BTS ‘PTD On Stage‘ concert was held in Los Angeles, USA. The second day’s performance was also released to the media, and more than 50,000 fans attended.
For the past two years when the stage lights have been turned off, BTS has comforted the Corona era with new songs and representing the voices of young people around the world.
It’s been two years since BTS held a face-to-face concert in Seoul at the end of their world tour in October 2019.
BTS, now holds a face-to-face concert in LA, USA, making it a great gift to people around the world.
BTS ‘PTD On Stage LA concert is being held at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, USA on the November 27, 2021 and it’s supposed to end on December 2, 2021.
During this performance, BTS sang representative songs such as Butter with Megan thee Stallion, Black Swan, and Permission to Dance.
In particular, as they sang Black Swan and left the stage, Jimin and Jungkook took off their blazers and caught the attention of many fans.
Jimin was the first to take off his clothes. Jimin unbuttoned his blazer and showed off his strong abs without a single fat. Even with his lean body, his unbelievably strong fine muscles overtook his gaze.
Looking at the video that spread on social media, the crowd sitting behind the stage burst out in a burst of resentment as if surprised by the members taking off their tops.
Videos and photos of BTS taking off their tops are becoming a hot topic, receiving more than 20,000 retweets on Twitter each. It is spreading to the domestic community and making fans excited.
BTS sets a record by selling out all four seats at the concert hall that accommodates about 50,000 people per session and about 200,000 tickets were sold out in an instant.
It is the first time in history that BTS sold out all four performances at SoFi Stadium.
RM said, ‘I was really moved to see SoFi Stadium full of fans on the first day of the performance.’
The fans who attended the concert were dressed in purple masks and purple clothes and were making purple waves flaunting their ARMY bomb.
In addition to tickets, you will need vaccine certificates or negetive test report and your photo ID to enter the venue.
ARMY’s are encouraging each other to keep order while sharing this safety procedure, which can be somewhat complicated, and this fan culture is also becoming a hot topic in the United States.
A fan said, Our ARMY’s take quarantine very seriously. I also think it’s important to be kind to each other. That’s why I feel comfortable being here tonight.
BTS will be broadcasting their concerts ‘PTD ON STAGE‘ live online, especially on the last day, for fans around the world.
[Rhea, K-pop Updates]