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Twice concert tours
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Twice performing their best-selling digital single "Cheer Up" in July 2018
Concert tours 8
Online concerts 2

South Korean girl group Twice held their debut concert under the name Twice 1st Tour: Twiceland – The Opening at SK Olympic Handball Gymnasium in Seoul on February 17–19, 2017.[1] This was followed by debut concerts in Bangkok and Singapore in April, and the tour concluded with an additional two concerts in Seoul in June. In July, they held their debut concert in Japan. They embarked on their first Japan tour in January 2018 under the name Twice Showcase Live Tour 2018 "Candy Pop", before subsequently touring Singapore once again later that year.

In 2019, a "Twicelights" tour was announced, starting with a two-day concert at the KSPO Dome, followed by various concerts throughout Asia. Shortly after their third subsequent yearly concert in Singapore, they ventured out of Asia for their only time, hosting four concerts in North America, three in the United States and one in Mexico. Following further concerts throughout Asia for the rest of the year and the next, concerts scheduled after February 2020 were canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[2] Twice's fourth world tour, "III", started with a two-day concert (originally three) in Seoul in December 2021.

Concert tours[edit]

Twice 1st Tour: Twiceland – The Opening[edit]

Twice 1st Tour
Twiceland – The Opening
Asia tour by Twice
Associated albumThe Story Begins
Page Two
Twicecoaster: Lane 1
Twicecoaster: Lane 2
Signal
Start dateFebruary 17, 2017 (2017-02-17)
End dateJune 18, 2017 (2017-06-18)
No. of shows5 in South Korea
1 in Thailand
1 in Singapore
7 Total
Attendance36,000
Twice concert chronology
  • Twice 1st Tour: Twiceland – The Opening
    (2017)
  • Twice Showcase Live Tour 2018 "Candy Pop"
    (2018)
Set list in Seoul, Bangkok and Singapore

Main Set
Opening
(VCR)

  1. Touchdown
  2. I'm Gonna Be a Star
  3. Cheer Up

Ment 1

  1. Going Crazy (미쳤나봐)
  2. Truth
  3. Like Ooh-Ahh (Ooh-Ahh하게)

Ment 2

  1. 1 to 10
  2. Tuk Tok (툭하면 톡)
  3. My Headphones On (Headphone )

Intermission
(VCR 1)

  1. 4 Minutes (Madonna cover) (Mina, Jihyo & Jeongyeon)
  2. Yoncé (Beyoncé cover) (Nayeon, Momo, Sana & Chaeyoung)
  3. Black Cat Nero (검은 고양이 네로) (Turbo cover) (Dahyun & Tzuyu)
  4. Card Captor Sakura (카드 캡터 체리) (cover)
  5. Sailor Moon (cover)
  6. Ponytail

Ment 3

  1. Candy Boy
  2. Pit-A-Pat

Intermission
(VCR 2)

  1. Next Page
  2. Woohoo
  3. Do It Again (다시 해줘)

Ment 4

  1. Overdose (EXO cover)
  2. Pretty U (Seventeen cover)

Ment 5

  1. Precious Love (소중한 사랑)
  2. Jelly Jelly
  3. TT

Encore
Intermission
(VCR)

  1. One in a Million
  2. Like a Fool

Ending Ment

  1. Like Ooh-Ahh (Ooh-Ahh하게)
  2. Cheer Up
  3. TT
Set list in Seoul (Encore)

Main Set
Opening
(VCR)

  1. Touchdown
  2. I'm Gonna Be a Star
  3. Cheer Up

Ment 1

  1. Going Crazy (미쳤나봐)
  2. Only You (Only 너)
  3. Like Ooh-Ahh (Ooh-Ahh하게)

Ment 2

  1. 1 to 10
  2. Tuk Tok (툭하면 톡)
  3. My Headphones On (Headphone )

Intermission
(VCR 1)

  1. Greedy (Ariana Grande cover) (Nayeon, Jihyo & Chaeyoung)
  2. The Four Seasons (Antonio Vivaldi cover) (Mina & Momo)
  3. Round and Round (빙글빙글) (Na-mi cover) (Tzuyu, Jeongyeon , Sana & Dahyun)
  4. Card Captor Sakura (카드 캡터 체리) (cover)
  5. Sailor Moon (cover)
  6. Ponytail

Ment 3

  1. Jelly Jelly
  2. Knock Knock

Intermission
(VCR 2)

  1. Next Page
  2. Eye Eye Eyes
  3. Do It Again (다시 해줘)

Ment 4

  1. Someone Like Me
  2. Ice Cream (녹아요)

Ment 5

  1. Precious Love (소중한 사랑)
  2. TT
  3. Signal

Encore
Intermission
(VCR)

  1. One in a Million
  2. Like a Fool

Ending Ment

  1. Like Ooh-Ahh (Ooh-Ahh하게)
  2. Cheer Up
  3. TT
Notes
  • During the show in Bangkok and Singapore, "Tuk Tok" (툭하면 톡) and "Candy Boy" was removed from the original setlist and they performed "TT" instead, Twice added "Cha La La" (Maruko) to their cover song for performance after Ment 3 in Bangkok show. Twice also added "Knock Knock" for performance after Ment 5.
  • During the show in Bangkok, "Truth" was removed and they performed "Like a Fool" instead. Twice also removed "One in a Million" from the setlist.
  • During the show in Singapore, Twice removed "Woohoo" and "Like a Fool" from the setlist.
  • After the show in Seoul, Day 3 (February 19), Twice performed "Knock Knock" (pre-premiered) hours before its release.
  • Jihyo performed seated in Bangkok and Singapore due to knee injury.

Tour dates

Date[3] City Country Venue Attendance
February 17, 2017 Seoul South Korea SK Olympic Handball Gymnasium 15,000[4]
February 18, 2017
February 19, 2017
April 8, 2017 Bangkok Thailand Thunder Dome 4,000[5]
April 29, 2017 Singapore The Star Theatre 5,000[6]
Encore
June 17, 2017 Seoul South Korea Jamsil Arena 12,000[7]
June 18, 2017
Total 36,000

Twice Debut Showcase "Touchdown in Japan"[edit]

Twice Debut Showcase
"Touchdown in Japan"
Japan concert by Twice
Associated album#Twice
Date(s)July 2, 2017 (2017-07-02)
No. of shows2 in Tokyo
2 Total
Attendance15,000
Set list

Opening
(VCR)

  1. Touchdown
  2. Like Ooh-Ahh (Japanese version)
  3. Cheer Up (Japanese version)

Ment 1

  1. Jelly Jelly
  2. Knock Knock (Japanese version)

(VCR)

  1. One in a Million

Ment 2

  1. Signal (Japanese version)
  2. TT (Japanese version)

Encore
(Korean version medley)

  1. Like Ooh-Ahh (Ooh-Ahh하게)
  2. Cheer Up
  3. TT
  4. Knock Knock
  5. Signal
Date City Country Venue Attendance
July 2, 2017
(Two shows)
Tokyo Japan Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium 15,000[8][9]

Twice Showcase Live Tour 2018 "Candy Pop"[edit]

Twice Showcase Live Tour 2018
"Candy Pop"
Japan tour by Twice
Associated albumOne More Time
Candy Pop
Start dateJanuary 19, 2018 (2018-01-19)
End dateFebruary 1, 2018 (2018-02-01)
No. of shows1 in Seto
1 in Fukuoka
1 in Hiroshima
2 in Osaka
1 in Tokyo
2 in Saitama
8 Total
Attendance20,000
Twice concert chronology
  • Twice 1st Tour: Twiceland – The Opening
    (2017)
  • Twice Showcase Live Tour 2018 "Candy Pop"
    (2018)
  • Twice 2nd Tour: Twiceland Zone 2 – Fantasy Park
    (2018)
Set list

Opening
(VCR)

  1. One More Time
  2. Like Ooh-Ahh (Japanese version)
  3. Touchdown

Ment

  1. Luv Me
  2. Heart Shaker
  3. Cheer Up (Japanese version)

(Brand New Girl PV)

  1. Candy Pop
  2. Signal (Japanese version)

(Candy corner)

  1. Likey
  2. Knock Knock (Japanese version)
  3. TT (Japanese version)
  4. One in a Million

Ending Ment

  1. Brand New Girl

Tour dates

Date[10] City Country Venue Attendance
January 19, 2018 Seto Japan Seto City Cultural Center 20,000[11]
January 22, 2018 Fukuoka Fukuoka Sun Palace
January 23, 2018 Hiroshima Ueno Gakuen Hall
January 25, 2018 Osaka Grand Cube Osaka
January 26, 2018
January 29, 2018 Tokyo NHK Hall
January 31, 2018 Saitama Sonic City
February 1, 2018

Twice 2nd Tour: Twiceland Zone 2 – Fantasy Park[edit]

Twice 2nd Tour
Twiceland Zone 2 – Fantasy Park
Asia tour by Twice
Associated albumTwicetagram
What Is Love?
Start dateMay 18, 2018 (2018-05-18)
End dateAugust 25, 2018 (2018-08-25)
No. of shows3 in South Korea
4 in Japan
1 in Singapore
1 in Thailand
1 in Indonesia
10 Total
Attendance90,000
Twice concert chronology
  • Twice Showcase Live Tour 2018 "Candy Pop"
    (2018)
  • Twice 2nd Tour: Twiceland Zone 2 – Fantasy Park
    (2018)
  • Twice 1st Arena Tour 2018 "BDZ"
    (2018)
Set list in Seoul, Singapore, Bangkok and Jakarta

Main Set
Opening
(VCR)

  1. You in My Heart (널 내게 담아)

(VCR 1)

  1. Like Ooh-Ahh (Ooh-Ahh하게) (remix)
  2. Ponytail
  3. Cheer Up (remix)

Ment 1

  1. Hold Me Tight
  2. Likey (remix)
  3. Look at Me (날 바라바라봐)

Ment 2

  1. Someone Like Me
  2. Turtle (거북이)
  3. Stuck

Intermission
(VCR 2)

  1. Touchdown
  2. Signal (remix)
  3. Valenti (BoA cover)
  4. Rainism (Rain cover) (Dahyun)
  5. End of Time (Beyoncé cover) (Jihyo, Momo & Tzuyu)
  6. My Ear's Candy (내귀에 캔디) (Baek Ji-young feat. Ok Taec-yeon cover) (Nayeon & Jeongyeon)
  7. Oppa (오빠) (Wax cover) (Sana, Chaeyoung & Mina)
  8. Knock Knock (remix)

Ment 3

  1. Sweet Talker
  2. What Is Love?

Intermission
(VCR 3)

  1. Missing U
  2. Only You (Only )
  3. Really Really (Winner cover)

Ment 4

  1. FFW
  2. TT
  3. Heart Shaker

Encore

  1. One in a Million
  2. What Is Love? (Acoustic version)

Ending Ment
(Medley)

  1. Like Ooh-Ahh (Ooh-Ahh하게)
  2. Cheer Up
  3. TT
  4. Knock Knock
  5. Signal
  6. Likey
  7. Heart Shaker
  8. What Is Love?
Set list in Japan

Main Set
Opening
(VCR)

  1. You in My Heart (널 내게 담아)

(VCR 1)

  1. Like Ooh-Ahh (Ooh-Ahh하게) (remix)
  2. Cheer Up (remix)

Ment 1

  1. Turtle (거북이)
  2. Likey (remix)
  3. Brand New Girl
  4. One More Time

Intermission
(VCR 2)

  1. Touchdown
  2. Signal (remix)
  3. Valenti (BoA cover)
  4. Rainism (Rain cover) (Dahyun)
  5. End of Time (Beyoncé cover) (Jihyo, Momo & Tzuyu)
  6. My Ear's Candy (내귀에 캔디) (Baek Ji-young feat. Ok Taec-yeon cover) (Nayeon & Jeongyeon)
  7. Oppa (오빠) (Wax cover) (Sana, Chaeyoung & Mina)

Ment 2

  1. Wake Me Up
  2. Knock Knock (remix)
  3. What Is Love?

Intermission
(VCR 3)

  1. Missing U
  2. Only You (Only )

Ment 3

  1. Candy Pop
  2. TT (Japanese version)
  3. Heart Shaker

Encore

  1. One in a Million
  2. What Is Love? (Acoustic version)

Ending Ment
(Medley)

  1. Like Ooh-Ahh (Ooh-Ahh하게)
  2. Cheer Up
  3. TT
  4. Knock Knock
  5. Signal
  6. Likey
  7. Heart Shaker
  8. What Is Love?
Notes
  • During the show in Bangkok and Jakarta, Twice removed "FFW" and added "Dance the Night Away" to the performance after Ment 4.

Tour dates

Date[12] City Country Venue Attendance
May 18, 2018 Seoul South Korea Jamsil Arena 18,000[13]
May 19, 2018
May 20, 2018
May 26, 2018 Saitama Japan Saitama Super Arena 36,000[14]
May 27, 2018
June 2, 2018 Osaka Osaka-jō Hall 20,000[15]
June 3, 2018
June 17, 2018 Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium 8,500[16]
August 18, 2018 Bangkok Thailand Thunder Dome 10,000
August 25, 2018 Jakarta Indonesia Indonesia Convention Exhibition 10,000
Total 90,000+[17]

Cancelled dates[edit]

List of cancelled concerts, showing date, city, country, venue and reason for the cancellation.
Date City Country Venue Reason
July 28, 2018 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Malawati Stadium Safety issues

Twice 1st Arena Tour 2018 "BDZ"[edit]

Twice 1st Arena Tour 2018
"BDZ"
Japan tour by Twice
Associated albumBDZ
Start dateSeptember 29, 2018 (2018-09-29)
End dateOctober 17, 2018 (2018-10-17)
No. of shows1 in Chiba
2 in Nagoya
3 in Kobe
2 in Tokyo
8 Total
Attendance70,000
Twice concert chronology
  • Twice 2nd Tour: Twiceland Zone 2 – Fantasy Park
    (2018)
  • Twice 1st Arena Tour 2018 "BDZ"
    (2018)
  • Twice Dome Tour 2019 "#Dreamday"
    (2019)
Set list

Opening
(VCR)

  1. Wake Me Up
  2. I'm Gonna Be a Star
  3. Say It Again
  4. What Is Love?

Ment 1

  1. Signal (Japanese version) (remix)
  2. Luv Me
  3. One More Time

Ment 2

  1. BDZ

(VCR 1)

  1. Pink Lemonade
  2. L.O.V.E
  3. Likey (remix)

Ment 3

  1. Be as One
  2. Stay by My Side

Ment 4

  1. Cheer Up (Japanese version) (remix)
  2. Candy Pop
  3. Brand New Girl
  4. Dance the Night Away (remix)

(VCR 2)

  1. Wishing

Ending Ment

  1. Knock Knock (Japanese version)
  2. TT (Japanese version)
  3. I Want You Back

Tour dates

Date[18] City Country Venue Attendance
September 29, 2018 Chiba Japan Makuhari Messe 70,000[19]
October 2, 2018 Nagoya Nippon Gaishi Hall
October 3, 2018
October 12, 2018 Kobe World Memorial Hall
October 13, 2018
October 14, 2018
October 16, 2018 Tokyo Musashino Forest Sports Plaza
October 17, 2018

Twice Dome Tour 2019 "#Dreamday"[edit]

Twice Dome Tour 2019
"#Dreamday"
Japan tour by Twice
Associated album#Twice2
Start dateMarch 20, 2019 (2019-03-20)
End dateApril 6, 2019 (2019-04-06)
No. of shows2 in Osaka
2 in Tokyo
1 in Nagoya
5 Total
Attendance220,000
Twice concert chronology
  • Twice 1st Arena Tour 2018 "BDZ"
    (2018)
  • Twice Dome Tour 2019
    "#Dreamday"

    (2019)
  • Twice World Tour 2019–2020 "Twicelights"
    (2019–2020)
Set list

Opening
(VCR)

  1. One More Time (remix)
  2. Luv Me
  3. Like Ooh-Ahh (Japanese version)

Ment 1

  1. Brand New Girl
  2. Signal (Japanese version)

(VCR 1)

  1. Candy Pop
  2. TT (Japanese version) (remix)
  3. Wake Me Up (Dance break version)

Ment 2

  1. Cheer Up (Japanese version)
  2. Pink Lemonade
  3. I Want You Back
  4. What Is Love? (Japanese version)

(VCR 2)

  1. BDZ
  2. L.O.V.E
  3. Sweet Talker
  4. Say It Again

Ment 3

  1. The Best Thing I Ever Did (올해 제일 잘한 일)
  2. Only You (Only ) (Acoustic remix)
  3. Stay by My Side

Ment 4

  1. Heart Shaker (Japanese version)

Ment 5

  1. Knock Knock (Japanese version)
  2. Likey (Japanese version)
  3. Dance the Night Away (Japanese version) (remix)

(VCR 3)

  1. Be as One
  2. Wishing

Ending Ment
(Medley)

  1. One More Time
  2. Candy Pop
  3. Wake Me Up
  4. BDZ
  5. Yes or Yes (Japanese version)

Tour dates

Date[20] City Country Venue Attendance
March 20, 2019 Osaka Japan Kyocera Dome Osaka 220,000[21]
March 21, 2019
March 29, 2019 Tokyo Tokyo Dome
March 30, 2019
April 6, 2019 Nagoya Nagoya Dome

Twice World Tour 2019 "Twicelights"[edit]

Twice 4th World Tour "III"[edit]

Online concerts[edit]

Beyond Live – "Twice: World in a Day"[edit]

Twice: World in a Day
Korean concert by Twice
Associated albumFeel Special
More & More
Date(s)August 9, 2020 (2020-08-09)
Twice concert chronology
  • Twice World Tour 2019–2020 "Twicelights"
    (2019–2020)
  • Beyond Live – "Twice: World in a Day"
    (2020)
  • NTT Docomo Connect Special Live – Twice in Wonderland
    (2021)

On August 9, Twice held their first online concert titled "Twice: World in a Day" in response to their "Twicelights World Tour Finale" which had been canceled earlier in the year. The group worked with the Beyond Live platform launched by SM Entertainment and Naver for the concert, becoming the first artist outside of SM Entertainment to host an online concert using the platform.[22]

A replay VOD was uploaded on October 30.

Multicam VODs were uploaded on November 30.

Setlist


Opening (VCR)

  1. Stuck in My Head (Rock Version) (Multicam OFF)
  2. Touchdown (Rock Version) (Multicam OFF)
  3. Fancy (Rock Version) (Multicam ON)

Ment 1

  1. Heart Shaker (Remix) (Multicam OFF)
  2. Love Foolish (Multicam ON)

Ment 2

  1. TT (Multicam OFF)
  2. What Is Love? (Multicam ON)
  3. Yes or Yes? (Multicam OFF)

(VCR)

  1. Shadow (Multicam OFF)
  2. Firework (Multicam ON)

Ment 3

  1. Feel Special (Multicam OFF)
  2. More & More (Multicam OFF)

Ending Ment

  1. 21:29 (Multicam OFF)
  2. Turn It Up (Multicam ON)
  3. Cheer Up (Multicam OFF)
Exclusive Surprise Live, not included in VOD Service

Accolades[edit]

Awards and nominations for Twice: World in a Day
Year Organization Award Result Ref.
2021 Edaily Culture Awards[a] Best Concert Award Won [25]

NTT Docomo Connect Special Live – Twice in Wonderland[edit]

Twice in Wonderland
Japan concert by Twice
Associated albumFanfare
#Twice3
Eyes Wide Open
Better
Date(s)March 6, 2021 (2021-03-06)
Twice concert chronology
  • Beyond LIVE - "Twice: World in a Day"
    (2020)
  • NTT Docomo Connect Special Live - Twice in Wonderland
    (2021)
  • Twice 4th World Tour "III"
    (2021-2022)

On March 6, the group held their second online concert titled "Twice in Wonderland", which was first announced on January 14. The concert was held in partnership with NTT Docomo and was broadcast using various technologies including AR (augmented reality) and MR (mixed reality). At the end of their online concert, Twice announced the release of the Japanese single "Kura Kura", which was released on May 12.[26]

Set list


Opening (VCR)

  1. Fanfare
  2. More & More (Japanese ver.)

Ment 1

  1. Dance the Night Away (Japanese ver.)
  2. Happy Happy
  3. Brand New Girl

Ment 2

  1. Breakthrough
  2. Fancy (Japanese ver.)
  3. Fake & True

Ment 3

  1. TT (Japanese ver.)
  2. Heart Shaker (Japanese ver.)
  3. I Can't Stop Me
  4. Better

Ment 4
ONCE's Choice

  1. Feel Special (Japanese ver.)

(VCR)

  1. Polish
  2. Pink Lemonade

Ending Ment

  1. The Reason Why

(Japanese Title Track Medley)

  1. One More Time
  2. Candy Pop
  3. Wake Me Up

FC ONCE Japan Limited Video (Bonus)

  1. What Is Love? (Japanese ver.)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The Edaily Culture Awards are a South Korean award ceremony established in 2013 to honor the year's best achievements in six categories: theatre, classical, dance, Korean music, musicals and concerts. Winners are selected by a panel of 54 judges who are professionals in each field.[23][24]

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