SEVENTEEN Prepping Live Concert Movie ‘SEVENTEEN Tour ‘Follow’ to Japan: Live Viewing’ For Holiday Release

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K-pop band SEVENTEEN will return to movie theaters around the world on Dec. 16 with their live concert film SEVENTEEN Tour ‘Follow’ to Japan: Live Viewing. The film will be broadcast from Japan’s Fukuoka PayPay Dome and broadcast live to Australia, South Korea, the U.S. and Canada, Brazil and European territories; all the participating countries will be announced on the band’s official site on Nov. 21.


According to a release, the 13-member group’s largest-scale dome tour since their debut, the movie promises to share the band’s “electrifying blend of dynamic performances and enchanting melodies live on the big screen with CARATs all around the world.”

“We’re excited to join forces with HYBE once again to bring K-pop icons SEVENTEEN to the big screen, this time broadcast live from Tokyo, Japan,” said Trafalgar Releasing COE Marc Allenby in a statement. “2022’s SEVENTEEN POWER OF LOVE : THE MOVIE, was a hit with the group’s devoted fanbase and we’re proud to present them with the opportunity to experience this highly anticipated concert event as a global community. We hope this event further demonstrates the enduring appeal of K-pop in cinemas.”

The movie will spotlight special unit performances by the group’s vocal unit (Woozi, Jeonghan, Joshua, DK, Seungkwan), their performance unit (Hoshi, Jun, The 8, Dino) and hip-hop unit (S. Coups, Wonwoo, Mingyu and Vernon).

Global tickets for the film will go on sale here on Nov. 22 at 10 a.m. ET; tickets for Korean cinemas will go on sale on Nov. 23 at 2 p.m. KST.

SEVENTEEN released their 11th mini album, SEVENTEENTH HEAVEN, last month.

Check out the concert poster and a promo video below.


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