Taking to Twitter, Big Hit Entertainment posted a flyer announcing the 18-city tour, starting this April.
— BigHit Entertainment (@BigHitEnt) January 22, 2020
The tour will kick off in Seoul on April 11th at the Olympic Stadium where it will have four nights of shows on the (11th & 12th, 18th & 19th) and includes dates at Los Angeles’s Rose Bowl Stadium (May 2nd & 3rd), London’s Twickenham Stadium (July 3rd & 4th), and Barcelona’s Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys (July 17th & 18th).
There are currently 17 cities announced but something a little odd about the poster is that the dates June 13th-14th have question marks by them. Could this be a surprise event? It’s worth noting that KCON New York takes place on these dates, and of course, June 13th is the anniversary of the BTS debut, so could something special be planned? We’ll have to wait and see!
Looking to get pre-sale?
ARMY membership pre-sale for the US & Canada tour dates will be taking place on the Weverse app, where fans can apply to receive pre-sale access from 21st January 7:30PM (EST) / 4:30PM (PST) to 2nd February 10PM (EST) / 7PM (PST). Fans will also need to register for Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan between those same dates. Pre-sale will then officially take place on Wednesday 5th February at 3PM (venue’s local time.)
Just minutes after the pre-sale opened, ARMYs went to town and there was a lot of traffic to the Ticketmaster Verified Fan site, which caused a queue for those wanting to register. We expect nothing less when it comes to BTS, tbh.
— BTS Merch Restocks (@bt21onamazon) January 22, 2020
Though, despite the stressful queue situation, fans were still pretty hopeful in getting tickets to seeing the Bangtan Boys on their tour.
Omg!! Just purchased my plane tickets to Rose Bowl, Dallas and New Jersey!! BTS here I come!!! pic.twitter.com/40y2UYL1G3
— 💕100% NAMJIN💕 BTS ARMY💕 (@AzBTSGirl23) January 22, 2020
General sale for the tour will take place on Friday February 7th at 10AM local time.
Worried about your country not being listed on the dates? Hope isn’t lost yet, as it seems that there are more dates to be confirmed for the Map of the Soul Tour.
— ⁷ BTS Europe 🌍 (@BTS__Europe) January 22, 2020
GAH! Take our money NOW!
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