BTS side “International tour on temporary pause, readjusting entire schedule”

Big Hit announces decision to reschedule BTS's world tour

Hello. This is Big Hit Entertainment.

The following is an announcement regarding BTS’s “Map of the Soul” tour concert schedule.

The decision has been made to completely reschedule the “Map of the Soul” tour, originally scheduled to begin in April 2020.

With the global proliferation of COVID-19, the tour’s Seoul performances were previously canceled in February with the subsequent postponement of the North American leg of the tour in March. Ticket sales for the European and Japanese performances are imminent.

This tour involves the participation of staff and crew from around the world as well as global logistics systems. While there are certain countries, regions, and cities where conditions have improved, including Korea, it is difficult to make the decision to begin the tour based on these recent developments. Due to the nature of BTS concerts involving travel by thousands of international fans no matter where the performances are held, it is also difficult to resume the tour with the current strict restrictions on cross-border movement still in place. Moreover, it is impossible at this time to predict when the first performance marking the start of the tour will be able to begin.

Therefore, we have made the difficult decision to suspend the previously-announced tour schedule and develop a new schedule.

Big Hit Entertainment will completely reschedule the tour and provide a new tour schedule to our fans as soon as it becomes clear when the tour can begin. This may require considerable time as the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve. However, we will work to ensure that BTS and their fans will be able to meet each other as soon as they can. We will also create new ways for our artists to engage with their fans and respond to the “New normal” while we wait to resume activities halted by COVID-19.

The decision to reschedule the tour was made with the health and safety of our artists and fans in foremost consideration. We have devoted considerable time to prepare the best performances possible, and we hope to express our appreciation of your patience by striving to deliver the best shows. With sincerity and commitment to transparency, we will inform you of any and all further changes and continue to provide updates.

We ask for your generous understanding of the circumstances behind this decision regarding the “Map of the Soul” tour. We will endeavor to bring you the best concert experiences possible.

Thank you. cr

original post: nate

1. [+669, -44] I miss you BTS

2. [+638, -33] Thinking about how much they’ve prepared for this tour, I feel sorry. Big Hit will have a lot to deal with in terms of canceling fees for all the big stadiums. I hope the situation will improve in the second half of the year so they can go on tour again

3. [+545, -27] Thank you for coming out with a variety of different content~ I’ll be waiting ㅠㅠ! BTS and ARMYs, let’s meet again soon, don’t get sick!

4. [+35, -12] I think they should enlist together at this time.. Because I don’t think corona will be over even by the end of the year…

5. [+30, -12] Why don’t they enlist this year and start promoting next year? Big Hit can hold on until BTS gets back. For all idols who are about to enlist, I think enlisting now is the answer. It’s obvious that everyone has thrown this year out for plans so they can get back to work next year

6. [+30, -6] Safety comes first! We can have more fun at concerts and fan meetings once corona has passed!

7. [+29, -8] A lot of trouble to consider for Big Hit

8. [+25, -10] They should’ve enlisted all together after their last concert in November last year

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