ATEEZ's Encore Concert 'Anchor': What's New and Exciting?
Group ATEEZ is set to evoke the emotion of their previous Seoul concert through their encore performance.
ATEEZ will hold their concert "The Fellowship: Break the Wall Anchor in Seoul" at the Jamsil Indoor Gymnasium in Seoul on April 28 and 29.
The title of this concert, "Anchor," symbolizes ATEEZ's concept and adds anticipation for fans. We've identified a few points that will generate even more excitement for fans.
◆ Upgraded 'Live Performances' After Meeting Approximately 430,000 Fans in Two World Tours
ATEEZ has met a total of 430,000 fans through two world tours, 'The Fellowship: Beginning of the End' and 'The Fellowship: Break the Wall,' spanning over a year and two months. ATEEZ has filled the stage with live and powerful performances in arenas worldwide, and their upgraded skills suggest another perfect stage for this encore concert. With their confidence in performances, the Seoul concert sold out both times, drawing even more attention to ATEEZ's encore concert.
◆ Renewed Stage Production and Setlist
ATEEZ's encore concert will include songs that have received enthusiastic responses from fans worldwide, as well as tracks that were not included in the previous concert and stages premiered at the concert, creating a diverse setlist that will captivate fans in attendance.
In addition, ATEEZ unveiled a moving LED display in their October Seoul concert, creating a spectacular sight. This concert plans to showcase an upgraded performance scale with additional stage devices and effects.
In a recent interview, ATEEZ said, "We're trying to show as many new aspects as possible within the framework of 'The Fellowship' tour. Points will change," raising expectations.
◆ A Concert That Communicates with Fans
As 'The Fellowship: Break the Wall Anchor in Seoul' is ATEEZ's first encore concert, the members actively proposed opinions on the setlist, routes, and more from the planning stage. As a result, the concert staff contemplated ways to create enjoyable memories while interacting with the audience.
Especially during their last Seoul concert, ATEEZ launched a world-first motion sensor-equipped light stick and a specially designed application, presenting a magnificent sight to the audience through remote-controlled mapping. They plan to continue communicating in various ways for this encore performance.
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