BTS announce their first offline concert in 2 years, “Permission To Dance On Stage — LA” at SoFi stadium in Los Angeles, United States.
On September 28, Bighit announced the full details of BTS’s upcoming In-person concert through their official weverse account. According to the announcement there will be a total of 4 concerts, on November 27, November 28, December 1, December 2. Ahead of their offline concert, BTS is also scheduled to hold their online concert, ‘Permission To Dance On Stage’ streaming worldwide on October 24 (6:30 PM) KST.
Tickets reservation guide:
Ticket Reservation: Ticketmaster
First Access to PRESALE:
VIP ticket holders of 2020s MAP OF THE SOUL TOUR: NORTH AMERICA will get the first access to PRESALE of tickets. They will receive a PRESALE invitation via e-mail on 28 September.
Army Membership PRESALE:
Official Army Membership holders will get the access to exclusive PRESALE staring on October 7. If you don’t have the Army Membership for claiming Presale option, then you can apply for Army Membership on weverse shop. Here’s what you need to do:
▪️Join Army Membership on weverse shop, 27 September–2 October.
▪️ Apply for Army Membership PRESALE on Weverse
▪️ Register for Ticketmaster verified fan to get a chance to access the PRESALE tickets.
BTS will hold their 4 round concerts at LA’s SoFi stadium opened in September 2020 with a capacity of 70k (expendable 100k).
BTS will be the first Asian artist to hold a concert at SoFi stadium.
In August 2021 BTS officially cancelled their previous postponed ‘MAP OF THE SOUL TOUR’ because of the global Pandemic. But now they are back with their first ever in-person concert taking place at SoFi stadium, LA, US after carefully following the strict health protocols.
It’ll be the most valuable moment for both BTS and Army because after a long time BTS will be able to meet their fans face to face since the 2019 BTS WORLD TOUR LOVE YOURSELF: SPEAK YOURSELF THE FINAL.
And finally Army’s can see BTS performing live in front of their eyes. They are holding the offline concert at SoFi stadium in LA after taking the national and regional health regulations and circumstances into consideration.