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People aren't buying Got7 concert tickets in Toronto and fans are upset

The Korean boyband GOT7 is coming to Toronto at the end of the month, and as expected, fans are in their feelings—but not for the usual reasons. 

It's been a month since the seven-member band announced the Toronto date for their Keep Spinning world tour.

One would think Toronto Ahgases (the term for Got7's fans) would love to get their coin together for some tickets to see their fave. 

Yet according to fans, barely anyone has bought tickets yet. 

Check the TicketMaster site, and you'll see there are plenty of seats in the Scotiabank Arena still in the blue, in other words, empty. 

It's shocking, considering tickets for other venues on their North American tour seem to be flying off the site. 

Maybe it's due to lack of promotion, or maybe they should have stuck to a Hamilton venue (considering that's where everyone else goes), but it's not selling well and fans are upset. 

K-pop groups are known for their passionate fanbases, and often sell out shows extremely quickly. For whatever reason, this show just isn't getting the same traction.

But then again, it's not the first performance GOT7 has had in Toronto, so what's changed this time? 

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