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Members of South Korean K-pop band BTS, also known as Bangtan Boys, pose on the red carpet during Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) in Hong Kong, Dec. 2, 2016. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

K-pop band BTS, or the Bangtan Boys, is set to embark on a world tour — the “2017 BTS Live Trilogy Episode III The Wings Tour” — in the coming year and the tickets are already flying off the counters.

The band, which was one of the two South Korean acts to feature on Billboard’s year-end World Album Chart, announced the tour and scheduled stops, along with a teaser video last month.

Watch the teaser below:

The tour will kick off in Seoul in February 2017, going on to cover South America — for the first time — and North America. While certain dates have already been announced, the band’s tour poster promises that “more will be coming soon.”

See the full schedule below:

Feb. 18-19 – Seoul, South Korea (Gocheok Skydome)
March 12 – Santiago, Chile (Movistar Arena)
March 19-20 – Sao Paulo, Brazil (Citibank Hall)
March 24 – Newark, New Jersey (Prudential Center)
April 1 – Anaheim, California (Honda Center)

Tickets are already on sale and there is some bad news for fans aiming at the Newark show. South Korean website Koreaboo reported that tickets for the performance at Prudential Center in New Jersey sold out in less than four minutes of going online.

One of America’s largest arenas, Prudential Center, with its capacity of 18,711 people, has hosted other big K-pop sensations like BIGBANG, EXO, 2PM, JYJ, 2NE1 and g.o.d. International fans are upset over how quickly the tickets sold out and are calling for organizers to add another day to the band’s Newark schedule.

BTS had an incredible 2016 with “Wings” and “The Most Beautiful Moment in Life Pt. 2” finding a spot on Billboard’s World Albums End of the Year Chart. The band ranked fifth in the World Album Artists Chart, and was No. 34 on the Social 50 Artists Chart.

The Bangtan Boys also featured on the Twitter Top Tracks Chart with “Save Me” at No. 36 and “Fire” at No. 26. It was the only K-pop act on Fuse’s “20 Best Album of 2016 List.”

You can check for regular updates about the tickets and buy them here.