Low B.A.P Ticket Sales For North American “FOREVER” Tour Worry Fans

“I can’t believe B.A.P is coming to Miami and no one is going!” – B.A.P fan

B.A.P will be kicking off their North American “FOREVER” tour on November 8, but fans are concerned that low ticket sales could affect the group’s Miami stop.


They will be performing a total of nine concerts across North America. B.A.P will kick off the tour with two shows in California, followed by one in Texas, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Florida, and Minnesota. Their final concert stop will be in Ontario, Canada.


News of the “FOREVER” tour came at the end of July, shortly before Bang Yongguk‘s contract expired. Bang Yongguk decided not to renew his contract and left B.A.P in August.

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At the time, fans worried that some of the group’s remaining five members would not be able to leave Korea, due to new military laws, but Himchan, Daehyun, Youngjae, Jongup, and Zelo will all be performing as planned.

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Soon after tickets for B.A.P’s Miami stop went on sale, fans began noticing an unsettling number of empty seats.


According to Ticketmaster‘s map, the majority of seats are still unsold.


Babyz are now imploring their fandom, and music lovers outside the fandom, to purchase tickets and support B.A.P.


They claim that since the venue is small, even cheap tickets will guarantee concert-goers a great viewing experience.


B.A.P will be performing at the Parker Playhouse on November 20.