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REVIEW: TOMORROW X TOGETHER Bids Farewell to ACT:LOVESICK Tour In Manila

South Korean boy-group Tomorrow X Together formally ended their ACT:LOVESICK World Tour, their first-ever, with a 2-day concert held at the MOA Arena, presented by Pulp Live World. MOAs were able to cap off their week with special moments shared with Yeonjun, Soobin, Beomgyu. Taehyun, and Hueningkai. 



Photo courtesy: BIGHIT MUSIC 


GETTING UP-CLOSE AND PERSONAL WITH TXT

The experience for both days started with intimate soundcheck parties with select VIP MOAs who were able to hear rehearsal performances of "ANTI-ROMANTIC," "MAGIC," "CAT & DOG," and "LO$ER=LO♡ER" on different days. The once-in-a-lifetime experience also allowed select fans to have interactions with their biases as well.

HEARING BEST VOCALS

One of the rarest things fans will be able to experience when seeing TXT live would definitely be mics being on. Throughout two nights at the arena, live vocals were definitely heard throughout the sets further solidifying TXT as vocal leaders in the 4th generations rosters of K-POP groups.

AN OUT OF THIS WORLD CONCERT PRODUCTION  

ACT:LOVESICK visually and musically transports watchers to the worlds of different Tomorrow X Together songs. With production sets executed well accompanied by visually-appealing stage projections, the concert perfectly introduces what TXT is: a group focused on presenting out-of-this world experiences focused on great performances. 

Photo courtesy: BIGHIT MUSIC 


The 2-day concert was special for MOAs because the group performing at a venue called MOA Arena with their MOABONGS. Safe to say, it is was definitely a show MOAs, even internationally, had eyes on. 


This had the members of TXT spend a little more time thanking fans after the show while they were being showered by love and fan projects from their Filipino MOAs. Fanprojects included banners displayed at the VIP Seated area, while fans from all over the arena flew their paper airplanes for the boys. Indeed, it was a MAGICal night being reminded by TXT that we should accept our ANTI-ROMANTIC and LO$ER=LO♡ER selves as we always have them behind our backs. 




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