As the music industry continues to innovate within the world of live touring, international K-Pop phenomenon and Republic Records recording artists, TWICE, hosted a powerhouse, online concert this past weekend, loaded with full on-stage production, elaborate costume changes, and state-of-the-art visuals to match.  Titled “Beyond LIVE – TWICE: World in A Day,” the 90-minute set was shot live, and featured some of the group’s biggest hits, as well as new music from their latest Billboard chart-topping album MORE & MORE.

Marking the group’s first official concert since their 2019 World Tour, TWICELIGHTS, the live-streamed “World in A Day” event that had viewers from 126+ countries, incorporated a unique blend of international themes, an ode to their fans worldwide.  From Asia to North America, each set-up took inspiration from their fans’ various regions, across the globe, all of which have become near and dear to the group. TWICE introduced another incredible performance reflecting their desire to visit their fans, often referred to as ONCE, all around the world, reimagining each stage as if they were currently performing in a different city, on a World Tour.

Beyond LIVE is an online concert platform, where fans can join from all over the globe without any limitation of time and space. The show features digital interaction and grand artwork, where extraordinary technology has been integrated. From the show’s elaborate visuals, to the styling and song choices, “TWICE: World in A Day,” is a pure representation of the special and unique bond TWICE shares with their fans ONCE.

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