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BTS POSTPONES TOUR

BTS has postponed its run of U.S. stadiums this spring without offering new dates.

The massive 15-date tour, scheduled for 4/25-6/6 and expected to be one of big money makers of the season, is scheduled to hit 15 stadiums, among them the homes of the 49ers, the Jets and Giants, the Dallas Cowboys and the Rose Bowl.

Obviously, pushing the tour back entails the mystery of the NFL season, which would traditionally be announced in early April. If, like many other major tours, they are looking at a September-October trek, it could be difficult to ascertain availabilities at this time as the start of the football season, itself, appears up in the air. BTS’ label, Big Hit Entertainment, said information on new show dates will be shared as soon as possible.

As they have said all along, the company is following the guidance of local governments regarding public events.

“We ask for your further patience and understanding as we continue to work to bring you the best and safest experience as soon as we can,” Big Hit said in its announcement.

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