The K-Pop Sensation BTS has made a planned comeback in concert performance, though it’s a virtual one.
The band announced on Wednesday that it will live-stream the concert ‘BTS Permission to Dance on Stage’ on October 2. It will be operated exclusively on Weavers, a social media platform run by BTS management firm Hibe Entertainment.
Some other details were unveiled, though a poster and CD presented as part of the announcement were decorated in the colors of the single “Butter” which contained their latest song “Permission to Dance”, indicating the Korean time on the evening of the concert was October 24. It is 2.30am for West Coast USA and 5.30am for fans on the East Coast.
The band said it would make further announcements.
The show will be the band’s first concert in almost a year after ‘BTS Map of the Soul on: E’ in October 2020. The show, which was seen in 111 countries and territories, enabled BTS to engage with fans through the “ARMY on Air” fan event, which incorporates state-of-the-art technology such as AR, XR.
Due to difficulties in multi-stadium tours during the epidemic, the band initially postponed the “BTS Map of the Soul Tour” which was scheduled to begin in April 2020. Individual performance.
The band – whose name is Bangatan Soniondon or short for ‘Beyond the Scene’ – has gathered millions of fans around the world into a powerful force (nicknamed ARMY). It has collected the No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 unit in less than a year and has staged multiple best-selling stadium shows around the world. They were also named Time Magazine’s ‘Entertainer of the Year’ in 2020. Video Music Awards.