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BTS Stream 3 Seoul’d Out Shows

Fans of BTS  who can’t make it out to Seoul, Korea can still get in on the action when the K-Pop sensations return to the stage this week for a three-show run.

On Thursday (3.10), the 7-member superstars performed the first of the BTS Permission to Dance on Stage – Seoul shows  with repeat shows on March 12 and 13 at the Seoul Olympic Stadium in front of a live audience.

For the millions of followers unable to attend the shows in-person the March 10 and March 13 dates are streamed live online while the March 12 performance will be broadcast in cinemas across the world for “Live Viewing” events.

Trafalgar Releasing will host two Saturday screenings of BTS Permission to Dance on Stage – Seoul at approximately 700 screens in the U.S. and Canada and an additional 3,000 screens worldwide and tickets are priced at $35. (Check out if your local theaters are participating in the broadcasts here.)

For a more seamless experience the screenings will start 15 minutes earlier than the actual concert show time and will only be available in Korean, with no subtitles in other languages.

Last fall, BTS hosted a mini-residency at Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium, where tickets for all four nights sold out immediately and notched the biggest ever Billboard Boxscore in California. According to Billboard Boxscore, the 2021 SoFi Stadium run grossed a mammoth $33.3 million with 214,000 tickets sold representing the largest gross for a run of shows at a single venue since 2012, when Roger Waters earned $38 million over nine shows at Estadio River Plate in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Author: Saul Goode

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