BTS UK tour 2019: date, tickets and more about the K-pop giants
Staff writer - February 28, 2019

BTS UK tour 2019: date, tickets and more about the K-pop giants

BTS add more dates to their “Love Yourself, Speak Yourself” tour, including the UK!
BTS Wembley show 2019

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The K-pop megastars have already achieved worldwide domination and now they’re back for more, having just announced new dates for their 2019 world tour, “Love Yourself, Speak Yourself”.

Here’s everything we know so far, including dates and cities, when and where to grab your tickets and why this is an event not to be missed.

New BTS tour dates and cities for 2019

So, first thing's first, the UK tour date:

That’s right, they’re hitting the UK’s biggest fixed venue this year. Definitely a fitting location for the seven piece group of superstars and your opportunity to see them do a show of epic proportions.

BTS have only announced one other European tour date but it’s almost as close as it could get to the UK. Any of you BTS fan out there fancy the trip?

When and where to get BTS tickets

Tickets will be available here on StubHub on the morning of Friday 1 March. Trust us on this, it’s one you’ll want to be quick for!

Last year’s two O2 gigs sold out in minutes!

There’s a few more seats to fill at Wembley but we wouldn’t count on those tickets hanging around for long.

TICKETS: Keep an eye out here for BTS tickets


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Complete list of the newly announced BTS “Love Yourself, Speak Yourself” world tour dates:

  • Los Angeles, Rose Bowl Stadium (USA) - 4 May
  • Chicago, Soldier Field (USA) - 11 May
  • New Jersey, Metlife Stadium (USA) - 18 May
  • Sao Paulo, Allianz Parque (Brazil) - 25 May
  • London, Wembley Stadium (UK) - 1 June
  • Paris, Stade de France (France) - 7 June
  • Osaka, Yanmar Stadium Nagai (Japan) - 6 July
  • Osaka, Yanmar Stadium Nagai (Japan) - 7 July
  • Fukuroi, Shizuoka Stadium ECOPA (Japan) - 13 July
  • Fukuroi, Shizuoka Stadium ECOPA (Japan) - 14 July

The masters of K-pop

If you’ve never had the pleasure of seeing BTS, also known as Bangtan Boys, get ready for something really special. Rap Monster (Kim Namjoon), Jin (Kim Seokjin), Suga (Min Yoongi), J-Hope (Jung Hoseok), Jimin Park, V (Kim Taehyung) and Jungkook Jeon have already cemented their status not just in K-pop history but in global music history.

In just the short 5 years they’ve been together, BTS have sold over 5 million albums worldwide. They’ve even got themselves two Guinness World Records for the massive amount of online engagement they get from fans.

RELATED: See the votes we received for the best K-pop group of 2018.


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Essential BTS Songs

New to the band or just want to get into the BTS mood? Here are their top hits (almost certain to be played at Wembley).


“Blood Sweat & Tears”...

“MIC Drop (Steve Aoki remix)”...

And from their latest album, “Love yourself: Tear”, here’s “Fake Love”...

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