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List of Winner concert tours

The South Korean group Winner has embarked on two concert tours (WINNER Zepp Tour 2014 and WINNER Hall Tour 2015) and all of it were in Japan. The group held their first concert tour in Japan last September 11, 2014.

ToursEdit

Winner 2014 Zepp Tour in JapanEdit

WINNER 2014 Zepp Tour was a debut concert in commemoration of their Japan Debut Album 2014 S/S Japan Collection. The Tour had 11 Dates which started from Sept. 11 - Oct. 11, 2014 and gathered more than 25,000 fans.[1][2]

Setlist


Act 1 - VCR

  1. "Love is a Lie"
  2. "Tonight"
  3. "Different"

Act 2 - VCR

  1. "I'm Him" (Mino solo)
  2. "High High" (cover GD & TOP) (Mino and Seunghoon)
  3. "Oh Yeah" (cover GD & TOP feat. Bom) (Mino, Seunghoon and Jinwoo)
  4. "Confession" (Taehyun solo)
  5. "Shiroi Kumo no Youni" (Taehyun and Seungyoon)
  6. "LaLaLaLa Love Song" (cover Takuya Kimura)

Act 3 - VCR

  1. "Color Ring"
  2. "But"
  3. "Empty"
  4. "Don't Flirt"
  5. "Smile Again"
Encore
  1. "Just Another Boy"
  2. "Love is a Lie"
  3. "Smile Again"
  4. "Go Up"
Date City Country Venue Attendance
September 11, 2014 Tokyo Japan Zepp Tokyo 25,000[1]
September 23, 2014 Sapporo Zepp Sapporo
September 28, 2014 Fukuoka Zepp Fukuoka
September 30, 2014 Nagoya Zepp Nagoya
October 1, 2014
October 3, 2014 Osaka Zepp Namba
October 4, 2014
October 10, 2014 Tokyo Zepp Tokyo
October 11, 2014 (12:00)
October 11, 2014 (16:00)

Winner Japan Tour 2015Edit

Setlist

This set list is representative of their second show in Tokyo, September 9, 2015.

  1. "Just Another Boy"
  2. "Smile Again"
  3. "Empty"
  4. "Color Ring"
  5. "But"
  6. "Confession" (Nam Tae Hyun)
  7. "Wild & Young" (Kang Seung Yoon)
  8. "Glamorous Sky" (Kang Seung Yoon & Nam Tae Hyun)
  9. "I'm Him" (Song Min Ho)
  10. "Good Boy (GDTaeyang song)" (Lee Seung Hoon & Song Min Ho)
  11. "Up (Epik High song)" (Lee Seung Hoon & Song Min Ho & Kim Jin Woo)
  12. "Spoiler (Epik High song)" (Lee Seung Hoon & Song Min Ho & Nam Tae Hyun)
  13. "Begin" (Kang Seung Yoon & Nam Tae Hyun)
  14. "Missing You (2NE1 song)"
  15. "Tonight"
  16. "Different"
  17. "Don't Flirt"
  18. "Love Is A Lie"
  19. "Go Up"
Encore
  1. "Fantastic Baby (BIGBANG song)"
  2. "Smile Again"
  3. "Just Another Boy"
Tour Dates[3]
Date City Country Venue Attendance
September 6, 2015 Shiga Japan Biwako Great Hall 36,000[4]
September 8, 2015 Tokyo Nakano Sun Plaza
September 9, 2015
September 12, 2015 Miyagi Sendai Izumi Cultural Creation Center
September 20, 2015 Hiroshima Hiroshima Culture Academy HBG Hall
September 21, 2015 Fukuoka Fukuoka Sun Palace Hotel & Hall
September 23, 2015 Hyogo Kobe Culture Hall
September 27, 2015 Kanagawa Kanagawa Prefecture People's Hall
October 9, 2015 Aichi Aichi Prefectural Theater Great Hall
October 12, 2015 Osaka Osaka International Conventional Center Main Hall
October 25, 2015 Hokkaido Nitori Culture Hall

Winner 2016 EXIT TourEdit

Date City Country Venue Attendance
March 12, 2016 Seoul South Korea Olympic Gymnastics Arena 33,000
March 13, 2016
March 26, 2016 Gwangju KimDaejung Convention Center
April 2, 2016 Daegu Daegu Exco
April 23, 2016 Busan Busan KBS Hall
June 18, 2016 Chiba Japan Makuhari Messe 36,000 [5]
June 19, 2016
June 25, 2016 Fukuoka Fukuoka Sun Palace Hotel & Hall
June 26, 2016
July 2, 2016 Nagoya Nagoya Congress Center
July 3, 2016
July 16, 2016 Kobe World Memorial Hall
July 17, 2016
July 18, 2016
Total 69,000

Winner Japan Tour 2018 ~We’ll always be young~Edit

Date City Country Venue Attendance
February 10, 2018
Two shows
Chiba Japan Ichiharashi City Hall 34,000[6]
February 12, 2018
Two shows
Osaka Festival Hall
February 25, 2018 Kobe Kobe International House
March 10, 2018 Kawasaki Kawasaki City Sports and Cultural Research Center
March 11, 2018
Two shows
March 21, 2018 Fukuoka Fukuoka Civic Hall
March 31, 2018 Nagoya Nagoya Congress Center
April 28, 2018 Tokyo Nippon Budokan

Winner Everywhere TourEdit

Setlist

This set list is representative of their show in Los Angeles, January 20, 2019.

  1. "Really Really"
  2. "Hello"
  3. "Air"
  4. "Everyday"
  5. "Trigger" (Song Min Ho)
  6. "Fiance" (Song Min Ho)
  7. "Untitled" (Kim Jin Woo cover)
  8. "It Rains" (Kang Seung Yoon)
  9. "Youth" (Kang Seung Yoon cover)
  10. "Instinctively" (Kang Seung Yoon cover)
  11. "Ringa Linga" (Lee Seung Hoon cover)
  12. "Serenade" (Lee Seung Hoon)
  13. "We Were"
  14. "For"
  15. "Raining"
  16. "Empty"
  17. "Movie Star"
  18. "Immature"
  19. "Millions"
  20. "Special Night"
  21. "Island"
  22. "Love Me Love Me"
  23. "LA LA"
Encore
  1. "Don't Flirt"
  2. "Luxury"
  3. "Really Really"
  4. "Everyday"
Date City Country Venue Attendance
Leg One: Asia
August 19, 2018 Seoul South Korea KSPO Dome N/A
September 8, 2018
(2 shows)
Osaka Japan Orix Theater
September 9, 2018
September 15, 2018 Sendai Sendai Sun Plaza
September 17, 2018 Kurashiki Kurashiki City Auditorium
September 23, 2018 Taipei Taiwan NTSU Arena 4,500[7]
September 29, 2018 Nagasaki Japan Nagasaki Brick Hall N/A
September 30, 2018 Kagoshima Houzan Hall
October 2, 2018 Fukuoka Fukuoka Civic Hall
October 3, 2018
October 5, 2018 Shizuoka Shizuoka City Culture Hall
October 6, 2018
(2 shows)
Nagoya NTK Hall
October 8, 2018
(2 shows)
Yokohama Pacifico Yokohama
October 14, 2018 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Malawati Indoor Stadium 6,500[8]
October 21, 2018 Bangkok Thailand Thunder Dome 5,000[9]
November 3, 2018 Singapore Singapore The MAX Pavilion 4,200[10]
November 10, 2018 Pasay Philippines Mall of Asia Arena TBA
November 17, 2018 Jakarta Indonesia Tennis Indoor Senayan
November 24, 2018 Hong Kong China AsiaWorld–Arena
Seoul Encore
January 5, 2019 Seoul South Korea KSPO Dome TBA
Leg Two: North America
January 15, 2019 Seattle United States Paramount Theater TBA
January 18, 2019 San Francisco The Masonic
January 20, 2019 Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium
January 22, 2019 Dallas Toyota Music Factory
January 24, 2019 Chicago Rosemont Theatre
January 27, 2019 Toronto Canada Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
January 29, 2019 New York United States Hulu Theater

Winner Japan Tour 2019Edit

Date City Country Venue Attendance
July 3, 2019 Tokyo Japan Nakano Sun Plaza TBA
July 15, 2019 Osaka Osaka Castle Hall
July 17, 2019 Nagoya Nagoya Congress Center
July 28, 2019 Chiba Makuhari Messe 10,000[11]
August 10, 2019 Tokyo Olympus Hall Hachioji TBA
August 31, 2019 Shizuoka Shizuoka City Community Hall
September 1, 2019 Aichi Nagoya Civil Hall
September 14, 2019 Kyoto ROHM Theatre
September 16, 2019 Fukuoka Marine Messe
Total 50,000[12]

Winner Cross TourEdit

Date City Country Venue Attendance
October 26, 2019 Seoul South Korea KSPO Dome TBA
October 27, 2019
November 22, 2019 Taipei Taiwan NTSU Arena (Linkou Arena)
December 21, 2019 Jakarta Indonesia Tennis Indoor Senayan
December 28, 2019 Macao Macao Studio City Event Center
December 29, 2019
January 11, 2020 Bangkok Thailand Thunder Dome, Muang Thong Thani
January 12, 2020
January 18, 2020 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Axiata Arena
January 25, 2020 Manila Philippines Mall Of Asia Arena
February 1, 2020 Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam SECC
February 8, 2020 Singapore Singapore The Star Theatre

Fan MeetingEdit

Worldwide Inner Circle Conference: WWIC 2015Edit

Setlist
  1. "DJ'ing" (Taehyun solo)
  2. "Go Up"
  3. "Love is a Lie"
  4. "Tonight"
  5. "Different"
  6. "But"
  7. "Don't Flirt"
Encore
  1. "Just Another Boy"
  2. "Smile Again"
Tour Dates[13]
Date City Country Venue Attendance
January 10, 2015 Beijing China Workers Indoor Arena 31,000[14]
January 17, 2015 Shanghai Grand Stage
January 24, 2015 Shenzhen Bao'an Gymnasium
January 31, 2015 Seoul South Korea Olympic Gymnastics Arena
February 20, 2015 Osaka Japan Osaka IMP Hall
February 21, 2015
February 22, 2015 Tokyo Tokyo Gotanda U-Port

Fanevent 2017 in JapanEdit

Tour Dates[15]
Date City Country Venue
May 3, 2017
(Two Shows)
Nagoya Japan NGK Spark Plug Citizen's Center
May 4, 2017
(Two Shows)
Osaka NHK Osaka Hall
May 17, 2017
(Two Shows)
Tokyo Nakano Sun Plaza
June 10, 2017
(Two Shows)
Chiba Maihama Amphitheater
June 11, 2017
(Two Shows)
Osaka Dojima River Forum

ReferencesEdit

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  5. ^ "위너, 日투어 성료…3만 6천 관객과 굿바이". xsportsnews (in Korean). April 28, 2018. Retrieved August 3, 2019.
  6. ^ "WINNER、初の日本武道館「人生の中で一番幸せな瞬間でした」". Barks (in Japanese). April 28, 2018. Retrieved August 3, 2019.
  7. ^ "WINNER躲酒店嗑牛肉麵 姜昇潤獨吞芒果冰". Apple Daily. Retrieved September 24, 2018.
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  9. ^ "Tickets for WINNER's First Ever Concert in Thailand All Sold Out". YG Life. Retrieved October 5, 2018.
  10. ^ "K-pop band is a Winner". The Strait Times. Retrieved November 5, 2018.
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  12. ^ "WINNER、初のアリーナツアーに追加公演決定。自身最多5万人動員のツアーに". Barks (in Japanese). July 29, 2019. Retrieved September 16, 2019.
  13. ^ "WWIC Worldwide Inner Circle Conference 2015". YG Entertainment. Retrieved January 10, 2016.
  14. ^ http://www.mwave.me/en/news/news/view/87734/Winner-Gathers-31%2C500-Fans-for--%E2%80%99WWIC%E2%80%99-Fan-Meeting-in-Korea%2C-China-and-Japan
  15. ^ "『WINNER FANEVENT 2017 IN JAPAN』". WINNER - YGEX. Retrieved April 16, 2017.

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