TXT breaks records and captivates fans on successful U.S. leg of world tour

TXT (Tomorrow X Together) concluded their North American leg of the 'TOMORROW X TOGETHER WORLD TOUR ' with great success. 

The tour, which began in Tacoma on the 14th of last month (local time), included stops in Oakland on the 18th, Los Angeles on the 21st-22nd, Houston on the 26th, Atlanta on the 29th, New York on June 1st-2nd, Rosemont on the 5th-6th, and Washington D.C. on the 8th, attracting over 140,000 attendees

Record-Breaking Performances and Milestones for a Growing K-Pop PhenomenonTXT made history by performing at two stadium venues, the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum and Houston's Minute Maid Park, both of which had never hosted a K-pop concert before. 


Additionally, TXT set another K-pop record by selling out two shows at New York's Madison Square Garden, becoming the first K-pop artists to achieve this feat. 

Madison Square Garden is a historic venue known for hosting legendary artists like Elvis Presley, The Rolling Stones, and Taylor Swift.Captivating Audiences with Diverse PerformancesTXT's live performances were marked by their energetic delivery, unique arrangements, and varied stage concepts. 

They impressed North American fans with a Korean traditional music version of "Sugar Rush Ride," originally an alternative pop dance track. The band also showcased their rock influences with songs like "Growing Pain" and "PUMA," while unit performances of "The KILLA (I belong to you)" by Soobin and Yeonjun, and "Quarter Life" by Beomgyu, Taehyun, and Hueningkai, highlighted contrasting styles. 


The setlist included "Cat & Dog (English ver.)," which received enthusiastic responses from the audience.TXT also paid homage to local culture by singing snippets of popular songs like Sting's "Englishman in New York" and Queen's "We Will Rock You," and wearing jackets of local sports teams such as the NHL's New York Rangers and NBA's Chicago Bulls.