ATEEZ Proves They’re Adored Worldwide With Rapidly Sold-Out Concert Stops In Europe

They’re going to need bigger stadiums!

ATEEZ recently announced that the European leg of their world tour, The Fellowship: Beginning of the End, was back on schedule after being postponed due to COVID-19.

European fans were elated at the news, especially after learning that they had added additional shows in Madrid, London, and Berlin!

While some concert tickets had already been sold pre-COVID postponement, seats to the additional shows have been going on sale recently, and their rapid sell-out has proved just how popular ATEEZ has become in the last couple of years.

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The largest venue that they’re stopping at during this leg of the tour — the Accor Arena in Paris — has a capacity of over 20,000. And despite this large number, ATEEZ managed to sell out the venue… In only 1 hour and 27 minutes.

If this wasn’t impressive enough, they’ve also sold out their second show in London at the Wembley Arena — which has a capacity of 12,500 — in less than 10 minutes.

If they keep this up, KQ Entertainment is seriously going to need to look into holding their concerts in larger venues!

| KQ Entertainment

Congratulations to ATEEZ for their growth and success, and we hope that the group and ATINYs alike have a wonderful time during this leg of their tour!