ATEEZ’s First Concert In Japan For Three Days Sold Out
ATEEZ’s First Offline Concert In Japan, ‘The Fellowship: Beginning Of The End In Japan’ Will Be Held At Pia Arena MM Yokohama From 16 To 18 July.
Boyband ATEEZ has sold their first concert tickets in Japan. On June 12, ATEEZ’s management agency KQ Entertainment announced, “Tickets for ATEEZ’s first solo concert in Japan, ‘The Fellowship: Beginning of the End in Japan’ are sold out for three days.”
ATEEZ continued their 2022 World Tour “The Fellowship” which kicked off in Seoul in January. ATEEZ also recently returned from meeting over 150,000 fans overseas, traveling to five cities in the US and five countries in Europe.
In particular, the group also recently released their second Japanese mini-album “BEYOND: ZERO” on May 25, ranking second on Oricon weekly album chart, first on Japanese CD weekly album chart, second on Line Music weekly album chart, and second on the Billboard Japan Top album sales chart. Meanwhile, ATEEZ’s first offline concert in Japan, “The Fellowship: Beginning of the End in Japan” will be held at Pia Arena MM Yokohama from July 16 to 18.
Meanwhile, ATEEZ debuted on October 24 2018, with the mini album “Treasure EP.1: All to Zero”. As a newcomer, ATEEZ won the Next Generation Award at the 2019 Golden Disc Awards and was named the Worldwide Fans’ Choice at the 2019 and 2020 Mnet Asian Music Awards.
As of March 2022, Ateez has released eight mini-albums and one studio album in Korean, as well as one mini-album and two studio albums in Japanese. Their record is “Treasure EP.Fin: All to Action”, “Treasure Epilogue: Action to Answer”, “Zero: Fever Part.1”, “Zero: Fever Part.2”, and “Zero: Fever Epilogue” respectively. topped South Korea’s Gaon Albums Chart, with “Zero: Fever Part. 1” becoming the first group to be certified platinum in the country.