It’s getting harder and harder to keep up with BTS on account of how booked they are. But who’s complaining? Today, Sept. 15, the group announced that they will be holding a live online concert called “Permission To Dance On Stage.” The show will be livestreamed on October 24 and we’re keeping our eyes peeled for ticket reservation details.
The announcement comes a few weeks after BTS dropped their “Butter” remix featuring Megan Thee Stallion. “Permission To Dance” is the second track on their “Butter” single album. Connecting those dots, there’s a big possibility that we’re getting a live performance of the official choreography for Megan’s verse. 3J (J-hope, Jimin, and Jungkook) come through!
On Sept. 24, BTS’ collab with Coldplay titled “My Universe” will be released. So that’s another track that we’re hoping will be performed live. Who knows? Maybe Megan and Coldplay will have guest appearances. After all, Chris Martin has hung out with the group.
In between song releases and preparing for the concert, BTS will also be fulfilling other duties. As of Sept. 14, the United Nations ambassadors have also been appointed by South Korean President Moon Jae-in as “Special Presidential Envoy for Future Generations and Culture.” During the ceremony, Moon presented them with diplomatic passports and commemorative fountain pens.
BTS will be representing South Korea at the UN’s “SDG Moment 2021” on Sept. 20 where they will be delivering a speech and a performance.
On top of all of that, ARMY are also speculating that BTS will be dropping a second album before the year ends. Talk about being fed.