BTS Playing Two Toronto Shows in May 2020




The biggest band in K-pop, BTS, will be playing two Canadian dates. Their Map of the Soul Tour comes to Toronto at the Rogers Centre in May 2020.

Live Nation has announced that the group's North American tour — promoting their upcoming album “Map of the Soul: 7” — will bring them to Toronto for their only Canadian dates on May 30 and 30 at 7:30pm.

Tickets can be initially purchased through the fan club for just two days: February 5 and February 6, and fans can register for Ticketmaster's presale between now and February 2. Fan club members will be eligible for a special presales though registering does not guarantee the opportunity to buy tickets. 

HOW TO GET TICKETS

BTS GLOBAL OFFICIAL FANCLUB ARMY MEMBERSHIP PRESALE*
Wednesday, February 5 @3PM local time

GENERAL VERIFIED FAN PRESALE**
Thursday, February 6 @3PM local time

You can register at www.ticketmaster.com/bts/.

GENERAL PUBLIC ON SALE
Friday, February 7 @3PM local time

Tickets on sale at: www.livenation.com/artists/145212/bts and www.ticketmaster.com.

*To be eligible, you must have registered for the BTS GLOBAL OFFICIAL FANCLUB ARMY MEMBERSHIP Verified Fan Presale and be verified as an official member of the fanclub. Verified members should receive an invitation by the evening of Tuesday, February 4.

**General Verified Fan Presale Registration Invitations will be sent by the evening of Wednesday, February 5.

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