Masks Required? Here Are HYBE’s Rules For BTS’s “PERMISSION TO DANCE” Las Vegas Concerts
On April 8,9, 15, and 16, BTS will hold their sold-out PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE- LAS VEGAS concerts at Allegiant Stadium. Six of BTS’s seven members have now arrived in the city to prepare for the show and the GRAMMY Awards (April 3).
Unfortunately, Jungkook, who was the first member to touch down in Nevada, has now tested positive for COVID-19. J-Hope is still on home soil, recovering from the virus as well.
On February 10, Governor Steve Sisolak lifted Nevada’s mask mandate. The state no longer requires masks in public places, but there are locations where visitors may still be asked to wear a mask. One of those places is Allegiant Stadium.
BTS’s agency, HYBE, is putting safety first in Las Vegas and asking fans to do the same. Masks will be required for the concerts, and all attendees must provide a negative COVID-19 test or be fully vaccinated.
Read HYBE’s Weverse statement about Jungkook’s condition here:
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