IZ*ONE is one of the fastest-rising K-pop groups today. The 12-member girl group is highly praised for their incredible talent. Now, IZ*ONE appears to push their limits even further as they announced their upcoming online concert called ONE, The Story.
It's no secret that the pandemic has affected the music industry and the group is no exception. Most of their recent performances were only held at an empty studio after their tours were put on hold. However, all of that will come to an end as fans will finally able to watch their stans live soon.
IZ*One Will Have an Online Concert Soon
IZ*ONE just shared a new trailer for their online concert on their official YouTube channel. The trailer only lasted for 30 seconds, which featured short throwback clips of the group's past concerts. The trailer also revealed their upcoming online concert titled, ONE, The Story.
The teaser ended with the premiere date of the virtual concert, which was split into two parts. This means that fans will be able to watch IZ*ONE for two straight days. IZ*ONE's online concert will premiere on March 13, followed by a second installment on March 14.
What to Expect in IZ*One's Upcoming Online Concert
There's not a lot of information about IZ*ONE's upcoming concert. However, fans can expect that the group will perform their top hits like Panorama, FIESTA, Violeta, and most importantly, their debut song, La Vie en Rose. Fans should also look forward to the group's new song, D-D-Dance.
Aside from that, it has been reported that the concept of ONE, The Story will tell the journey of how IZ*ONE and WIZ*ONE come together. Tickets are already on sale for Korea and Japan. Meanwhile, international fans can still make reservations on other ticketing platforms.
Will This Be the Last IZ*One Concert?
According to Mwave's official Twitter, this will be the last concert of the girl group IZ*ONE. Apparently, IZ*ONE's contract is about to end in April 2021. The group also shared a poster for their online concert which looks exactly the same as their debut poster.
Meanwhile, there are reports stating that Off The Record Entertainment is in talks to extend IZ*ONE's contract. However, some are having doubts as the girl group was originally intended to only last for two years and six months.