GOT7 in USA Tickets Selling Out Fast!

SubKulture Entertainment has announced there won’t be any stops addition to the ‘GOT7 FLIGHT LOG: TURBULENCE IN USA 2017‘. The final decision is that the tour will have only five stops. Fans can go to see GOT7 in Miami, Washington D.C., Chicago, Houston, or Los Angeles.

We’ve noticed that many fans are hoping and waiting for us to add more shows for #TURBULENCEinUSA. As much as we would like to, we will not be announcing additional shows for this tour due to many deciding factors. Thank you to everyone for the tremendous amount of support and interest you’ve shown for GOT7’s fanmeet tour in the USA. Even if it’s not this time, we look forward to seeing you all soon!” –SubKulture Entertainment

If you want to go and see Mark, JB, Jackson, Jinyoung, Youngjae, BamBam, and Yugyeom live you better hurry up as there are only a few tickets left now!

Miami and Los Angeles are completely sold out already.

There are P3 Tier tickets that are still available for the rest of the cities. Get your tickets now for the following cities:
● Washington D.C.
● Chicago
● Houston

Make sure to also get your concert merch HERE before sales ends on January 16th!

Don´t miss this opportunity to see these boys! Stay tuned to Officially KMusic for more information and updates about this and other upcoming events around the world!

Source: SubKulture Entertainment
Written by: Terry Alsiong
Edited by: Ying Leung

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Ying Leung

Ying Leung

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Ying. 瑩 ∞ Managing Editor of Media. ♥ HK born ♡Chicago raised ♡Photographer. Writer. Editor ♥Art Toys ♡Travel ✈ I grew up listening to all kinds of music. I can't really say when I got into K-Pop because it was always around me while growing up. I REALLY fell in love with K-Dramas when I first saw 'Autumn in My Heart' and 'My Sassy Girl' back in 2001.



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