BTS Japan Official recently announced on their official SNS that the dates and locations for SUGA’s Japanese leg of the tour have been finalised. Initially, the latter-mentioned date and venue information was only revealed for Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, and South Korea. This year’s SUGA world tour is a highly anticipated event. Given the BTS’ brief hiatus from performing as a group, it’s no surprise that fans are eagerly anticipating the members’ solo activities.
The upcoming world tour of SUGA was announced earlier this year on February 15, 2023. While the dates for four of the tour’s five countries were immediately released, the dates and venue for Japan were not. According to a recent statement on BTS Japan’s official page, SUGA will perform at the Pia Arena MM in Kanagawa, Japan on June 2 and 3.
『SUGA | Agust D TOUR in JAPAN』 公演詳細決定！
3月16日(木)より、BTS JAPAN OFFICIAL FANCLUB会員先行抽選受付開始！
詳しくはこちら→ https://t.co/4pMkFccALo#SUGA#AgustD #SUGA_AgustD_TOUR pic.twitter.com/Nr0MKxGnND
— BTS JAPAN OFFICIAL (@BTS_jp_official) March 10, 2023
On February 15, it was stated that SUGA will embark on a globe tour in mid-2023 that will take him to Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, South Korea, and finally Japan. The tour will kick out on April 26 in Belmont Park and conclude on June 3 in Japan’s Pia Arena MM. Ticket dealer corporation Ticketmaster received an extraordinary response from fans following the announcement of SUGA’s international tour. The number of ticket buyers was so large that the business revealed that many registered fans may not even acquire tickets. The latter sparked a widespread online outcry.
SUGA announced that the planning for his tour had already begun in a recent live broadcast on his birthday. In addition to the latter, he mentioned his own music being new to him. So far, SUGA has released two mixtapes. His debut mixtape, AGUST-D, was released in 2016, and his second, D-2, will be released in 2020. Aside from the aforementioned mixtapes, SUGA has also collaborated with a number of artists in recent years. His duets with South Korean stars IU and PSY for their songs ‘Eight’ and ‘That That’ were two of his most notable.