BTS’s Suga to Hold First Solo World Tour: Here’s Everything You Need to Know

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BTS’s Suga is about to embark on his first solo tour, the August D world tour. The rapper officially announced on Wednesday, February 15, the dates and cities for the world tour, visiting the major cities in the U.S. and Asia.

This will be the first time Suga will go around the world to hold a concert as a solo artist and use the name August D.

BTS’s Suga World Tour

The world tour will kick off in the U.S., starting on April 26 and 27 at Belmont Park. It will be followed by a performance in Newark on April 27; Rosemont on May 3, 5, and 6; Los Angeles on May 10, 11, and 14; and Oakland on May 16 and 17.

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From there, he will begin his Asian tour in Jakarta on May 26 to 28, Bangkok on June 10 to 11, and Singapore on June 17 to 18. He will also have a two-night concert at Jamsil Indoor Stadium in Seoul, South Korea, on June 24 to 25.

Suga will later announce more details about his upcoming scheduled performance in Japan.

Tickets Pre-Sales

Ticket pre-sales will begin on March 1 for Army Membership holders with Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan Registration only. It’s now open until February 23.

All tickets will be on sale during the pre-sale dates. If it sells out, there will be no General Verified Fan pre-sale or public sale of tickets to be held.

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If the tickets remain after the Verified Fan pre-sale, the general verified fan tickets will go pre-sale in March. The public will then have access to buy tickets on March 3.

BTS’s Solo Projects

Last year, BTS took a hiatus as a group to give way to its members’ solo activities. However, they all stressed that they weren’t breaking up and only focused on solo endeavors.

"We're going into a hiatus now," Suga said in a more-than-an-hour video posted on YouTube with English subtitles.

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Their agency, Hybe, then confirmed the news and cleared that the band would still have projects as a group and individually.

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