BTS announced that they would continue to extend their unprecedented worldwide stadium tour starting in May.
By Anna Kim
World famous K-pop boy band BTS kicks off their 2019 world tour with a stop at Rose Bowl Stadium, May 4, in Los Angeles, California. Following a record-breaking 2018, BTS is further cementing their position as the biggest pop act on the planet under the title of “Love Yourself: Speak Yourself.”
The tour has a line-up of eight stadiums spanning North America, South America, Europe, and Asia- fresh after their first-ever stadium show in New York at Citi Field Stadium last October, which was sold-out in minutes.
How much does it cost you to enjoy this phenomenal showcase? BTS concert tickets prices in 2019 can vary by data and venue. There are always great deals to be found online. The get-in price, or lowest price for a ticket to the BTS concert in 2019 is $102 and the maximum ticket price can be found for $19,700, a price that could only apply to the best BTS tickets available. BTS ticket prices will fluctuate based on many factors such as inventory and demand.
What’s the duration of the BTS concert 2019? It can last up to three hours and expect up to 20 songs, plus at least one encore which includes up to five songs. So, be sure you stay until the very end! While songs vary from show to show, BTS’s setlist will likely feature many of the band’s classics, including Fake Love, MIC Drop, DNA, Blood, Sweat, & Tears, No More Dream, and Save Me.
Formed in 2013 and having quickly developed one of the world’s most ardent fan bases, alias ARMY, the K-pop boy band is composed of members V, J-Hope, RM, Jin, Jimin, Jungkook, and Suga. This septet recently made history as the first Korean act to present at the GRAMMY Awards. This is not the only feat they have achieved. In 2018, BTS scored two #1 albums on the Billboard 200, embarked on a sold out world tour, and landed the cover of TIME.
BTS was also invited to attend the launch of UNICEF’s new project called Generation Unlimited, which took place on the 24th of September, 2018 at the UN, a day before the general assembly kicked off. This was the first time that a K-pop band has been invited to the UN General Assembly. BTS delivered a three-minute speech for the assembly’s regular session. Group leader RM made a powerful and touching speech.
Like The Beatles and One Direction before them, BTS serves up a mania-including mix of heartthrob good looks and ear-worm choruses, alongside dance moves in the vein of New Kids on the Block and NSYNC. Indeed, downtime is a rare moment for the amazing boys. Their schedule might seem daunting, but it’s an encouraging sign of what’s to come!
See the BTS tour dates in 2019 below.
*May 4, Los Angeles, CA, Rose Bowl Stadium
*May 11, Chicago, IL, Soldier Field
*May 18, E. Rutherford, NJ, MetLife Stadium
*May 25, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Allianz Parque
*June 1, London, UK, Wembley Stadium connected by EE
*June 7, Paris, France, Stade de France
*July 6-7, Osaka, Japan, Yanmar Stadium Nagai
*July 13-14, Shizuoka, Japan, Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa
BTS' first-ever stadium show in New York at Citi Field Stadium last October.
BTS’s setlist will likely feature many of the band’s classics, including Fake Love, MIC Drop, DNA, Blood, Sweat, & Tears, No More Dream, and Save Me.
This septet has made history in the K-pop scene.