If you’re looking to attend one of the four BTS shows in Las Vegas, you may be out of luck.
The Korean-pop boyband completely sold out every single show at Allegiant Stadium even before general tickets sales were made available to the public, according to a tweet from Ticketmaster.
Due to overwhelming demand during today’s @BTS_BigHit BTS GLOBAL OFFICIAL FANCLUB ARMY MEMBERSHIP Presale, all tickets for the @AllegiantStadm shows have been purchased. All shows are now sold out. There will not be a General Verified Fan Presale or General Public Onsale.— Ticketmaster (@Ticketmaster) March 3, 2022
This means there will be no verified-fan presale or general public tickets available, and people will be unable to buy tickets from traditional sites like Ticketmaster.
The reason why tickets were completely cleared out before the “general public sale” is because of the presale for BTS’ fanbase, “THE ARMY.”
“THE ARMY” was provided a code that gave them “special and early” access to tickets. Despite this, many super-fans, with the membership presale code, were still waitlisted and unable to purchase tickets.
BTS’s “Permission To Dance On Stage” tour will have four shows in Las Vegas. The dates are April 8, 9, 15, and 16.
Currently, fans are limited to their ticket options. Some have been waitlisted by Ticketmaster. Others are scouting around second or third-party ticket sites, and the prices are reflecting the demand of the tickets, which are starting around $277 for nosebleed seats on StubHub.
For now, it’s unknown if more tickets will be released, or if more shows will be added to the schedule. However, be sure to follow Star 107.9 on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to keep tabs on all things BTS in Vegas.