Acclaimed K-pop band BTS is set to entertain its fans with their first live in-person concerts in two years, in Seoul. The ‘BTS Permission to Dance On Stage Concert: Seoul’ is set to be held from 10 to 13 March, 2022. The event will be followed by a four-day Live Play event in Las Vegas, which will be held in April.

The show comes after the tremendous success of the ‘BTS Permission to Dance On Stage Concert: Los Angeles’, which was held in November 2021.

The news of the ‘Permission to Dance On Stage Concert: Seoul’ was first announced on 16 February by the band’s agency Big Hit Music on the global community platform Weverse. All the concerts can be viewed in online live-streaming mode and offline as well.

Permission to Dance On Stage Concert in Seoul

How to buy tickets and watch Live Viewing in theatres

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There are three ways to view the seven-member boy band perform at the Olympic Stadium, Seoul. The concert will be held for three days — 10, 12 and 13 March. The concert on 10 March starts at 7 pm and at 6 pm on the remaining two days.

The 12 March concert can be attended in-person and also watched at selected movie theatres around the world. The concerts on 10 and 13 March can be attended both offline and online.

Live viewing of the 12 March concert will be held at 5:45 pm KST. Fans can buy tickets on the websites of selected theatres. More information is available on

The concert will be in Korea and there will be no subtitles in any other language.

Fans can bring their ‘ARMY BOMB’, the official BTS light stick, if the theatres permit. Live viewing showtime will be posted 15 minutes earlier than the actual concert time.

The live performance of the 10 March concert will be available for online streaming on 19 March while that of the 13 March concert will be available on 20 March. Both online streams will be held at 10 am KST.

According to Big Hit Music, the delayed streaming is a replay event of the main performance’s live stream and will be offered only in HD single-view.

Only those who have ‘BTS Permission to Dance On Stage Seoul’ online live streaming ticket can watch the online streaming.

Asian countries where live performance and repeat performance of the Seoul concert will be available via feed are Singapore, Indonesia, Japan, Philippines, Thailand, Taiwan and South Korea, along with several European, South American and North American countries beside Australia.

More details here.

How to buy tickets for online streaming

Tickets can be bought at Weverse Shop. The login has to be done using the Weverse Shop account used to purchase the ticket.

Once the nickname is set, users have to click the ‘VALIDATE TICKET’ button to verify the purchased ticket. If a 2-Day pass has been bought, fans will have to click on ‘VALIDATE TICKET’ buttons for both dates.

Only two devices can be logged on simultaneously. If a third device is logged on, the first device will be logged out automatically.

Fans will be provided with subtitles in three languages beside Korean: English, Japanese and Chinese.

Live Play Los Angeles

Big Hit Music is going all out for this event, which will be held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. BTS will be performing on four days — 8 and 9 April and 15 and 16 April.

ARMY can watch the concert in real-time on a large screen to experience the exciting moment of the concert in the Live Play, which is a paid in-person event.

The experience comes with a wide range of the fan-centric engagement opportunities including taking AR photos with BTS, Photo Card Random Box, and BTS Photo Studio.

(Main and featured image credit: Manny Carabel/Stringer/Getty Images)

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Manas Sen Gupta

Manas enjoys reading detective fiction and writing about anything that interests him. When not doing either of the two, he checks Instagram for the latest posts by travellers. Winter is his favourite season and he can happily eat a bowl of noodles any time of the day.

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