TXT members posing for the camera

TXT held its first in-person concert for the fans!

The South Korean boy band, TXT had their first hybrid concert on March 6th, 2021 since the pandemic started. Fans could attend the event both virtually and in-person. With the amazing performances of the members and spectacular stages, fans are euphoric as they are trending the hashtag, 'ShinexTXT' number one on Twitter in the US. The tweet has gotten more than 465K tweets within a few minutes. Scroll down to check out the details of the event!  

TXT members looking ethereal

The five-membered K-pop band stepped into the industry in 2019 as the juniors of the world-famous boy band, BTS (both bands are from the same label, Big Hit Entertainment). These five boys, highly inspired by their senior band, set their own records like their debut album was the highest-charting album by a male group. Woah, that sounds like a great achievement, that too, at the very start!

The handsome members of TXT

The group planned in-person meet ups with the fans but due to the increasing Covid-19 cases, those events couldn't take place.

So, this year, they planned a hybrid concert which held both in-person and online. The group performed on their songs while fans chanted and sung along with them. It was truly a memorable sight!

Several big screens were placed on stage so that fans can take a better look at the members.  All the government directives regarding Covid-19 were observed during the concert.

Let's take a look at what the fans have to say!

A fan's tweet
A fan's tweet
A fan's tweet
A fan's tweet

We agree with each of these tweets. The whole concert was like a dream! We want that this pandemic ends soon and everyone can see the beautiful stages TXT has to show. Comment your thoughts down and check out the adorable video of the band members reacting to their fans' tweets!

Estefanía Martínez

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