SEVENTEEN marked the grand conclusion of their exhilarating ‘SEVENTEEN TOUR ‘FOLLOW’ in Asia.
SEVENTEEN wrapped up their incredible 6-month Asian tour, SEVENTEEN TOUR FOLLOW, with an unforgettable final performance at the Macau Olympic Sports Center Stadium on January 20th and 21st.
During the SEVENTEEN TOUR FOLLOW, they delighted fans across 9 cities, including Seoul, Tokyo, Saitama, Nagoya, Osaka, Fukuoka, Bangkok, Bulacan, and Macau, with a total of 20 incredible performances.
Their concerts in Asia, including Bangkok, Bulacan, and Macau, drew a staggering total of 160,000 fans, solidifying their immense popularity. Notably, SEVENTEEN made history as the first K-pop artists to perform at a major stadium in Macau, leaving a lasting impression on their audience.
The immense interest in “SEVENTEEN TOUR ‘FOLLOW'” led to additional performances being added. Throughout their Asian shows, SEVENTEEN showcased new stages of God of Music and performed the English version of Together. In the Macau performance, they debuted their new Chinese song Xiang Yu De Yi Yi to an incredibly positive response.
SEVENTEEN had an incredible year with a total of 23 events! From the Korean fan meeting SEVENTEEN in CARAT LAND in March, to the Japanese fan meeting SEVENTEEN 2023 JAPAN FANMEETING ‘LOVE’ in May, and the SEVENTEEN TOUR ‘FOLLOW’ from July to December.
They had over 1 million viewers, including 800,000 in-person attendees and 270,000 online viewers through live streaming and live viewing.
The new Chinese song debuted at the Macau performance as a heartfelt expression of gratitude to CARAT for their unwavering support throughout the journey. The song will be released on a Chinese music distribution site.