BTS announces Permission to Dance on Stage virtual concert

Concert is October 24th

BTS returns to livestreaming on October 24th with BTS Permission to Dance on Stage. The announcement was made on the global fan community platform Weverse, accompanied by a vibrant poster in the key color of “Butter” CD single that includes “Permission to Dance,” heightening excitement for the event.

This marks the band’s first concert in about a year since BTS Map of the Soul On:e held in October 2020. The show, which was viewed across 191 countries/regions, incorporated cutting edge technologies such as AR, XR that enabled BTS to closely interact with the fans through the “ARMY on Air” fan event. Nearly one million fans saw the live show.

More information about the concert will be announced at a later date.

Meanwhile, the K-pop superstars have returned to the No. 1 position on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with “Butter.” The song boasts an impressive record of ten week-long reign as the biggest song in the US after retaining the spot for seven consecutive weeks. The sextuplet replaced itself with “Permission to Dance” for one week before “Butter” reclaimed the spot for two more consecutive weeks.

“Butter” has also topped the Songs of Summer chart for eleven weeks in a row, reaffirming its indisputable title as the summer anthem of 2021.

BTS recently released the explosive remix of “Butter” featuring Megan Thee Stallion in celebration of the massive response the song received all around the world. Whilst the original version put forth the distinctive personality of BTS, the latest version adds more flavor with the rap verses from Megan Thee Stallion.

Last month, the Korean pop group canceled its long-delayed Map of the Soul Tour due to COVID concerns. The band initially announced the tour in January 2020 but was postponed before it even began due to the pandemic.

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