Last August, K-pop sensation BTS declared they would be taking an all-encompassing break for an undefined measure of time following their Love Yourself World Tour that finished in April 2019. Be that as it may, on Jan. 7, they declared the arrival of their seventh studio collection, Map of the Soul: 7. In view of that, is BTS visiting the UK in 2020?
Prepare, on the grounds that the gathering will feature two dates at London’s Twickenham Stadium this July. These are the main two British dates on their ‘Guide of the Soul’ visit, however they have left two dates in June free for some puzzling explanation. As iNews intriguingly brings up, there’s a likelihood that if the Twickenham shows sell out rapidly, that more shows in the UK could be included. It is anything but a terrible yell, seeing as there’s just a single gig in the middle of the Chicago and London dates. Clearly more information will be accessible closer the time, so I’ll keep this refreshed with any changes.
On the off chance that you can’t make the Twickenham appears, BTS has two increasingly European goals in their agenda before they head over to Japan in late July. These remember two shows at Berlin’s Olympiastadion Berlin for July 11-12, and Barcelona’s Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys Stadium on July 17-18.
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Data on where to get tickets, close by sell dates and times, presently can’t seem to be reported for the UK. In any case, as Digital Spy calls attention to, tickets will get accessible for fans in the U.S. on Feb. 7 through Live Nation, just shy of two months before the main show in Santa Clara. Running with that rationale, tickets here could go on special at some point in May.
So to what extent do you need to get acquainted with Map of the Soul: 7before the visit? A week ago (Jan. 17) saw the presentation of its first single ‘Dark Swan’, which goes before the collection’s Feb. 21 release date.