Los Angeles (LA) in the U.S. has turned purple, a symbol of the group BTS (BTS).

BTS's offline concert "BTS Permission to Dance on Stage-LA" began at Sophie Stadium in LA on the 27th (local time). BTS's offline concert is the first time in two years and a month since the "2019 BTS World Tour Love Yourself: Speak Yourself the Final" held in Seoul, Korea in October 2019. Fans from all over the world, who had not seen BTS in person for a while due to COVID-19, flocked to LA.

From the first morning of the performance, the area around the stadium was in a festive mood. BTS fan "ARMY," wearing a purple T-shirt and a purple mask, greeted him, asking where he came from. Borahae is a word used to mean "I love you" among ARMYs, and ARMYs also boosted their excitement by performing instant dance performances outside the stadium. There was also an ARMY wearing clothes engraved in Korean. It is estimated that 200,000 ARMYs gathered near the stadium.

When the performance began, ARMYs announced the inside of the stadium through social networking services (SNS). The stadium was filled with fans waving the official cheering stick "Army Bomb." When the BTS members appeared, ARMYs around the world cheered by calling each member's name and sang "sing along" to the song. On social media, posts such as "I want to go to LA even if I swim" poured out.

After the concert, BTS's official Twitter post said, "Isn't it a dream?" See you again, ARMY!" was posted. Performances will be held for four days on the 27th and 28th of next month, and on the 1st and 2nd of next month. Tickets for the performance were sold out immediately after sale, and LA flights and accommodations were so popular that they ran out during the performance.