BTS takes on first Japan dome tour

/ 09:07 PM July 31, 2018

BTS. Image: K-Pop Herald

Another milestone will be added to K-pop phenomenon BTS’ list as they are set to hold their first Japanese dome tour, a part of their “Love Yourself” world tour.

On Monday, the group’s agency, Big Hit Entertainment, announced the addition of new dates for the tour. The group will be performing in Tokyo Dome from Nov. 12 to 14; in Kyocera Dome on Nov. 21, 23, and 24; in Nagoya Dome from Jan. 23 to 13, 2019; and at the Yafuoku Dome in Fukuoka from Feb. 16 to 14, 2019.


Their first Japanese dome concert was on October of 2017 during their “2017 BTS Live Trilogy Episode III: The Wings Tour” at the Kyocera Dome.

BTS’ world tour will kick off their “Love Yourself” world tour series with two sold-out shows on Aug. 25 to 26 at the Olympic Stadium in Seoul, South Korea. They will then be traveling to 10 cities around the world, including cities in the United States and in Europe, with more dates and countries to be added soon.


The seven-member boy group will also be releasing “Love Yourself: Answer”, a repackaged album in their “Love Yourself” series, on Aug. 24. JB

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