Live’s claim record for online concerts – diversity2 min read
Korean pop group BTS has broken a virtual presence record with “Bang Bang Con: The Live”. The event was held on Sunday afternoon Korean time (5am ET and 2pm PT) and was presented by BTS operating company Big Hit Entertainment Cloud-based remote production studio Kisway Mobile – from Seoul, South Korea.
According to Big Hit Metrics, the show has reached a peak of 756,000 simultaneous viewers in 107 countries and territories. Attendance at the 50,000-seat stadium was the equivalent of 15 events and was the largest audience for the paid virtual concert. Big Hit added that the concert was supported by BTS’s fan club, known as ATMY, by 10,000 members.
The concert was the first collaborative effort between the US Big Hit and Kissway, inviting fans to visit the virtual home of BTS in a 100-minute show, where members made up five rooms and performed in different venues and styled in two different moods.
The online presentation was delivered via six multi-view screens simultaneously. Fans were able to choose from close-ups like video calls to full shots that captivated the group’s highly synchronized choreography.
Band member Jimin told fans: “Even though we didn’t get to see each other at the moment, we’re constantly trying to grow as a group. We’re dealing with this very well so we hope you can find a little joy in this time too. We will be able to meet each other again with a smile on our faces. ”
This group has compiled a list of 12 tracks with “Dope”, “Boys With Fun”, “Like,” “Just One Day,” “Jamais Vu,” “Honor,” “Friend,” “Black Swan,” “Boy played Love. (Feature. Halsi), including “Go Go,” “Unpanman” and “Spring Day.”
Reapplying the event, Diversity Wrote: “It wasn’t the stadium concert experience that the fans were looking forward to, but … being there was the next best thing.”