The offline concert of the group BTS (BTS) will be held in the United States for the first time in two years.

Big Hit Music, the agency, announced on the 28th that it will hold an offline performance of "BTS Permission to Dance on Stage-LA" through the fan community platform Weverse. Performances will be held from November 27th to 28th and December 1st to 2nd at Sofi Stadium in Los Angeles, USA.

BTS' offline performance is the first time in two years since the last performance of the "Love Yourself: Speak Yourself" world tour in Seoul in October 2019. Prior to this offline concert, BTS Permission to Dance on Stage will be held on the 24th of next month through online live streaming. The agency emphasized, "As it is a valuable event prepared under difficult conditions, we will do our best to provide a high-quality performance with the health and safety of artists and fans as the top priority."

Meanwhile, the six continents' global charity concert "Global Citizen Live" (photo), in which BTS participated, raised $1.1 billion (about 1.3 trillion won) in donations and COVID-19 vaccines, AP reported. Hosted by the international charity Global Citizen, the event is designed to inform the global community of problems such as the climate crisis and the supply of COVID-19 vaccines. BTS, Elton John, Stevie Wonder, and Coldplay participated in the event, which opened on the morning of the 26th Korean time.