Suga becomes first member of BTS to announce solo world tour

South Korean K-pop group, BTS, went on hiatus last year and plans to reunite around 2025. In the meantime, each member is focusing on their solo projects and mandatory military service duties. Suga is the first member of BTS to announce a solo world tour, with shows in the US and Asia scheduled for later this year.

Suga's solo tour will begin with two shows at Belmont Park in New York on April 26 and 27, followed by four other US cities before heading to Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, South Korea, and Japan. The dates for the Japan shows have not yet been confirmed.

The tour will feature Suga's other stage name, Agust D, as stated on the tour poster. Fans can purchase tickets for the US shows on the Weverse platform.

Other BTS Members' Solo Projects

J-hope, Jin, and RM have all released solo music in 2022, with Jimin announcing that his debut album is set to release in March. V and Jungkook are also working on their debut projects.

Military Service Duty

All able-bodied men in South Korea are legally required to serve in the military for 18-21 months. Jin, the first BTS member to enlist, recently completed his five-week basic military training and is expected to be discharged in 2024. As the next oldest member, Suga is expected to be the next to enlist.

Suga's solo tour dates are listed below:


  • 26-27: Belmont Park, US, UBS Arena
  • 29: Newark, US, Prudential Center


  • 3: Rosemont, US, Allstate Arena
  • 5-6: Rosemont, US, Allstate Arena
  • 10-11: Los Angeles, US, Kia Forum
  • 14: Los Angeles, US, Kia Forum
  • 16-17: Oakland, US, Oakland Arena
  • 26-28: Jakarta, Indonesia, Indonesia Convention Exhibition


  • 10-11: Bangkok, Thailand, Impact Arena
  • 17-18: Kallang, Singapore, Singapore Indoor Stadium
  • 24-25: Seoul, South Korea, Jamsil Indoor Stadium

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