BTS Postpones Remainder of Tour, but Drop First Trailer for 'Break The Silence' Series

A new documentary coming to the band’s app
By , RADIO.COM

BTS has been forced to postpone the remaining dates for their Map Of The Soul Tour, citing the safety of everyone involved during the coronavirus crisis.

“Unfortunately, due to the ongoing government advisories on mass gatherings, BTS Map Of The Soul Tour – Europe has been postponed,” they shared in a statement. “Our highest priority remains the safety of our artists and fans as well as the global community.”

Last month BTS pushed back their first set of shows on their upcoming tour, delaying their run across North America while the world practices social distancing. The tour was set to start on April 25.

“We ask for your generous understanding that this decision has been made in consideration of the safety and health of everyone involved,” they continue. “We look forward to seeing you all in future.”

The group isn’t letting the current circumstances keep them away from entertaining the ARMY, still offering up special content to keep them connected. Earlier this month the K-pop Kings served fans a full weekend of streaming performances from the past, and now BTS is ready to debut their Break The Silence docu-series taking fans behind the curtain for their 2018 and 2019 record-breaking Love Yourself World Tour.

The first trailer debuted for Break The Silence on Tuesday, and the series will be featured in their WeVerse app starting May 12.

Pre-orders for Break The Silence are now available in the WeVerse app.

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