BTS, the South Korean Band, has announced their 2020 World tour. The band revealed tour plans and a new album Map of the Soul: 7 for the audience. The band will be on a massive run with the new album. The run kicks off in their birthplace Seoul, South Korean and stretches to North America and Europe with few stops in Japan also. This tour is going to a huge one.
Kicking off in April at the band’s formation ground, BTS will be hitting the U.S. roads from late April to entire June. The boys group will hit the European shows in July and they will conclude their World tour after performing throughout August in Japan. The group will be on a very tight schedule in this 2020 World tour with stops over the world.
The upcoming album Map of the Soul: 7 will available on 21 February as the day has been chosen for the release. Early January of 2020 the band has dropped a fresh single ‘Black Swan’ from their upcoming album Map of the Soul: 7. The album is a dance inspired one. The tracks are full of beats and get everyone in line with the rhythm. The group has also announced that they will fund 22 art installations. BTS will help art installations in London, Seoul, New York, Berlin and Buenos Aires. The band might plan something mysterious in this tour as in his tour dates a question mark hits kind of mystery event.
BTS will have a busy time tour the world with new album. The band is very excited about the run. The fans will have good time with the band throughout the journey.
The show tickets will go on in February. The pre-sale starts on 5th February while the general sale of tickets begins on 7th February. To grab one for you and to know show details check out the list below.
BTS World Tour Dates and Venues:
- Apr. 11: Seoul, South Korea – Olympic Stadium
- Apr. 12: Seoul, South Korea – Olympic Stadium
- Apr. 18: Seoul, South Korea – Olympic Stadium
- Apr. 19: Seoul, South Korea – Olympic Stadium
- Apr. 25: Santa Clara, CA, USA – Levi’s Stadium
- Apr. 26: Santa Clara, CA, USA – Levi’s Stadium
- May 2: Los Angeles, CA, USA – Rose Bowl Stadium
- May 3: Los Angeles, CA, USA – Rose Bowl Stadium
- May 9: Dallas, TX, USA – Cotton Bowl Stadium
- May 10: Dallas, TX, USA – Cotton Bowl Stadium
- May 14: Orlando, FL, USA – Camping World Stadium
- May 17: Atlanta, GA, USA – Bobby Dodd Stadium
- May 23: East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA – MetLife Stadium
- May 24: East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA – MetLife Stadium
- May 27: Washington, D.C., USA – FedExField
- May 30: Toronto, ON, Canada – Rogers Centre
- May 31: Toronto, ON, Canada – Rogers Centre
- Jun. 5: Chicago, IL, USA – Soldier Field
- Jun. 6: Chicago, IL, USA – Soldier Field