BTS Announce ‘Permission to Dance’ Livestream Concert
Like so many artists, BTS have been cooling their heels during the COVID-19 pandemic, unable to perform in person for their beloved ARMY due to the global outbreak. But on Wednesday (Sept. 15), the K-pop superstars brought a ray of hope to all those fans thirsting to see them live with the announcement of the upcoming Oct. 24 “BTS Permission to Dance On Stage” livestream.
The group revealed the event in a video in which they promised, “we’re going to meet ARMY through online streaming… our stage is where you are. Please enjoy the concert with us that day!” The news was accompanied by a poster featuring the color scheme from the “Butter” CD single, which is backed by the b-side hit “Permission to Dance.” It’s their first concert in nearly a year, following-up on the “BTS Map of the Soul On:e” event from Oct. 2020. According to the release, that show was viewed in 191 countries/regions and used AR and XR tech that allowed the septet to interact with their followers via the “ARMY on Air” fan event.
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September 15, 2021 at 03:15PM