TOMORROW X TOGETHER releases trailer for world tour… Enters full-fledged countdown.

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TOMORROW X TOGETHER announced that all seats for their Seoul concert, which marks the beginning of their second world tour, “TOMORROW X TOGETHER WORLD TOUR ‘ACT: SWEET MIRAGE'” (hereinafter referred to as “ACT: SWEET MIRAGE”), have sold out, and they have entered a countdown.

Starting with the Seoul concerts on the 25th and 26th, TOMORROW X TOGETHER will hold a total of 23 performances in 13 cities, including Singapore on April 1, Taipei on April 4 and 5, Osaka on April 14 and 15, Saitama on April 18 and 19, Kanagawa on April 25 and 26, Aichi on April 29 and 30, Charlotte in the United States on May 6, Belmont Park on May 9 and 10, Washington D.C. on May 16, Dallas on May 19 and 20, San Antonio on May 23 and 24, and Los Angeles on May 27 and 28, where they will meet fans from all over the world.

On March 18 at 12 a.m., TOMORROW X TOGETHER released a trailer for “ACT: SWEET MIRAGE” through their official SNS. The stylish visuals, sound, magnificent sets, and underwater footage evoke the feeling of a movie and start with a scene of someone putting a green cube into a teacup.

The trailer depicts TOMORROW X TOGETHER in a dark palace, with tension visible, as well as scenes of them falling into deep water, interspersed with happy scenes of the five members laughing and playing pranks on each other, stimulating curiosity about “ACT: SWEET MIRAGE.”

In this tour, TOMORROW X TOGETHER is expected to showcase their strength as storytellers, combining the narrative of their album with various elements that make up the performance, such as the setlist, VCRs that connect to the following stage, and stage production, to deliver a new and immersive experience.

The Seoul concert, which opens the world tour, will be held at the Olympic Park KSPO DOME, and tickets sold out quickly amid high interest. For global fans who cannot visit the performance venue, there will be online live streaming for two days. The online streaming will have English, Japanese, and Chinese subtitles, and a total of six multi-view screens, including one main screen and five individual-member camera screens, will be provided.

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