18:52 GMT27 January 2020
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    On 21 December, GOT7 appears to have sold out their 15 February show at Rajamangala Stadium in Thailand, which was recently renovated and accommodates around 50,000 people.

    Organisers quickly reacted to the selling out of the venue and announced one more extra show the next day, on 16 February, which is already close to being sold out too, according to fans' tweets.

    ​Fans are overwhelmed with joy that their favourite band managed to reach such success. 

    ​On 8 May 2019, GOT7 announced the 'Keep Spinning 2019 World Tour', which started in June with concerts in Seoul and included shows in North America, Latin America, Europe. More performances have been scheduled for 2020 in Asia: in Singapore, Macau, Kuala Lumpur and Taipei. The only cancelled shows were on 31 August and 1 September in Hong Kong, due to safety issues and in light of the Hong Kong protests

    Consisting of seven members from South Korea, Thailand and China, GOT7 was formed by JYP Entertainment and debuted on 16 January 2014 with the song "Girls Girls Girls" from their first mini-album ‘Got It?’.  Through the career JB, Mark, Jackson, Jinyoung, Youngjae, BamBam, and Yugyeom made themselves recognisable, and were included in different charts like Billboard and Oricon and won the hearts of fans all around the world. The group released their latest, tenth EP, ‘Call My Name’, on 4 November 2019.

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