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5 K-Pop Groups With Best-selling Tours Of 2023

2023’s global stages saw K-pop’s BLACKPINK, Suga, TWICE, TXT, and SEVENTEEN dominating tours, setting unprecedented records, and securing top spots in the all-genre 'Top 100.'

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5 K-Pop Groups With Best-selling Tours Of 2023

5 K-Pop Groups With Best-selling Tours Of 2023

In a triumphant return to the global stage, K-pop tours have not only resumed but have soared to unprecedented success in 2023. Billboard recently unveiled the 5 K-pop groups who sold highest-grossing tours, providing a glimpse into the genre's immense popularity and the economic impact of these sensational performances.

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1. BLACKPINK

BLACKPINK, the powerhouse quartet, made an extraordinary comeback with 29 mesmerizing shows, selling a staggering 703,000 tickets and accumulating an impressive $148.3 million USD in total revenue. Their global impact extends beyond K-Pop, securing them a remarkable #10 position in the all-genre "Top 100."

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2. Suga

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BTS's Suga embarked on a solo journey with 26 captivating shows, selling 318,000 tickets and amassing a noteworthy $57.1 million USD in total revenue. His solo venture earned him the #37 spot in the all-genre "Top 100."

 

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3. TWICE

 

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Girl group TWICE asserted their dominance with 18 spellbinding shows, selling 345,000 tickets and accumulating a formidable $54.2 million USD. Their magnetic performances earned them a commendable #41 position in the all-genre "Top 100."

 

4. TXT

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Tomorrow X Together (TXT) embarked on spirited performances with 27 shows, selling 379,000 tickets and amassing a noteworthy $46.8 million USD in total revenue. TXT secured the #54 spot in the all-genre "Top 100," showcasing their rising prominence.

 

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5. SEVENTEEN

SEVENTEEN, with their impactful tour, held 12 dynamic shows, selling 440,000 tickets and accumulating an impressive $43.3 million USD in total revenue. Their compelling performances earned them the #58 spot in the all-genre "Top 100."

K-Pop's resurgence on the global stage is undeniable, and these K-pop starts with  top-grossing tours are a testament to the genre's enduring popularity and ability to captivate audiences worldwide. As fans eagerly anticipate more performances and tours, K-Pop continues to solidify its place as a formidable force in the international music landscape.

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