BTS is all set to make Armies drool again. BIG HIT on Wednesday announced that the septet was all set to perform four shows in Las Vegas followed by their Grammy performance. The concert performance will take place on April 8, 9, 15 and 16 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
Watch the announcement video down below:
The Permission to Dance On Stage era continues
This extension to the Permission to Dance Stage comes shortly after BTS announcing that they would preform in Seoul Olympic Stadium. Both the concerts in Seoul and Las Vegas will be held in a Hybrid mode where live audience will be able to see the concert in person while international audience will be able to livestream the entire concert.
The very same performances on the four dates will feature a LIVE PLAY at the MGM Garden Arena, which will feature a ticketed in-person event in which ARMY may watch the concert in real-time on a giant screen to experience the concert’s vibrant moments.
Additionally, the Seoul performances will be the group’s first live performances in the nation in over two and a half years, after the BTS World Tour ‘Love Yourself: Speak Yourself’ in October 2019.
BTS performed in-person performances at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles on November 27, November 28, December 1, and December 2. All four shows were sold out. While BTS hits like “ON,” “Black Swan,” and “Dynamite” were included in each setlist at Permission to Dance On Stage – LA, BTS changed up a few songs each night. Megan Thee Stallion, a Grammy Award-winning rapper, was a surprise performance during “Butter” on the second night of the concert series.
BTS Grammy performance
BTS is likely to perform at this years Grammy. The group has also been nominated for the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. This will be the groups second Grammy nomination and third performance if they do decide since nothing has been revealed so far. Earlier the group was also nominated for the same category in 2021. In 2020, BTS performed at the Grammys by sharing a stage with Lil Nas X and in 2021 has virtual solo performance which was streamed from South Korea.
Armies wish for BTS health
Seemingly the pandemic is putting up challenges but time and again BIG HIT has put emphasis on the health of their artists. With these offline concerts coming to play, the company is ensuring that all protocols should be followed properly and that both fans and the idols should be safe and sound.
Recently five members of the group had tested positive for COVID but have been out of quarantine now. These members included SUGA, RM, Jin, Jimin and V. Jimin also had to under go a surgery for appendicitis and has been healing ever since. Armies are now hoping that members should be in the Pink of their health amid the pandemic and even after the upcoming concerts.