BTS ‘Cancels Front’ after more than a year of suspended World Tour
Group BTS (BTS) has finally canceled its world tour, which had been temporarily suspended for more than a year due to the COVIDvirus 19. Instead, he said he would prepare for a new performance.
BTS’s agency Big Hit Music announced on the 20th that it will cancel the world tour “MAP OF THE SOUL TOUR” through its official fan community.
As for the reason for the cancellation, Big Hit Music said, “We have put a lot of effort into resuming the performance to meet the long wait of our fans. However, due to various force majeure changes, it is practically difficult to resume performances on the same scale and schedule as previously planned.
“Map of the Sol Tour” is a stadium-sized world tour that BTS was planning to launch after releasing its fourth full-length album “Map of the Sol: 7” in February last year, and was planned to take place in 18 cities around the world, including Seoul, the United States, Canada, Japan, England, Germany and Spain. However, the tour was temporarily suspended in the wake of the COVIDvirus outbreak that spread around the world early last year.
Big Hit Music said, “We are even more sorry to inform you of the cancellation in front of us,” adding, “We apologize again to our fans who have been waiting for the resumption of the BTS Map of the Sol Tour.”
“We are preparing a new schedule and form of performance to repay the fans’ expectations, and we will notify you as soon as possible,” he said, announcing the preparation of the new performance.