billboard's main chart 'Billboard 200' It captivated the fans' hearts with its dynamic performance and splendid stage production.

Written by Ahn Yoon Ji
Translated by Lee So Yun

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