BTS member Suga has officially launched his first solo world tour, and it's already off to an explosive start. The tour kicked off on April 26 at the UBS Arena in Belmont Park, New York, where Suga delivered a stunning performance to a sold-out crowd.
According to Suga's agency, Big Hit Music, the tour will cover a total of nine cities across two months, with stops in Indonesia, Japan, Thailand, Singapore, and South Korea. The tour features a mix of songs from Suga's recent solo album "D-Day" and his mixtapes "Agust D" and "D-2."
Big Hit Music has revealed that the tour is a unique opportunity for fans to witness the evolution of Suga's career, with a focus on his story from pre-debut to his current solo work. The stage setup and setlist have been carefully curated to convey Suga's journey and showcase his growth as an artist.
Before the tour kicked off, Suga expressed his excitement and gratitude to his fans, stating that he had been practicing diligently for the past few months in preparation for the tour. He also promised to deliver an unforgettable experience for his fans and hoped that they would enjoy the show.
The tour has already made headlines and has been praised for its production and Suga's electrifying performances. Fans are eagerly anticipating the next stops on the tour, with Japan dates yet to be announced.
Overall, the tour is a significant milestone in Suga's career, and it's clear that he's poised for even greater success as a solo artist.