TWICE Wraps Up Record-Breaking North American Tour
TWICE spent the month of love with their beloved fans in North America.
Two years after their "TWICELIGHTS" in 2019, TWICE was able to perform with a complete nine-membered lineup in front of their international fans.
With the pandemic, It has been a long time since TWICE was able to meet its international fans so it's not surprising that ONCEs flocked to get a seat in all of the stops of the girl group's "III" North American tour.
In fact, the JYP Entertainment top girl group has successfully wrapped up the North American leg of their world tour "III" with all 7 shows across 5 cities sold out.
TWICE's North American tour ran for 7 days across 5 cities including Los Angeles, Oakland, Dallas, Atlanta, and New York.
Overall, the North American leg of TWICE's 4th World Tour "III" garnered 100,000 enthusiastic attendees breaking the record that BLACKPINK once held.
Now, TWICE officially holds the record as the most-attended North American tour by a Korean pop girl group. The JYP Entertainment girl group also joins BTS as the only K-Pop act to garner over 100k tickets sold on their North American tour.
In other news, TWICE third album "Formula of Love: O+T = <3" has reached another milestone. Just over three months since its release, "Formula of Love: O+T = <3" racked up over 300 million cumulative streams on Spotify. It became TWICE's fastest album to reach the 300 million cumulative streams mark beating the record of 349 days of their second full-length album "Eyes Wide Open."
"Formula of Love: O+T = <3" has also become the fastest album by a JYP Entertainment artist to exceed the 300 million mark.
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