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BTS to Make History With First Ever U.S. Stadium Show

As the entire world may know, BTS will be embarking on their BTS WORLD TOUR 2018: LOVE YOURSELF in late August, starting with their home country in Seoul on the 25th. Major news outlets have reported that their concerts have been selling out like candy, thousands and thousands of tickets selling out within minutes. BTS has so far managed to sell out all their concert dates.

Yet on October 6th, 2018 BTS will be making history in the U.S once again, and this time, it’s going to be huge. The popular seven member group will be known as the first ever Korean artist to perform at the Queen’s Citi Field. With their concert dates all sold out, yesterday Big Hit Entertainment had surprised all the ARMYs out their around the world with this amazing and shocking news. Citi Field is known to be able to host roughly 40,000 seats, which marks BTS to be the first ever Korean artist/group to do so.

Tickets for the New York date will be going on sale @ 4pm EST on Friday, August 17th, 2018! So be sure to mark your calendars everyone!

Meanwhile, the group’s newest album, Love Yourself: ANSWER is set to release the week after on August 24th.

With their immense popularity worldwide and rising success in the U.S., BTS definitely has the attention of the world on them right now, for they also had the success of reaching Billboard 200 with their album Love Yourself: TEAR this past May, which marked as the first non-English album to top the chart since six years ago. BTS also had the success of receiving the Top Social Artist award fortwo consecutive years at the Billboard Music Awards 2017 and 2018.

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