BTS: World Tour Love Yourself – London floor plan and ticket prices revealed

BTS: World Tour Love Yourself – London floor plan and ticket prices revealed

0 comments 📅19 May 2018, 10:59

We had previously announced that Korean superstar boy group BTS will be embarking on their latest world tour titled Love Yourself. Two days of the tour is dedicated to London, on 9th and 10th October 2018. Live Nation and the O2 Arena recently shared more news about the concert by releasing ticket prices and a seating plan, so fans can decide what they want to do once tickets go on sale on 1 June at 9:00am (GMT).

There are five different levels ranging from P4 up in the rafters, to VIP where you are part of the stage. Prices range from £62.50 – £220, dependent on where you want to experience the show. Considering that BTS are the first K-pop group to perform at the O2 Arena, this is going to be one concert you don’t want to miss.

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BTS recently released their latest album, Love Yourself: Tear, with their title single and music video Fake Love, which made YouTube history by toppling Taylor Swift’s Look What You Made Me Do to become the fastest music video to reach 10 million views (achieved in 4 hours and 56 minutes). In fact, in 24 hours it amassed over 40 million views. It was also announced that BTS has recently signed under DefJam France, which gives fans around Europe the opportunity to now listen to BTS’s song on the radio.

For more information about the concert be sure to follow Live Nation on Facebook, and check out their website. To get you excited for the concert, be sure to check out the new release Fake Love below.

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