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BTS will storm Atlanta during ‘Map of the Soul’ stadium tour

South Korean boy band superstars BTS will bring their “Map of the Soul” stadium tour to Atlanta in May.

The group has a May 17 date inked for Bobby Dodd Stadium (at Georgia Tech). It appears the group’s last visit to Atlanta was in 2015 at the notably smaller Center Stage (and fan pandemonium ensued, even then).

The 37-date tour will hit 17 cities across three continents. Tickets will go on sale at 3 p.m. Feb. 7 via www.livenation.com. However, registration for a Ticketmaster Verified Fan pre-sale is available now through 10 p.m. Feb. 2. That pre-sale for members of the Global Official Fanclub Army will take place from 3 p.m. Feb. 5 through 11 p.m. Feb. 6. The general Verified Fan pre-sale will run from 3 p.m.-11 p.m. Feb. 6. 

The tour is in support of the group’s fourth studio album, “Map of the Soul,” due Feb. 21. 

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BTS – MAP OF THE SOUL TOU

April 11 Seoul, South Korea Olympic Stadium 

April 12 Seoul, South Korea Olympic Stadium 

April 18 Seoul, South Korea Olympic Stadium 

April 19 Seoul, South Korea Olympic Stadium 

April 25 Santa Clara, CA, USA Levi’s Stadium 

April 26 Santa Clara, CA, USA Levi’s Stadium 

May 2 Los Angeles, CA, USA Rose Bowl Stadium 

May 3 Los Angeles, CA, USA Rose Bowl Stadium 

May 9 Dallas, TX, USA Cotton Bowl Stadium 

May 10 Dallas, TX, USA Cotton Bowl Stadium 

May 14 Orlando, FL, USA Camping World Stadium 

May 17 Atlanta, GA, USA Bobby Dodd Stadium 

May 23 New Jersey, USA MetLife Stadium 

May 24 New Jersey, USA MetLife Stadium 

May 27 Washington, D.C., USA FedExField 

May 30 Toronto, ON, Canada Rogers Centre 

May 31 Toronto, ON, Canada Rogers Centre 

June 5 Chicago, IL, USA Soldier Field 

June 6 Chicago, IL, USA Soldier Field 

June 28 Fukuoka, Japan Fukuoka PayPay Dome 

June 29 Fukuoka, Japan Fukuoka PayPay Dome 

July 3 London, UK Twickenham Stadium 

July 4 London, UK Twickenham Stadium 

July 11 Berlin, Germany Olympiastadion Berlin 

July 12 Berlin, Germany Olympiastadion Berlin 

July 17 Barcelona, Spain Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys 

July 18 Barcelona, Spain Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys 

July 23 Osaka, Japan Kyocera Dome Osaka 

July 25 Osaka, Japan Kyocera Dome Osaka 

July 26 Osaka, Japan Kyocera Dome Osaka 

July 30 Osaka, Japan Kyocera Dome Osaka 

August 1 Osaka, Japan Kyocera Dome Osaka 

August 2 Osaka, Japan Kyocera Dome Osaka 

August 7 Saitama, Japan MetLife Dome 

August 8 Saitama, Japan MetLife Dome 

September 1 Tokyo, Japan Tokyo Dome 

September 2 Tokyo, Japan Tokyo Dome

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Melissa Ruggieri
Melissa Ruggieri
Atlanta Journal-Constitution staff writer Melissa Ruggieri covers music and entertainment news for the AJC. She remembers when MTV was awesome.  
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