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BTS “LOVE YOURSELF SPEAK YOURSELF” all sold out as soon as the reservation began

BTS "LOVE YOURSELF SPEAK YOURSELF" all sold out as soon as the reservation began

What is the momentum of BTS? Bangtan’s stadium tours are all sold out as soon as the reservation began.

On the official website of the BTS on the 2nd morning, all five stadiums that started selling on the day and the day before were marked as “SOLD OUT.”

BTS announced on the 20th that it will hold a “LOVE YOURSELF SPEAK YOURSELF” stadium tour in South Korea, South America, Europe, and Japan.

This is an extension of the “LOVE YOURSELF” tour that started in August last year and continued to sell out.

During the stadium tour scheduled for 10 performances in eight cities around the world, five performances including London’s Wembley Stadium, Paris’ Stade de France, New Jersey’s MetLife, Chicago’s Soldier Field, and Los Angeles Rose Bowl, which will be held in May and June.

London’s Wembley Stadium, which drew the most attention, sold out in just an hour after the ticket was opened. Wembley Stadium is symbolic of being a concert hall where only the best stars stand.

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In addition, the Paris Stade de France and Los Angeles Rose Bowl performances were sold out, proving BTS’ ticket power.

The BTS also set a world-class stadium tour record for the first time by a Korean singer on its “LOVE YOURSELF SPEAK YOURSELF” tour.

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