BTS’ Jin to perform ‘The Astronaut’ at Coldplay’s Buenos Aires tour stop

The pop star will perform on Oct 28th

Jin of 21st century pop icons BTS will appear as a special guest at Coldplay’s world tour in Buenos Aires to perform “The Astronaut” together on October 28th. The announcement follows after the unveiling of “The Astronaut” poster that reveals Coldplay’s participation in co-writing the song.

BigHit Music made the announcement about Jin’s appearance at the English band Coldplay’s Music Of The Spheres World Tour via global fandom life platform Weverse. Jin and Coldplay will perform “The Astronaut” live together for the first time. The concert will take place at Buenos Aires’ River Plate Stadium on October 28th.

A live cinema broadcast of the concert will be available worldwide with the live performance of “The Astronaut” available to watch on BTS’ official YouTube channel after the concert ends.

“The Astronaut,” co-written by Jin and Coldplay, is set to be released at midnight ET on October 28th.

Two CD singles of the track will also be offered on October 28th featuring an 84 page booklet, outer cover, lyric card, poster, postcard and more. A Target exclusive edition will contain a bonus postcard.

Jin is the second member of the K-pop group to release solo material. J-Hop released Jack in the Box earlier this summer featuring “More” and “Arson” acting as the 10 track album’s two main tracks.

The news follows the global superstars fulfilling their mandatory military service commitment to South Korea. Members of the group will serve accordingly and release solo material before the global superstars are expected to reconvene in 2025.

Last week, the group’s free BTS Yet to Come in Busan concert that was seen by 50 million people globally. As ambassadors for World Expo 2030 Busan, Korea, the K-pop superstars hosted the concert to introduce the city and the world to Korean culture in an effort to boost interest in Busan’s bid for the World Expo 2030.

Buddy Iahn
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