BTS announces four SoFi stadium dates starting November 27



BTS gives fans “permission to dance on stage LA ”, with the announcement Monday of the group’s return to Los Angeles for four shows at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood on November 27-28 and December 1-2.

Presale tickets are available the first week of October, giving members of the BTS Hardcore Army plenty of time to work out their ticket buying strategies for the long-awaited concerts.

Fans who have purchased VIP tickets for the 2020 Map Of The Soul Tour – North America are getting their first tickets, with a presale starting October 5 at 3 pm PT. All other ticket buyers for this particular tour will have their chance starting October 6 at 3 p.m. PT.

Presale for members of the BTS Global Official Fanclub Army begins October 7; General pre-sale for verified fans begins October 8, and the general public is eligible for tickets on October 9, all at 3 p.m. PT.

The announcement follows the group’s appearance before the United Nations General Assembly. Addressing the stage of a sustainability event, the seven-member musical juggernaut appeared in front of the famous green marble backdrop of the General Assembly Hall on September 20 to help promote the goals of UN for 2030, including the eradication of extreme poverty, preservation of the planet and the achievement of gender equality.

“Every choice we make is the start of change, not the end,” said RM, the group leader.

In August, BTS had yet to announce rescheduled dates for its “Map of the Soul” world tour which was due to begin in April 2020, but entertainment / management company Big Hit Music released a statement through its platform. Weverse fans saying the trek had been canceled.

“Our company has been working hard to resume preparations for the BTS Map of the Soul tour, knowing that all fans have been looking forward to the tour for a long time,” Big Hit Music said in a statement. Variety reported on August 20. “Due to changing circumstances beyond our control, it has become difficult to resume performance on the same scale and on the same schedule as planned.”

The statement added: “We are working to prepare a viable schedule and performance format that can meet your expectations, and we will provide updated advice as soon as possible.”

So the “Permission To Dance” shows are a silver lining for the BTS military that the tour could be just above the foreseeable horizon.

The SoFi Stadium concerts will take place under national and regional health regulations, according to the Seoul announcement, and will mark the group’s first live performances since the 2019 final “Love Yourself: Speak Yourself” concerts, three nights, sold. in the hometown Oct. 26-29 at the Jamsil Olympic Stadium in Seoul, which sold 129,268 tickets and grossed more than $ 12 million.

Their only other appearances since then were on the KIIS-FM radio show “Jingle Ball” at the Forum in Inglewood, Calif. On December 26, 2019, which sold 16,726 tickets.

BTS, in six years of Boxoffice report to Poll Star, turned out to be a heavyweight, with an average of 68,082 tickets sold and a gross per show of $ 8,501,918. SoFi Stadium has the capacity to surpass that average, with a normal capacity of 70,000 but expandable to over 100,000 for special events, including the Super Bowl.

Earlier this month, BTS announced that the “BTS Permission To Dance On Stage” live concert will take place on October 24. BTS set a new Guinness World Record for most viewers for a live music concert with their June 14, 2020, “Bang Bang Downside: The Live.”

756,000 fans from over 100 countries watched the performance live online from Seoul, South Korea. Thus, the 100-minute stream, consisting of live performances of 12 songs, skits and interludes, drew the equivalent of 15 stadiums of fans from around the world, making it the largest paid online music event in the world. story, according to the group management company Big Hit Entertainment.

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