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List of TVXQ concert tours


The South Korean pop duo TVXQ have embarked on thirteen headlining concert tours, one of which has been worldwide, and eight others that were based exclusively in Japan TVXQ originally debuted as a five-member group in December 2003, with members U-Know Yunho, Max Changmin, Hero Jaejoong, Micky Yoochun, and Xiah Junsu The group made their headlining debut in February 2006 through their Rising Sun Tour, performing four sell-out shows in South Korea, one show in Thailand, and one show in Malaysia, which was the first K-pop concert held in the country They visited China and Taiwan for the first time for their O Tour, which commenced in January 2007 Their third and last concert tour as a quinet, the Mirotic Tour, was announced to tour cities beyond South Korea, China, and Thailand throughout 2009 and 2010, but the remaining concert dates were cancelled soon after members Jaejoong, Yoochun, and Junsu entered a legal battle with their Korean agency SM Entertainment, subsequently leading to their departure In January 2011, TVXQ restarted their activities as a duo, with remaining members Yunho and Changmin

The duo held their first worldwide concert, the Catch Me: Live World Tour from November 2012 to July 2013, visiting North America and South America for the first time In December 2014, the duo celebrated their tenth debut anniversary with the Tistory: Special Live Tour, touring cities in South Korea, China, and Thailand It was the duo's last headlining concert tour before taking their indefinite hiatus to enlist in South Korea's compulsory military service

TVXQ's international concert tours often overlapped with their Japanese concert tours The duo's Japanese tours have set numerous records: they were the first Korean music act to headline a five-Dome tour, and were the first foreign music act to hold a concert in Japan's largest venue, the Nissan Stadium Their 2013 Time Tour was the largest, most-attended, and highest-grossing concert series ever held by a foreign music act in Japan; it grossed US$93 million in concert tickets and attracted over 850,000 people

Contents

  • 1 Rising Sun Tour
    • 11 Guest acts
    • 12 Setlist
    • 13 Tour dates
  • 2 O Tour
  • 3 Mirotic Tour
    • 31 Setlist
    • 32 Tour dates
  • 4 Catch Me Tour
  • 5 Tistory Tour
    • 51 Background
    • 52 Broadcasts and recordings
    • 53 Set list
      • 531 T1ST0RY &! set list
      • 532 Notes
    • 54 Tour dates
  • 6 Japan tours
  • 7 Showcases
    • 71 Rising Sun Showcase
    • 72 The 3rd Album "O"-JungBanHap Showcase
    • 73 Giving Young Adults Dreams And Hope- "TVXQ’s Fall Mini Concert"
  • 8 Fan Meetings
    • 81 Cassiopeia Special Day With TVXQ
    • 82 5th Anniversary Special Party
    • 83 Cassiopeia Special Day With TVXQ 2013
  • 9 TVXQ! Special Comeback Live - YouR PresenT
    • 91 Tour dates
  • 10 References

Rising Sun Tour

Rising Sun: The 1st Concert
Tour by TVXQ
Promotional poster for the tour in Seoul
Associated album Rising Sun
Start date February 10, 2006 2006-02-10
End date September 15, 2006 2006-09-15
No of shows 4 in South Korea
1 in Malaysia
1 in Thailand
6 Total
TVXQ concert chronology
  • Rising Sun: 1st Concert
    2006
  • Heart, Mind and Soul: 1st Live Tour 2006
    2006

The 1st Concert: Rising Sun, also known as The 1st Asia Tour: Rising Sun, was the debut concert tour by South Korean pop group TVXQ, launched in support of the group's second Korean studio album, Rising Sun 2005 The tour had six dates in Asia, starting with four shows in Seoul, South Korea from February 10 to 13, 2006 at the Olympic Gymnastics Arena The last show on February 13 was filmed and recorded for the CD and DVD release; the CD was released on July 12, 2006, and the VCD and DVD were released on January 18, 2007 The release came with additional concert and backstage footage, interviews, a behind-the-scenes making, and a 50-page photobook

The tour's first overseas stop was in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on July 14, performing to 6,000 fans in the Putra Indoor Stadium TVXQ were the first Korean music act to headline a concert in the country Labelmates Super Junior opened the concert with a performance of their single, "U"

The Rising Sun Tour featured solo performances of each TVXQ member Xiah Junsu performed a cover of Blue's 2001 debut single "All Rise" and invited Super Junior member Eunhyuk to perform as a guest rapper Max Changmin covered Michael Jackson's "The Way You Make Me Feel", but due to copyright restrictions, his performance was cut off from the CD and DVD setlist

Guest acts

  • Eunhyuk South Korea, Malaysia
  • Super Junior Malaysia

Setlist

Seoul, South Korea February 10, 2006
  1. "Tonight"
  2. "Hug"
  3. "너희들것이니까 I Wish"
  4. "Whatever They Say"
  5. "믿어요 Believe"
  6. "Tri-Angle"
  7. "Free Your Mind"
  8. "Dangerous Mind"
  9. U-Know Yunho solo: Dance Performance
  10. Micky Yoochun solo: "여우비 Like Weather"
  11. Max Changmin solo: "The Way You Make Me Feel"
  12. "지금처럼 Like Now"
  13. "약속했던 그때에 Always There"
  14. "I Never Let Go"
  15. "I Wanna Hold You"
  16. "마법의 성 Magic Castle"
  17. Xiah Junsu solo: "All Rise" featuring Eunhyuk of Super Junior
  18. Hero Jaejoong solo: "발걸음 Footsteps"
  19. "LOVE After LOVE"
  20. "넌 언제나 You Always"
  21. "The Way U Are" Extended version
  22. "Rising Sun" Extended version
Encore
  1. "One"
  2. "My Little Princess" 있잖아요
  3. "Drive"

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
February 10, 2006 Seoul South Korea Olympic Gymnastics Arena
February 11, 2006
February 12, 2006
February 13, 2006
July 14, 2006 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Putra Indoor Stadium
September 15, 2006 Bangkok Thailand Impact Arena

O Tour

Main article: O: The 2nd Asia Tour

Mirotic Tour

The 3rd Asia Tour: Mirotic
Tour by TVXQ
Promotional poster for the tour in Seoul
Associated album Mirotic
Start date February 20, 2009 2009-02-20
End date October 2, 2009 2009-10-02
Legs 4
No of shows 3 in South Korea
3 in China
2 in Thailand
8 Total
TVXQ concert chronology
  • O: The 2nd Asia Tour
    2008
  • 3rd Asia Tour: Mirotic
    2009
  • Tone: Live Tour 2012
    2012

TVXQ! The 3rd Asia Tour “Mirotic” was the third international concert tour of the South Korean pop group TVXQ!, in line with their fourth studio album, Mirotic The tour marked the return of TVXQ! after performing the 2007-08 TVXQ! The 2nd Asia Tour Concert “O” and the final tour involving all five members of the group before the split-up The tour commenced with 3 shows in Seoul in February 2009 and continued onto Nanjing, Bangkok, Beijing and Shanghai

Jaejoong covered Deulgukhwa’s "It’s Only My World”, a song from 1985 Changmin performed a Christian cover song, “Upon This Rock” by Sandi Patty “Xiahtic” was self-composed, written and arranged by Junsu specifically for his solo performance SHINee’s Key, being a special guest, performed the rap for this song for the shows in Seoul, Nanjing, Beijing and Shanghai In Bangkok, Yoochun took over Key’s part due to his inability to attend the concert Yunho sung an upbeat song of his own composition, “Checkmate”, throughout the whole tour Yoonchun also performed "Love by love", a self-composed song On July 31, 2009, the live CD that was recorded from February 20 to 22, 2009 was first released, while the DVD was released on December 30, 2009

“Xiahtic” and “Checkmate” were later released in Japanese as B-sides for the 29th single Break Out! and 30th single Toki Wo Tomete, respectively in 2010 Break Out! was released in Japan on January 21 and Toki Wo Tomete on March 24 as the last release of TVXQ! as a five-member group

Setlist

Seoul, South Korea February 20, 2009

This setlist is representative of the shows in Seoul on February 20–22 It does not represent all concerts for the duration of the tour

  1. "Hey!Don't Bring Me Down Rearranged "
  2. "Are You A Good Girl"
  3. "Rising Sun"
  4. "Paradise"
  5. "Hug Rearranged"
  6. "Love By Love Yoonchun Solo"
  7. "It's My World Jaejoong Solo"
  8. "Upon This Rock Changmin Solo"
  9. "Wrong Number"
  10. "Purple Line Dance Break Ver"
  11. "Balloons Rearranged"
  12. "Halfmoon"
  13. "Love In The Ice Korean Ver"
  14. "Don't Say Goodbye"
  15. "Greeting"
  16. "Xiahatic ft Key Of SHINee Junsu Solo"
  17. "Checkmate Yunho Solo"
  18. "Mirotic Rearranged"
  19. "The Way U Are Rearranged"
  20. "Somebody To Love"
  21. "Crazy Love"
  22. "HaHaHa Song"
  23. "Sky"
  24. "Song For You"
  25. "Tonight"

Tour dates

Date City Country Attendance
February 20, 2009 Seoul South Korea 15,000
February 21, 2009 15,000
February 22, 2009 15,000
April 4, 2009 Nanjing China 30,000
June 27, 2009 Bangkok Thailand 20,000
June 28, 2009 20,000
July 11, 2009 Beijing China 50,000
October 2, 2009 Shanghai 30,000

Note: The show at the Shenzhen Stadium in China scheduled on November 21 was cancelled due to Jaejoong, Junsu, and Yoonchun's legal dispute with SM Entertainment

Catch Me Tour

Main article: Catch Me: Live World Tour

Tistory Tour

Tistory: Special Live Tour
Tour by TVXQ
Promotional poster for the tour in Seoul
Associated album Tense
Start date December 6, 2014 2014-12-06
End date June 14, 2015 2015-06-14
Legs 5
No of shows 4 in South Korea
1 in Taiwan
4 in China
1 in Thailand
10 Total
TVXQ concert chronology
  • Tree: Live Tour 2014
    2014
  • Tistory: Special Live Tour
    2014–15
  • With: Live Tour 2015
    2015

Tistory: Special Live Tour stylized as TVXQ! Special Live Tour – T1ST0RY, also known as the tenth anniversary tour, was the fifth world concert tour twelfth overall by South Korean pop duo TVXQ The set list consisted of TVXQ's greatest hits The tour was the duo's last headlining concert tour before taking their hiatus to enlist in South Korea's compulsory military service

The name "Tistory" T1ST0RY; pronounced "tee-story" is coined from the combination of the letter "T" from "TVXQ" and the word "history" The "i" and "o" in the word "history" is replaced with the numbers "1" and "0" to symbolize the duo's tenth year The concert was produced by Shim Jae-won and promoted by Dreammaker Entertainment in South Korea

Background

TVXQ's tenth anniversary promotions started in December 2013, when they held a two-day special concert to commemorate their decade in the Korean music industry The concert, titled Time Slip, was part of SM Entertainment's winter music festival SMTown Week Time Slip was held in Seoul's Olympic Gymnastics Arena on December 26 and 27, 2013

The two encore shows were called T1ST0RY &! and was held at the Olympic Gymnastics Arena from June 13 and 14, 2015

Broadcasts and recordings

The first two concerts in Seoul, South Korea were filmed The DVD, which also includes behind-the-scene footage and a 100-page photobook, was released on May 29, 2015

The final encore concert on June 14, 2015 was broadcast live at the multi-complexes SM COEX Artium in Seoul, South Korea and Studio Coast in Tokyo, Japan It sold 100,000 tickets in total, grossing approximately US$4 million The concert film was re-released at the SM COEX Artium with surround viewing features on July 10

On December 26, TVXQ's twelfth anniversary, SM debuted the TVXQ! Special Hologram Concert 'T1ST0RY &…!’ + α at the SMTOWN Theatre The virtual concert, which features TVXQ performing in projected screens, is approximately 35 minutes long The set list includes "Spellbound", "Humanoids", "Catch Me", "Keep Your Head Down", "Something", and "Ten"

Set list

This setlist is representative of the show in Seoul, South Korea It does not represent all dates throughout the tour

  1. "Catch Me"
  2. "Double Trouble"
  3. "Rising Sun 순수" Remix
  4. "그 대신 내가 Beside"
  5. "갈증 Smoky Heart"
  6. Max Changmin solo: "Heaven's Day"
  7. "믿기 싫은 이야기 How Can I"
  8. "Love in the Ice" Korean version
  9. "오늘밤 Moonlight Fantasy"
  10. "너의 남자 Your Man"
  11. "뒷모습 Steppin'" / "Destiny" / "Off Road"
  12. "Love Again"
  13. U-Know Yunho solo: "Bang"
  14. Acoustic ballad medley part 1: "믿어요 Believe" / "My Little Princess 있잖아요" / "You Only Love" / "Tonight"
  15. Acoustic ballad medley part 2: "낙원 Paradise" / "She" / "넌 나의 노래 You're My Melody"
  16. "Rise"
  17. "Android" Korean version / "Humanoids"
  18. "BUT Be-Au-Ty" Korean version
  19. "I Don't Know" Korean version
  20. "Show Me Your Love"
  21. "Crazy Love"
  22. "Somebody to Love" Korean version
  23. "Something"
  24. "수리수리 Spellbound"
  25. "왜 Keep Your Head Down"
Encore
  1. "Ten 10 Years"
  2. "Here I Stand"
  3. "항상 곁에 있을게 Always With You"

T1ST0RY &! set list

This setlist is representative of the two encore shows held in Seoul, South Korea on June 13 and 14, 2015

  1. "Catch Me"
  2. "Maximum"
  3. "Rising Sun 순수" Remix
  4. "그 대신 내가 Beside"
  5. "갈증 Smoky Heart"
  6. Max Changmin solo: "Heaven's Day"
  7. "믿기 싫은 이야기 How Can I"
  8. "Love in the Ice" Korean version
  9. "오늘밤 Moonlight Fantasy"
  10. "너의 남자 Your Man"
  11. "뒷모습 Steppin'" / "Destiny" / "Off Road"
  12. "Love Again"
  13. U-Know Yunho solo: "Champagne"
  14. Acoustic ballad medley part 1: "믿어요 Believe" / "My Little Princess 있잖아요" / "You Only Love" / "Tonight"
  15. Acoustic ballad medley part 2: "Drive" / "Hi Ya Ya" / "The Way U Are" / "넌 나의 노래 You're My Melody"
  16. "Starlight"
  17. "Rise"
  18. "Android" Korean version / "Humanoids"
  19. "O-JungBanHap"
  20. "Mirotic"
  21. "Crazy Love"
  22. "Balloons"
  23. "Somebody to Love" Korean version
  24. "Something"
  25. "수리수리 Spellbound"
  26. "왜 Keep Your Head Down"
Encore
  1. "Ten 10 Years"
  2. "Here I Stand"
  3. "항상 곁에 있을게 Always With You"
Double encore
  1. "Hug"

Notes

  • A ^ In the last two encore performances for Seoul, Donghae & Eunhyuk joined Changmin on stage for the show on June 13 EXO members Xiumin, Chen, and Baekhyun were the guest performers on June 14

Tour dates

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, and attendance
Date City Country Venue Attendance
South Korea
December 6, 2014 Seoul South Korea Olympic Gymnastics Arena 24,000
December 7, 2014
Taiwan
December 13, 2014 Taipei Taiwan Taipei Arena 8,000
China
December 19, 2014 Beijing China MasterCard Center 10,000
January 24, 2015 Shanghai Mercedes-Benz Arena 10,000
April 25, 2015 Shenzhen Shenzhen Bay Sports Center 18,000
April 26, 2015
Thailand
May 30, 2015 Bangkok Thailand Impact Arena 12,000
T1ST0RY &!
June 13, 2015 Seoul South Korea Olympic Gymnastics Arena 24,000
June 14, 2015

Japan tours

Main article: List of TVXQ concert tours in Japan

Showcases

Rising Sun Showcase

Date City Venue Attendance
September 10, 2005 Seoul Seoul Olympic Stadium 60,000

The 3rd Album "O"-JungBanHap Showcase

Date City Venue Attendance
September 30, 2006 Seoul Seoul Olympic Stadium 60,000

Giving Young Adults Dreams And Hope- "TVXQ’s Fall Mini Concert"

Date City Venue Attendance
September 21, 2008 Seoul Seoul City Hall Plaza 40,000

Fan Meetings

Cassiopeia Special Day With TVXQ

Date City Venue
January 20, 2008 Twice Seoul Olympic Gymnastics Arena

5th Anniversary Special Party

Date City Venue
December 26, 2008 Seoul Korea University Gymnasium

Cassiopeia Special Day With TVXQ 2013

Date City Venue
October 5, 2013 Seoul Korea University Gymnasium

TVXQ! Special Comeback Live - YouR PresenT

Set list Setlist
  1. "Something
  2. "Mirotic
  3. "너의 남자 Your Man
  4. "Here I Stand
  5. "In a Different Life
  6. "How Can I 믿기 싫은 이야기
  7. "항상 곁에 있을게 Always With You
  8. "넌 나의 노래 You’re My Melody
  9. "Drop
  10. "I Don’t Know
  11. "Why Keep Your Head Down
Encore
  1. "Catch Me
  2. "Rise

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
September 30, 2017 Seoul South Korea Jamsil Arena
October 1, 2017
October 15, 2017 Macau Studio City Event Center

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