BTS ARMY will host group members RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook on Saturday virtually in India. Fans will be able to watch the group perform their concert in Seoul, BTS Permission To Dance On Stage, via live screening. It will be screened at PVR cinemas in several cities across India. (Also Read | BTS’ Permission To Dance on Stage Seoul day 1: V Leaves Members Split, ARMY Spots Jimin’s New Tattoos. Watch)
Taking to Twitter recently, PVR shared a poster of the group. He wrote, “Get ready to dance with BTS! Watch Permission To Dance On Stage – Live Screening, only in PVR theaters on March 12, 2022.” He added the link to book tickets and also added some hashtags including BTS, Live Screening, BTS at PVR, Permission To Dance On Stage, Back at PVR, and BTS Army.
Reacting to the news, Indian fans tweeted expressing their happiness. One fan wrote, “Makes me cry.” “Finally!! Happy for all of us. It’s not in theaters in my town but I’m really happy for my fellow ARMYs. Stay safe and enjoy,” another fan tweeted. “It’s like a fever dream for me. I’m going to BTS live concert this Saturday,” said one fan.
“It’s happening, I’ll be streaming live on PTD Seoul. Gonna be the best day of my life, see you soon ARMY,” one person tweeted. “It’s not available in my city…but I’m happy for those Indian Army soldiers who can finally watch them in India…hope you all enjoy!” writes a fan.
The first show on Saturday is at 2:30 p.m. at 46 PVR cinemas in 25 cities across India. The recorded live screenings will be rebroadcast at 6 p.m.
On Thursday, BTS performed in person on the first day of their three-day concert at Seoul’s Olympic Stadium. It took place after a hiatus of more than two years due to the coronavirus pandemic. After two online gigs in the past two years and a field tour in Los Angeles last December, the band was happy to perform for the native ARMY.
The group previously held a virtual version of the Permission To Dance on Stage concert last year, their first since BTS Map of the Soul ON:E, which was held online in October 2020.
On Thursday, BTS performed several songs, including Black Swan, Boy With Luv, Dynamite, Butter, and Life Goes On, among others. BTS also sang the song Happy Birthday for Suga, who turned 29 on Wednesday. After a short hiatus, the band appeared on stage again for the ARMY TIME special where they performed Home, Airplane pt.2, Silver Spoon and Dis-ease. After Saturday, BTS will hold their third and final concert in Seoul on Sunday.
BTS is also looking forward to meeting fans in Las Vegas next month in front of a live audience and their performance at the 2022 Grammy Awards. They are nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for Butter at the Grammys.