The BTS love continues
BTS have managed to sell out Wembley Stadium in just 90 minutes, it was revealed today.
The popular K-pop band announced their return to the UK this summer recently, with details of a huge show at London’s Wembley Stadium. The band also managed to sell out the Stade de France in Paris today as well.
The group – comprised of Jimin, V, RM, J-Hope, Jungkook, Suga and Jin – performed two shows at the capital’s O2 Arena last year in support of their sixth album, ‘Love Yourself: Tear’. Reviewing the band’s New York stop-off, NME hailed the concert as “a dazzling and inclusive stadium spectacular”.
You can see some of the reaction to the sold-out gigs below from those lucky enough to get tickets, and those who sadly did not:
BTS made history in 2018 as they became the first-ever K-pop group to be nominated for a Grammy. Following their appearance at the ceremony, Dolly Parton expressed interest in a collaboration after seeing a video of the group enjoying her performance on the night.
“Maybe my next #Jolene collab will be with @BTS_twt? What do y’all think?” the star tweeted.
BTS also presented the award for Best R&B Album at the event, with leader RM sending a message to fans: “We’ll be back.”