You Don't Need Permission to See BTS in Concert
But you do need a movie ticket.
(SPOT.ph) By now, most of you have already heard that global sensation BTS is finally holding their first in-person concert on their home-turf South Korea this coming March. After selling out So-Fi Stadium in Los Angeles, California four times, it's no wonder that ARMY are fighting tooth and nail just to see their idols perform once again. Unfortunately, the upcoming series of concerts are limited to South Korean residents as borders are still closed for leisure purposes.
While the borders being closed may bring stress to those dedicated to the seven members of the popular boy band, the group's label, Big Hit Entertainment and HYBE are giving all ARMY the chance to see the concert—regardless of location with the global theater live-viewing on March 12!
— BTS_official (@bts_bighit) February 16, 2022
Broadcast to cinemas worldwide March 12 only!
We don't need permission to #Dance_in_cinemas????????
Global: Feb 23, 12AM (KST) ~
Asia: Feb 24, 10AM (KST) ~
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Where to watch BTS Permission to Dance On Stage Concert in the Philippines:
As of writing, SM Cinemas has announced that they will be showing the concert on March 12. While full details have yet to be disclosed, the mere fact that the Philippines will be part of the cinema roster is enough to last us until ticket sales day! We'll keep you updated.
For more information, you can check out SM Cinema's Facebook page.
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