BTS Announces Their First In-Person Concert In 2 Years With 4 Los Angeles Concerts

Who’s attending!?!

BTS has just announced they will be holding four concerts in Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium, their first offline concert in two years.

BIGHIT Music made the announcement on BTS’s official Weverse account, revealing that they have determined that it was safe enough to hold a concert in Los Angeles after taking into consideration all of the health and safety guidelines as well as the artists’ and staffs’ safety. There will be a total of four concerts, held on November 27, November 28, December 1, and December 2.



The BTS PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE in-person (offline) concert will be held in LA, US.

Holding an in-person concert in the midst of COVID-19 is not easy, but after looking for opportunities to do so, we are able to hold the concert in the United States after taking the national and regional health regulations and circumstances into consideration.

This concert will be the first time ever for BTS and ARMY to meet face to face since the 2019 BTS WORLD TOUR LOVE YOURSELF: SPEAK YOURSELF THE FINAL.

This is an especially valuable event that will be held under difficult circumstances which is why we will do our very best to bring you an all-new, phenomenal concert, while keeping the health of the artists and fans our top priority.

[Concert Information]


▶ When: Total of 4 rounds – November 27 (Sat), November 28 (Sun), December 1 (Wed), December 2 (Thu), 2021

▶ Where: SoFi Stadium, LA

▶ Ticket Reservation: Ticketmaster

▶ Information on signing up for the ARMY MEMBERSHIP PRESALE (Link)

It is our deepest regret that we are unable to hold more concerts in more areas.

We will do our best to put on additional concerts for not only Korean fans but fans from all around the world who have been patiently waiting for a long time.

We look forward to your continued interest in BTS PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE – LA.

Thank you.

— BIGHIT Music

SoFi Stadium is one of Los Angeles’ newest stadiums, opened in September 2020. It currently hosts the NFL’s Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers, and is scheduled to host the opening ceremony of the 2028 Summer Olympics. It has a general capacity of 70,000 attendees, but is expandable to up to 100,240 for special events.

Source: Weverse