BTS Just Announced That They Are Coming To Toronto & It's Their Only Canadian Date
The group will play the Rogers Centre on May 30 and 31.
Toronto K-pop fans are in for some good news! After speculation and a few elaborate theatrics, the enormously popular BTS officially announced their plans to tour Canada. It was announced on Tuesday that the group would be stopping in the 6ix for their upcoming tour and that Toronto's BTS concert will be the only one in Canada.
The boy band is scheduled to play two shows in Toronto this spring, their only Canadian dates on their whole 2020 tour, before heading off to Chicago. So, if you live in Canada you may want to start planning your trip to Toronto.
The group’s highly anticipated Map of the Soul tour is scheduled to make its Canadian debut at theon May 30 and 31.
The tour will come after the release their new album "Map of the Soul: 7" which will be released on February 21, 2020
Fans hoping to grab tickets before they sell out are being encouraged to sign up for a Verified Fan Presale.
“There will be three main ways to shop for tickets: BTS’ GLOBAL OFFICIAL FANCLUB ARMY Verified Fan Presale for eligible members, Ticketmaster’s General Verified Fan Presale and a general public ticket sale,” a statement on Ticketmaster's website reads.
“Ticketmaster Verified Fan is committed to getting more tickets into the hands of fans fairly, and at the prices set by the artist. While it doesn’t guarantee that everyone who is verified will get a ticket, it does level the playing field, so more tickets go to fans who want to go to the show — not ticket bots. A simple registration is all it takes, and this quick guide will walk you through all the steps,” it adds.
The General Verified Fan presale goes on sale on February 3rd, 2020.
However, members of the early as today.can register for their presale tickets as
Many of the boy bands fans were already aware of the concert after cryptic light messages began appearing throughout Toronto's skyline earlier this week.
Thehad Toronto fans eagerly awaiting a Toronto tour announcement after the names of the group’s seven members began flashing on multiple city buildings.