BTS Gives the US Fans Permission to Dance With Their Upcoming Offline Concert!

In a recent conversation at Good Morning America alongside South Korean President Moon Jae-in, BTS discussed their hopes for giving their fans an offline concert, some plans for touring, and their thoughts on Covid-19. The band members disclosed how they were all vaccinated and how they miss performing on-stage in front of a live audience. Well, looks like the septet was not weaving dry words in the air as the news is that they will actually be performing at an offline concert.

After their historic performance at the United Nations, fans have not been able to stop talking about the brilliance they exuberated at the Headquarters. Looks like, in return, the band wants to reward their fans with this pleasant surprise of performing offline, almost after 2 years.


BTS has revealed that they will have their first offline concert in 2 years “BTS PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE – LA” in Los Angeles, United States. This will be the band’s first since their Seoul concert “2019 BTS WORLD TOUR LOVE YOURSELF: SPEAK YOURSELF THE FINAL.”

The offline concert will take place on November 27 and 28 and December 1 and 2 at the SoFi Stadium. All the details about ticket reservations will be available on Weverse, with sales taking place through Ticketmaster. All the ARMYs who paid for the ‘Map Of The Soul’ tickets in the USA will eligible of receiving the presale codes directly at their email address, along with an apology for the official cancellation of the tour. Looks like, the boy-band is has gone all the way to make sure their fans feel loved!

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Before the group’s offline concert, the band has decided to host an online concert “BTS PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE” that will take place on October 24. It will be a live-streaming event making sure that fans don’t miss out on anything.

After the announcement of the boy band’s offline concert, BigHit Music– the South Korean entertainment company said: “Holding an in-person concert in the midst of COVID-19 is not easy, but after looking for opportunities to do so, we are able to hold the concert in the United States after taking the national and regional health regulations and circumstances into consideration.”

“It is our deepest regret that we are unable to hold more concerts in more areas. We will do our best to put on additional concerts for not only Korean fans but also fans from all around the world who have been patiently waiting for a long time.”

Recent BTS update

After the release of the joint single ‘My Universe’, BTS and Coldplay came together to release the Coldplay X BTS Inside ‘My Universe’ Documentary. The documentary chronicles both bands journey together in creating music.

Given the discussion of offline concerts, BTS was happy to say that they might get together with Coldplay in the future to perform, “Whether it’s our concert or a Coldplay concert if we can sing this song together, is there any other moment that will blow away all the stress of COVID-19?”

You can stream ‘My Universe’, here.

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