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TXT Is Coming To Manila In October For Their ‘Act: Love Sick’ World Tour

TXT Is Coming To Manila In October For Their ‘Act: Love Sick’ World Tour


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Good news, Filipino MOAs! Tomorrow X Together (TXT) is coming to the Philippines in October for a 2-day concert!

On June 21, the group confirmed that they will be heading to Manila from October 15 to 16 at the Mall of Asia Arena, as part of their ‘Act: Love Sick’ world tour.

“We are so excited because this will be our first concert in Asia,” TXT said in the video. “As it’s our first, we’ll be working even harder to prepare for it,” they added.

The ‘LO$ER=LOVER’ singers will also be performing in Jakarta, Taipei, and Bangkok.

“We really can’t wait to see you. You’ll all be there, right? Then, see you at the concert!”

Ticket details and seating plans for the concert will be announced soon.

TXT will kick off its world tour next month with a two-day concert in Seoul before visiting cities in the United States.

Composed of Soobin, Yeonjun, Beomgyu, Taehyun, and Huening Kai, TXT is known for their hits “Good Boy Gone Bad,” “Crown,” “Can’t You See Me?” and “Blue Hour.”

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