We Calculated How Much Money BTS Will Make From Their World Tour…OMG

Yes, that’s in USD.

BTS announced that they will be going on a world tour following the release of their new full-length album “LOVE YOURSELF: TEAR”, and tickets sales have already begun.

So far, they’ve announced stops in Seoul, North America, Europe, and Japan – all of which are already all sold out (except Japan, which is coming soon)!

 

Here are all the stops so far and how much BTS will earn from ticket sales:

Korea

Seoul – $14,000,000 (2 shows)

*Official seating chart and prices have not yet been released. Revenue is based off average concert ticket prices in Korea and the venue’s maximum capacity of 69,500.

The United States

Based on ticket pricing and capacity, concerts in the United States will earn about $2,500,000 each in ticket sales.

Los Angeles, California – $10,000,000 (4 shows)

Capacity (concert) = 19,000
Photo: POWERHOUSE LIVE

Oakland, California – $2,500,000 (1 show)

Capacity (concert) = 20,000
Photo: POWERHOUSE LIVE

 

Fort Worth, Texas – $5,000,000 (2 shows)

Capacity (concert) = 13,500
Photo: POWERHOUSE LIVE

Newark, New Jersey – $5,000,000 (2 shows)

Capacity (concert) = 19,500
Photo: POWERHOUSE LIVE

 

Chicago, Illinois – $5,000,000 (2 shows)

Capacity (concert) = 23,500
Photo: POWERHOUSE LIVE

Canada

Hamilton, Ontario – $7,500,000 (3 shows)

Capacity (concert) = 19,000
Photo: POWERHOUSE LIVE

 

United Kingdom

London, England – $5,000,000 (2 shows)

The O2 Arena
Capacity (concert) = 20,000
Photo: MapaPlan

Netherlands

Amsterdam, Netherlands – $2,500,000 (1 show)

Ziggo Dome
Capacity (concert) = 17,000

 

Germany

Berlin, Germany – $5,000,000 (2 shows)

Mercedes-Benz Arena
Capacity (concert) = 17,000

France

Paris, France – $5,000,000 (2 shows)

AccorHotels Arena
Capacity (concert) = 20,300
Photo: Stub

 

Japan

Tokyo, Japan – $11,000,000 (2 shows)

tokyo dome

Tokyo Dome
Capacity (concert) = 55,000
Photo: Out There In English

Osaka, Japan – $16,500,000 (3 shows)

kyocera dome

Kyocera Dome Osaka
Capacity (concert) = 55,000
Photo: Traipsy Pixie

 

Nagoya, Japan – $8,100,000 (2 shows)

nagoya

Nagoya Dome
Capacity (concert) = 40,500
Photo: Nanalog

Fukuoka, Japan – $8,400,000 (2 shows)

fukuoka

Fukuoka Yahuoku! Dome
Capacity (concert) = 42,000
Photo: livekiti

 

Total: $110,500,000

*For consistency, show revenue is based off North American show prices.

And best of all, there’s more to come!

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