Everything You Need To Know About BTS’ ‘Bang Bang Con 21’
The South Korean group will air archival concerts for the second year in a row as a gift for their fans
While there’s no word on when South Korean superstars BTS will perform in front of a live crowd again in the wake of COVID-19, the group has rolled out the second edition of ‘Bang Bang Con‘ in hopes to fill the void until they reunite with their fans.
‘Bang Bang Con’ is a livestream that offers free access to BTS’ past concerts and fan meets. The first edition saw the group stream exclusive paid content on April 18th and April 19th of 2020, garnering 50.59 million views cumulatively. This year, ‘Bang Bang Con 21′ will stream seven hours of uninterrupted content with the promise of power-packed performances.
The livestream kicks off with the group’s 2015 concert, ‘BTS Live Trilogy: Episode I. BTS Begins’ and moves on to their global fan meet ‘BTS 5TH Muster [Magic Shop]’ held in June 2019. The show aims to wrap up the celebration with BTS’ world tour ‘Love Yourself: Speak Yourself’ held in São Paulo, Brazil in May 2019.
Fans can expect to enjoy a lot of BTS’ earlier works, as the stream revisits hits such “Skool Luv Affair,” “Jump” and “No More Dream.” You can watch their artistry evolve as they perform their latest records such as “Dionysus,” “Make It Right,” “Mic Drop” and more.
Available for free, ‘Bang Bang Con 21′ will stream on BTS’ YouTube channel, Bangtan TV on April 17th from 3 PM KST (11:30 AM IST) onwards.