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The in-person concerts will mark the first time BTS have been able to be face-to-face with fans since the 2019 BTS World Tour
By IQ on 28 Sep 2021
BTS have announced a mini-residency at the brand new SoFi stadium (cap. 70,000) in Los Angeles this winter, promoted by Live Nation.
The record-breaking K-pop stars will bring their ‘Permission to Dance on Stage’ show to Inglewood, California, for four nights.
The in-person concerts will mark the first time BTS have been able to be face-to-face with fans since the 2019 BTS World Tour.
The four shows, taking place on 27, 28 November and 1, 2 December, will follow the group’s recently announced livestream concert scheduled for 24 October.
The ‘BTS Permission to Dance On Stage’ live stream comes a year after the ‘BTS Map of the Soul On:e’ event in October 2020.
The four shows will follow the group’s recently announced livestream concert scheduled for 24 October
The stars grossed an estimated $44 million from the two-day live stream, which reached 993,000 viewers in 191 regions.
BTS’s record label, Big Hit Music, says they decided to hold the concerts in the US after “taking the national and regional health regulations and circumstances into consideration”.
“It is [with] our deepest regret that we are unable to hold more concerts in more areas,” it added. “We will do our best to put on additional concerts for not only Korean fans but fans from all around the world who have been patiently waiting for a long time.”
Fans can register for ‘Permission to Dance on Stage’ tickets here.
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