BTS Announce First Live Concert In 2 Years: Army In Los Angeles To Finally Watch Permission To Dance On Stage

BTS announces 'Permission to Dance on Stage – LA, inform ARMY in LA 'the time for us to dance together is nearing'

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BTS Announce First Live Concert In 2 Years: Army In Los Angeles To Finally Watch Permission To Dance On Stage
The speculation is heated about K-pop iconic band BTS touring India after their Global Citizen Festival performance. Undoubtedly, BTS brought their Butter-y smooth moves and gave everyone the Permission To Dance but the fire was further fueled when Jin, Jimin, RM, V, J-Hope, SUGA, and Jungkook showed up on the screens after gorgeous Desi Girl Priyanka Chopra’s big appearance. That helped in spreading like wildfire and the Indian ARMY took over Twitter talking about this supposed visit.

However,  BTS resumes the work and is gearing up for their first in-person concert in two years that too after the 2020 Map of the Soul tour was canceled due to pandemics. By the way, the septet is not coming to India, whereas, they are returning to Los Angeles with Permission to Dance on Stage. As per the reports, they will perform four stage shows at the Sofi Stadium on November 27- 28 and December 1-2.

Catch the deets here:

It is very obvious that ARMY is on cloud 9 by just thinking about meeting their favorite boys face-to-face since the group's 2019 world tour. Need to mention that there is the possibility to see My Universe from their collaboration with British band Coldplay. BTS took their excitement on official tweeter and captioned the post – “#BTS (#방탄소년단) PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE - LA Announcement #PTD_ON_STAGE_LA #PermissiontoDance”.

However, between all this information Coldplay’s Chris Martin recently shared about BTS and their song, said – “My Universe' which, like leader RM mentioned, was dedicated to ARMY. In a 12 minute documentary, he said, “It’s very special to me that the most popular artists in the world speak Korean and are like a group of brothers, not from the West."

He further added - "It feels very hopeful to me, in terms of thinking of the world as one family. Then of course, when you see who they are and their songs, it’s really a message of togetherness, and being yourself.” Chris Martin is very hopeful that the world is bringing back to normalcy.

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