Every ticket for the Korean pop group BTS’ four planned concerts at Allegiant Stadium has been sold out. The announcement was made by Ticketmaster, who tweeted, “All shows are now sold out. There will not be a General Verified Fan Presale or General Public Onsale.”
All of the tickets were purchased by members of the BTS Global Official Fanclub Army, to be clear. This implies that no tickets will be sold to the general public for the four Las Vegas events through standard outlets like Ticketmaster.
However, fans who do want to watch the Las Vegas events will have to purchase their tickets from a third-party dealer like StubHub. A quick StubHub search for the first concert on Friday, April 8 reveals that the cheapest ticket is $248.
This would get the fan a seat in section 412 (upper deck near the 50-yard line), eight rows up. Ticket costs on other sources, such as SeetGeek, are around the same at this moment.
The “BTS PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE – LAS VEGAS” performance is slated for April 8, 9, 15, and 16.
Recently, BTS’ music video for “Dynamite” reached 1.4 billion views on YouTube on February 24 at around 7.30 p.m. KST (4 p.m. IST). ‘Dynamite’ took just over a year and six months to reach this milestone, since the music video was premiered on August 21, 2020.
With this, ‘Dynamite’ breaks BLACKPINK’s previous record of a little over two years and five months with ‘DDU DU DDU DU’ as the fastest K-Pop group music video to reach this milestone. Moreover, following the group’s videos for ‘Boy With Luv’ and ‘DNA,’ BTS has become the first Korean artist to reach 1.4 billion views with three different music videos.
‘Dynamite,’ BTS’ debut all-English hit, established a new record with nearly 3 million peak concurrent viewers during its premiere. The music video also set Guinness World Records by becoming the fastest YouTube video to reach 10 million views in 20 minutes and the most-viewed YouTube video in the first 24 hours, with 101.1 million views.