When Do BTS Concert Tickets and Dates Come Out?

With Map of the Soul: 7 only a few weeks away, it’s time to get excited, BTS fans! Thanks to an announcement from BigHit Entertainment, fans officially learned the dates and locations of this stadium tour. When do BTS concert tickets come out? Which cities is this K-pop group making stops at? Here’s what we know about the dates and the tickets for BTS’ Map of the Soul Tour.

BigHit Entertainment teased BTS’ upcoming tour earlier this month

With the announcement of Map of the Soul: 7 came news of the K-pop group’s upcoming live performances. This would be the first time in 2020 that BTS would go on tour and, of course, that’s a pretty big deal for BTS fans everywhere.

After some fan speculation, the official dates dropped on Jan. 21, 2020, sharing dates at Metlife Stadium, Tokyo Dome, and Rose Bowl Stadium. They can be available for purchase primarily through Ticketmaster, though official prices have not been revealed yet.

K-pop sensation BTS are seen at Jimmy Kimmel Live on November 15, 2017
K-pop sensation BTS are seen at Jimmy Kimmel Live on November 15, 2017 | PG/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images

When do tickets for BTS’ concerts come out?

There are a few different dates for fans looking to purchase BTS tickets. The first “presale” is available for the Global Official Fanclub ARMY, beginning at 3 p.m. local time on Feb. 5 through 11 p.m. local time on Feb. 6.

According to Billboard, “General Verified Fan presale will begin at 3 p.m. local time through 11 p.m. local time” also on Feb. 6, 2020. However, fans will have to register to become eligible for this presale. Tickets go live on Feb. 7 at 3 p.m. local time for the general public.

The official dates for BTS’ ‘Map of the Soul Tour’ are:

April 11- Seoul, South Korea – Olympic Stadium
April 12 – Seoul, South Korea – Olympic Stadium
April 18 – Seoul, South Korea – Olympic Stadium
April 19 – Seoul, South Korea – Olympic Stadium
April 25 – Santa Clara, CA, USA – Levi’s Stadium
April 26 – Santa Clara, CA, USA – Levi’s Stadium
May 2 – Los Angeles, CA, USA – Rose Bowl Stadium
May 3 – Los Angeles, CA, USA – Rose Bowl Stadium
May 9 – Dallas, TX, USA – Cotton Bowl Stadium
May 10 – Dallas, TX, USA – Cotton Bowl Stadium
May 14 – Orlando, FL, USA – Camping World Stadium
May 17 – Atlanta, GA, USA – Bobby Dodd Stadium
May 23 – East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA – MetLife Stadium
May 24 – East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA – MetLife Stadium
May 27 – Washington, D.C., USA – FedExField
May 30 – Toronto, ON, Canada – Rogers Centre
May 31 – Toronto, ON, Canada – Rogers Centre
June 5 – Chicago, IL, USA – Soldier Field
June 6 – Chicago, IL, USA – Soldier Field
June 13 – ??
June 14- ??
June 28 – Fukuoka, Japan – Fukuoka PayPay Dome
June 29 – Fukuoka, Japan – Fukuoka PayPay Dome
July 3 – London, UK – Twickenham Stadium
July 4 – London, UK – Twickenham Stadium
July 11 – Berlin, Germany – Olympiastadion Berlin
July 12 – Berlin, Germany – Olympiastadion Berlin
July 17 – Barcelona, Spain – Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys
July 18 – Barcelona, Spain – Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys
July 23 – Osaka, Japan – Kyocera Dome Osaka
July 25 – Osaka, Japan – Kyocera Dome Osaka
July 26 – Osaka, Japan – Kyocera Dome Osaka
July 30 – Osaka, Japan – Kyocera Dome Osaka
August 1 – Osaka, Japan – Kyocera Dome Osaka
August 2 – Osaka, Japan – Kyocera Dome Osaka
August 7 – Saitama, Japan – MetLife Dome
August 8 – Saitama, Japan – MetLife Dome
September 1 – Tokyo, Japan – Tokyo Dome
September 2 – Tokyo, Japan – Tokyo Dome

Map of the Soul: 7 premieres on Feb. 21, 2020. Until then, fans can stream music by BTS on platforms like Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube.