TREASURE Completes Second Japan Tour!


TREASURE held the final performance of their JAPAN TOUR and announced that they will hold a fan meeting in Japan in July.

Their 3rd Japanese mini-album “REBOOT -JP SPECIAL SELECTION-” released on February 21 (Wed.) ranked No. 1 on the Billboard JAPAN Weekly Album Sales Chart “Top Albums Sales” published on February 28, and they also announced that they will hold their first fan meeting in July, 2023. Their second full-length album “REBOOT,” which was released in Korea in July 2023 and became their first million-seller, also reached No. 3 on the same chart, proving the popularity of TREASURE’s two albums in the Top 3.

On March 3 (Sun.), TREASURE held the final leg of their second JAPAN TOUR, “2024 TREASURE TOUR [REBOOT] IN JAPAN,” at K-Arena Yokohama. The tour started on January 6 (Sat.) at PayPay Dome in Fukuoka, the hometown of member Halt, and went on to 16 performances at 8 venues in 7 cities, including Saitama, Aichi, Osaka, Fukui, Hiroshima, and Kanagawa, with a total attendance of 300,000, surpassing the record set by their first tour.

The group, which places great importance on having their fans in various parts of Japan see their live performances in person, heard the news of the 2024 Noto Peninsula earthquake that occurred in January of this year and, with the JAPAN TOUR starting on January 6, carefully considered what they could do to bring a little energy and cheer through their performances. They challenged the JAPAN TOUR with the hope of delivering as much energy and vitality as possible through their performance.

They will continue to support the affected areas so that they can get back to their normal lives as soon as possible.

During the live MC of the final performance, the group announced that they will hold their second nationwide fan meeting “2024 TREASURE FAN MEETING” in July this year, with a total of 20 performances in 5 cities (Kanagawa, Hiroshima, Hyogo, Aichi, and Fukuoka), an unprecedented scale for a Korean boy group. The event will be held in Kanagawa, Hiroshima, Hyogo, Aichi, and Fukuoka. Their performance ability, backed up by the number of performances, which sets them apart from other groups, will be the focus of much attention.