Tree: Live Tour 2014

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    Tree: Live Tour 2014 (stylized as Tohoshinki Live Tour 2014 ~TREE~), also known as the Tree Tour, was the seventh Japanese concert tour (eleventh overall) by Tohoshinki, and was launched in support of their seventh Japanese studio album Tree (2014). It was first announced by the duo in November 2013, during the last show of their fanclub event tour, The Mission II. The tour kicked off in Yokohama on April 22, 2014 and visited a total of ten cities and eleven venues in Japan. It concluded on June 22, 2014 in Osaka. Over 600,000 people attended the tour.
     
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    TVXQ Sets New Records with Japan Tours, Over 2 Million Concertgoers

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    With the end of their Japan country-wide tour, male duo TVXQ has set the bar yet again with new records.

    “TVXQ Live Tour 2014 ~Tree~,” which started on April 22, spanned across 10 cities in Japan, for a total of 29 concerts and approximately 600,000 concertgoers. Their first Japan tour as a duo was in 2012: “TVXQ Live Tour 2012 ~Tone~,” for which the group brought 550,000 out to their performances. TVXQ’s 2013 tour “~Time~” had a total audience count of 850,000.

    For the three-year span of 2012-2014, the duo recorded a total audience number of over 2 million, setting a new record for foreign artists in Japan with the largest number of concertgoers over the shortest period of time.

    TVXQ also set a record as the first foreign artist to hold solo concerts at the Tokyo Dome and the Kyocera Dome in Osaka for three years running, a testament to their immense popularity in Japan.

    Yunho and Changmin will be back in Japan later this year, for the A-Nation Stadium Festival to be held at the Ajinomoto Stadium in Tokyo on August 30.

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    This tour is FOREVER one of my favourites!!
     

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