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BTS’ SUGA set to hold encore concerts for ‘D-DAY’ on August

BTS’ SUGA, who goes by his moniker Agust D, is set to conclude his first solo tour with the addition of three nights of encore concerts.

By the end of his tour, which transpired in South Korea on June 24 and 25 at Seoul’s Jamsil Indoor Stadium, SUGA surprised his fans with the announcement of encore concerts.

His agency, Big Hit Music, shared a follow-up announcement on their Twitter account stating that SUGA will officially conclude his tour after the encore concert D-DAY: THE FINAL that was to be held at KSPO Dome in South Korea on August 4, 5, and 6.

The said encore concert will also be available through online live streaming via Weverse Concerts, with in-person tickets will be available for KRW 220,000 (approx. P9,380) for VIPs and KRW 165,ooo (approx. P7,037) for General Seats.

SUGA’s D-DAY TOUR accompanies his first official solo album D-DAY under the moniker Agust D in April this year, including the release of the title track “Haegeum” and the pre-release track “People Pt.2” featuring South Korean singer and songwriter IU.

D-DAY is the final installment of his trilogy as Agust D that starts with previous mixtapes, Agust D in 2016 and D-2 in 2020.

During the tour, the singer embarked on his journey starting with the North America leg last April, touring around Belmont, Newark, Rosemont, Inglewood, and Oakland, and ending on the Asian leg this June on South Korea, coming from Indonesia, Japan, Thailand, and Singapore.


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