NCT 127 are getting ready for their comeback to the live stage.
The group will hold a series of concerts in Seoul in December and also announced their plan to embark on their second world tour. This will be the first live performance in nearly three years, following their first world tour cancellation due to COVID-19.
The Seoul concerts, titled NCT 127 2nd Tour Neo City: Seoul – The Link, will run for three days from December 17 at Gocheok Sky Dome. NCT 127 will be the first artist to hold a concert at the Gocheok Sky Dome in almost two years.
NCT 127 2ND TOUR ‘NEO CITY : SEOUL – THE LINK’
— NCT 127 (@NCTsmtown_127) November 15, 2021
For NCTzen worldwide, the group will livestream the last concert in Seoul (December 19) via Naver V Live’s Beyond Live channel.
Following the Seoul concerts, NCT 127 are set to perform in other cities around the world, SM Entertainment said, without revealing more details about the dates and locations.
Tickets for NCT 127 2nd Tour Neo City: Seoul – The Link will be available from November 19 (8 am KST) through YES24 for NCT 127’s Official Fan Club Members; non-members can purchase their tickets from November 23 (8 am KST – via YES24).
NCT 127, a sub-unit of the 23-piece K-pop act NCT, made their debut in 2016 with the EP NCT #127 and never stopped releasing hits like “Limitless”, “Cherry Bomb”, and “Kick It” – from their three times Platinum (in South Korea) second album Neo Zone. In September, the group released their third album, Sticker, and recently released its repackage version, Favorite, selling more than 3.5 million copies altogether.
NCT 127 recently announced their performance on The Kelly Clarkson Show, which airs on Wednesday, November 17 (2 pm EST – 4 am KST on Thursday 18). They also announced the release of their new album, Universe, on December 14, the follow-up to NCT 2020 Resonance.