Live Stream Concert ‘Bang Bang Con’ Announced – Variety2 min read
Korean pop sensation, BTS has announced that it will perform a live-stream concert next month.
The move will allow the 7-piece boy band to reconnect with its military fans worldwide – known as the band’s army – at a time when coronavirus lockdowns and travel bans are at home and socially away. In contemporary Korean usage, contact-free communication is referred to as “un-strategy.”
The band said that its “Bang Bang Con the Live” concert will be held on June 14, at 6 pm Korean time. It’s 5 a.m. for fans in New York and 2 a.m. for those on the U.S. West Coast.
The band said the pay-per-view concert will last about 90 minutes and will be followed by other content. Details will be updated in the coming weeks.
An online streaming concert weekend before BTS evoked an enthusiastic response from its fan armies, including footage recordings of past live concerts and fan meeting events. It collected a total of 50.6 million views and claimed 2.24 million contemporary viewers.
The coronavirus epidemic forced the band to suspend its entire “soul map” world tour in April. It was supposed to start its journey from April 25. It was included in concerts in Seoul and Japan, Europe and North America, although the stateside leg was one of the first elements to be canceled. In Europe, the band was scheduled to play two dates at London’s Twickenham Stadium on July 3-4, with more shows scheduled for Berlin and Barcelona.
BTS released her latest album ‘Map of Soul: 7’ in February. Within minutes of its release, the second official music video for the album “Ann” became the biggest YouTube premiere of all time, with 1.54 million contemporary viewers tuned in for the clip’s debut at the YouTube premiere.
BTS, Brief description of Bangan Sunnyondon or “Out of Scene”. The members of BTS are RM, Jean, SEGA, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jung Cook.