BTS announces live virtual concert on June 14

Ready for a live virtual concert, Army? Photo: Handout

K-pop sensation BTS has announced another live virtual concert planned for June 14.

The event, called Bang Bang Con: The Live (not to be confused with the similarly named Bang Bang Con series which took place in April), comes a day after the band’s seventh anniversary, which falls on June 13.

In an official announcement, Big Hit entertainment stated that the concert will be pay-per-view. While prices have not been confirmed yet, fans will be able to pre-order passes starting June 1 on Weverse Shop.

This concert will enable BTS to stay connected with fans – known as Army – as the Covid-19 pandemic makes it unlikely to hold in-person events in the near future.

Bang Bang Con: The Live will start at 5pm (local time) on June 14.

BTS’ previous Bang Bang Con was a free at-home concert experience which was made up of eight parts streamed over the course of two days. It garnered 50.6 million views in total.

The series took fans through the different eras of BTS, incorporating tours from 2015 to 2019 as well as footage from its Muster fan meetings.

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