NCT’s concert film, “NCT NATION : To The World in Cinemas,” will be released in theatres on two dates — December 6 and December 10, 2023. The concert film features a live recording of the group’s “NCT NATION : To The World” concert held on August 26th at the Incheon Munhak Stadium Main Stadium. Notably, this concert marks NCT’s first full-group offline performance since their debut in 2016, showcasing collective and individual team stages that stirred significant excitement.

This concert film was shot with 18 dedicated cameras, capturing various angles and providing a vivid portrayal of the concert’s energy and behind-the-scenes moments on the theater screen. “NCT NATION : To The World in Cinemas” will be available in over 60 countries worldwide. Please find local showtimes and tickets HERE.

Earlier this year, NCT released their fourth studio album, Golden Age, which became the NCT’s third full-group album to enter the Billboard 200 chart. It also debuted in the top 5 of Billboard’s Top Album Sales and World Albums charts. Tracks for the album were performed at the “NCT Nation : To The World” concert, which also included special stages from the members, NCT 127, NCT DREAM and WayV.

In 2021, NCT released Universe – The 3rd Album which debuted in the Top 20 of the Billboard Top 200 chart and in the Top 5 of Billboard’s Top Album Sales chart. The album also surpassed 1.7 million preorders on the day of release, breaking the group’s previous record of 1.1 million preorders for their 2020 album NCT RESONANCE Pt. 1 – The 2nd Album.

With 3.5M+ monthly Spotify listeners, 17.1M+ Instagram followers, and 11M+ Twitter followers, NCT is known for having a unique group concept, their dedicated fans and their irreplicable performances.

NCT is the acronym for “Neo Culture Technology”. The band made its debut in April 2016 with double digital singles “The 7th Sense” and “Without You.” Since debut, NCT has achieved global success with five Top 10 Hits on Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales chart including both debut digital singles and other hits like “90’s Love,” “Boss,” “Baby Don’t Stop,” and “Coming Home.”

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