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It was announced on November 29, 2013 that Girls' Generation would embark on their third nationwide Japan tour on April 26, 2014, with an initial total of 17 stops in support of their third Japanese studio album, Love & Peace. Through three concert tours in Japan since 2011, the group attracted a cumulative total of 550,000 spectators, setting the record for a K-pop girl group. At their latest three-day concert series held in Tokyo from July 11, the group enthralled Japanese fans by performing mega-hits including Gee, I Got a Boy, Mr. Mr, as well as tracks such as Motorcycle and Gossip Girls on their third Japanese full-length album. The group also unveiled their brand new ballad Indestructible from the new album THE BEST set to drop on July 23 in Japan.

Main SetAct 1 "Motorcycle" "Gossip Girls" "Galaxy Supernova" "Flower Power" (MC) "You-aholic" "Karma Butterfly" "The Great Escape" Act 2 "Lips" "My oh My" "Do the Catwalk" Act 3 "Lingua Franca" "Europa" "Girls & Peace" Act 4 "Time Machine" "Not Alone" "All My Love Is for You" (Acoustic) Act 5 "Genie" (Japanese Version) "Paparazzi" "Mr.Mr." (Japanese Version) Act 6 "Beep Beep" "Flyers" "Gee" (Japanese Version) "Love & Girls" "Everyday Love" Encore "Mr. Taxi" "I Got a Boy" "Blue Jeans" "Stay Girls" Double Encore "Indestructible" "Love & Girls" Double encore was only performed at Tokyo, July, 2014 as the last concert of the tour. The present of "Indestructible" only it was a "Lyric Video" of this song. Special Set List

The DVD and Blu-ray features their third nationwide tour, visiting seven venues for a total of 17 shows. There will be four different versions: a DVD and Blu-ray version, both with a regular and limited edition. The limited editions will come with special footage content, a 44-page photobook pamphlet, and a tour documentary.

Turn It Up, Lott's debut studio album, was released in September 2009 by Mercury Records. It peaked at number six on the UK Albums Chart and was certified double platinum by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI). The album spawned the UK number-one singles "Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh)" and "Boys and Girls", as well as the top-20 hits "Cry Me Out", "Gravity" and "Turn It Up". Turn It Up was reissued as Turn It Up Louder in October 2010, including the single "Broken Arrow", which charted at number 12 in the United Kingdom. Young Foolish Happy, Lott's second studio album, was released in November 2011, reaching number 18 on the UK Albums Chart. Its lead single, "All About Tonight", became Lott's third number one on the UK Singles Chart, while subsequent singles "What Do You Take Me For" (featuring American rapper Pusha T) and "Kiss the Stars" peaked at numbers 10 and 8, respectively. Pixie Lott, Lott's eponymous third studio album, was released in August 2014, reaching number 15 on the UK Albums Chart. Two singles were released from the album, "Nasty" and "Lay Me Down" peaked at numbers 9 and 114, respectively. Platinum Pixie: Hits, Lott's greatest hits album, was released in November 2014, reaching number 107 on the UK Albums Chart. One single was released from the album, "Caravan of Love".

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