Last week, BTS’s Suga, also known as Agust D, kicked off the Asian leg of his ‘D-Day’ solo tour in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Suga Ends Tour in Jakarta: Last week, BTS’s Suga, also known as Agust D, kicked off the Asian leg of his “D-Day” solo tour in Jakarta, Indonesia. According to Big Hit Music, the agency that represents the popular septet, a remarkable crowd of 30,000 attended the three full-length shows held at Jakarta’s ICE BSD convention center. The concerts began on Friday and lasted throughout the weekend.
According to Big Hit Music, the agency that represents the septet, a remarkable crowd of 30,000 attended the three full-length shows held at Jakarta’s ICE BSD convention center. The concerts began on Friday and lasted throughout the weekend.
During the three-day event, Suga treated the audience to a captivating musical journey, spanning his musical trilogy. The performances began with Haegeoa song from his recent album day Dfollowed by his popular hits Daechwita and agust d. Each song represented a significant milestone from his second and first mixtape, respectively.
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Suga infused his performances with vibrant variety by incorporating selections from BTS’s albums. She delighted the audience with an acoustic remix of her disco-punk dance track Curiosities: seesawas well as songs from BTS’s 2018 album. love yourself: answer. Additionally, she delivered a heartfelt piano-accompanied rendition of the band’s rousing pandemic anthem. Life goes on.
“I am delighted to be back in Jakarta in five years. I have missed them and I hope they all have good memories here,” the 30-year-old told the crowd on the final day. “Thank you for enjoying (the concert). This is not the end. I will stay on stage for a long time.”
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Suga has become the first member of the Korean band to embark on a solo world tour. Starting on April 26 in the US, the BTS rapper kicked off his series of shows titled day D. In five cities, she successfully entertained audiences with approximately 12 performances.
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Following his successful debut in Jakarta, Suga, on his Asian leg of the tour, will move to Kanagawa, Japan from June 2-4, followed by Bangkok, Thailand from June 9-11. They will then wow audiences in Singapore from June 16-18, before concluding the tour with performances in Seoul, South Korea on June 24-25.