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The boy band Seventeen made history over the weekend when they became only the second K-pop act ever to perform at the Nissan Stadium in Japan.

Known as the “dream stage” for many artists, the Nissan Stadium in Kanagawa is Japan’s largest concert hall. TVXQ performed at the venue in 2013.

The performances at Nissan Stadium were the culmination of the group’s “Seventeen Tour ‘Follow’ Again”, which had eight concerts at two venues each in Korea and Japan.

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

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

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From The Kpoppie Newsroom

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