BTS continue their world domination – this time in Las Vegas! They finally announced PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE: Las Vegas, and ARMY are quaking in their boots. If there’s one place you don’t need ‘Permission To Dance,’ it’s Sin City.
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The septet has had a pretty extraordinary return to in-person concerts – first with four sold-out shows at So-Fi Stadium in LA last fall. Next will be PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE: Seoul – three nights at Olympic Stadium, their first shows with an audience in their home country since October 2019 – on March 10th, 12th, and 13th.
Now, they’ve announced four shows at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on April 8th, 9th, 15th, and 16th. Similar to the shows in LA, there will be a ‘LIVE PLAY’ theater, with each show being live-broadcasted to a full audience, this time at MGM Grand Garden Arena. Plus those exclusive photocard booths are back…
Some eagle-eyed ARMY (nothing gets past us, you know, except all the stuff that does) have also noticed that BTS will be performing in Las Vegas the week after the GRAMMYs take place… also in Vegas. This pretty much confirms BTS’ in-person attendance, something they missed out on doing last year. We have to say, it’s pretty cool that BTS are now at a stage in their careers where they can just decide to do multiple stadium shows wherever they go and expect those shows to sell out in minutes. Plus, if they do go to the GRAMMYs, it’s fun to think they’ll be sat in what is essentially their backup concert venue for the next fortnight.
How To Get Tickets
If you’ve got your fingers crossed for PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE – Las Vegas tickets, then you should sign up for ticket access here! There’s a variety of presales, including Weverse membership, Official Fanclub, and more, so check out which ones you’re eligible for. You only have until Saturday, February 26th at 5 pm PT.
Can’t make it to Vegas? Don’t worry. BTS are truly the kings of virtual concerts, and, true to form, will be streaming the last show online globally. We’re still waiting for more ticket details on that one, though!
BTS’ 2022 is already, unsurprisingly, off to an incredible start thanks to these shows in Seoul and Las Vegas, plus officially being declared the biggest-selling music act in the world in 2021 by IFPI. Now, ARMY just waits on tenterhooks to see where BTS’ global takeover will take them next. If it’s the case that Bangtan can just rock up wherever they planned on going, and decide to do some stadium shows whilst they’re there, we truly live in fear.
If you’re trying to get Las Vegas tickets, we’re manifesting for you! And if you manage to score them, please let us know. Where do you think or hope BTS will show up next? Let us know your thoughts over on Twitter @TheHoneyPop!
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