BTS remains in touch with their fans while taking their vacation following the success of the first part of their Permission to Dance On Stage in Los Angeles.
The K-pop supergroup finally had a rest since their first and last vacation in 2019. In December, BIGHIT MUSIC revealed that the break would also serve as the group’s preparation time to complete a new album that will unveil the new chapter in their career.
Though they chose to be out of the limelight for weeks, the members ensured their fans could still connect with them by launching their own Instagram page and sharing updates with them through other social media sites.
Most recently, they sent handwritten season’s greetings messages to fans to mark the Lunar New Year.
With the hopes of meeting ARMYs again in March, BTS finally confirmed their return and the continuation of Permission to Dance On Stage next month.
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BTS Confirms Permission to Dance On Stage in Las Vegas
The official Twitter account of BIGHIT MUSIC dropped the official poster of the K-pop group’s upcoming four-night Las Vegas Stadium residency.
BTS will perform at Nevada’s Allegiant Stadium on April 9, 10, 15, and 16. The latter date will have an online live-streaming choice for fans who want to watch the concert at the comfort of their homes.
Meanwhile, all four dates will be broadcast on a big screen at MGM Grand Garden Arena.
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The tours will happen weeks after BTS holds their in-person concert in Seoul in early March. It will serve as their first in-person tour since LOVE YOURSELF: SPEAK YOURSELF THE FINAL world tour in October 2019. It will also have an online and live-streaming choice.
Their US return may be perfect timing for the group to attend the 64th Grammy Awards after it was rescheduled due to the surge of COVID-19’s Omicron variant.
BTS Scores New Feat
While waiting for their return, ARMYs celebrated BTS' newest milestone as the group recently received a golden Creator Award on TikTok.
On Monday, the group’s agency revealed that the Butter singer currently has the most number of followers on the app than any other Koreans, boasting over 46.5 million followers. Its labelmate, TXT (Tomorrow X Together), ranked second with 15.6 million followers.
Meanwhile, the word “BTS” itself already has nearly half a billion views as of press time.
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