BTS Releases Locations And Dates For Their 'Map Of The Soul' Tour


BigHit released the BTS tour dates and fans are excited about it. Find more details about the tour dates, the venue and all about the concert.

Written By Shrishaila Bhandary | Mumbai | Updated On:

Bangtan Sonyeondan a.k.a. BTS will make their much-awaited comeback in February. The seven-member boyband were a top trend globally after their latest track Black Swan took fans by storm.

The art film did not feature the band but it featured a contemporary dance group from the reputed MN Dance Academy. Furthermore, BTS’ parent company BigHit released the BTS tour dates on their official Twitter.

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The hype around BTS Tour dates 

BigHit teased an initial tour news in December 2020. They released a tour picture with a vague caption which created a lot of speculation within the fandom. However, on January 21st IST BigHit released the official and final BTS tour dates inclusive of the tour line-up, venue details, and days on their Twitter handle.

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BTS will mark the start of their new album’s tour in hometown Seoul at the massive Olympic Stadium on April 11th, 2020. Further, the group will head to destinations in the North America region. They will also hold concerts in Barcelona, London, and Berlin.

There are new venue additions in Canada and the U.S.A. this year. The first part of the tour will end in Japanese cities namely Osaka, Saitama, and Tokyo.

Here is a glimpse of BTS tour dates 

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Fans went berserk over the news and started hoarding around their cities after the BTS tour dates were released:

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