BTS Is Bringing Digital Concert Series Stream to Fans

A full weekend of performances

April 10, 2020

Where there’s an ARMY, there’s a way.

BTS has been forced to postpone their Map Of The Soul Tour, but the K-pop group will still sending love and dance moves to fans around the world, offering up a weekend of concert footage to those at home practicing social distancing.

The online concert weekend is being called, BANG BANG CON, as the group rolls out past performances and fanmeets for you to enjoy on the closest couch near you. It all starts at 11PM ET on April 17, as the band showcases sets from 2014 through 2016, and continues at the same time the following day with performances from 2017 and the Love Yourself World Tour.

According to the group’s management, Big Hit Entertainment, fans can also connect their ARMY BOMB, the official light stick of BTS, through the Weverse app. It will synch with the performances and give you all the colorful concert feels inside your own home.

You can watch it all unfold next weekend on the Youtube channel BANGTANTV.

Last month BTS postponed their world tour, which was set to start on April 25 in California.

“We are closely monitoring and following the guidance of all local governments regarding public events to ensure we are providing a safe environment for everyone involved as we continue to update our tour plans,” they shared in a statement. “We ask for your further patience and understanding as we continue to work to bring you the best and safest concert experience as soon as we can.”

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