BTS ARMYs better be ready. April definitely will be one for the book in BTS and ARMYs world.
BTS is expected to leave South Korea for the United States within this week. They will be attending the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards on April 3 in MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas as nominees and performers. This year’s nomination is their second nomination on GRAMMY Awards.
They are nominated as Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for Butter, competing with Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga’s “I Get a Kick Out of You”, Justin Bieber, and Benny Blanco’s “Lonely”, Coldplay’s “Higher Power”, and Doja Cat feat. SZA’s “Kiss Me More”. They also will be performing live and we expect that they will be performing Butter as they are nominated for that song.
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Considering GRAMMY as the pitstop, BTS has a more grandiose agenda to look forward to in Las Vegas. Yes, the Permission to Dance on Stage – Las Vegas will be held on April 8, 9, 15, and 16 in Allegiant Stadium. With a week from the show announcement until the ticket presales for BTS Global Official Fanclub Army Membership, the BTS ARMYs managed to sell out all 4 of the shows within 24 hours and concluded the ticket sales for Permission to Dance on Stage in Las Vegas.
There is no General Verified Fan Presale, General Verified Fan Presale, and General Public Onsale as what has been planned before since the show already sold out on the first day of the presale.
Just like PTD on Stage in Los Angeles, there will be a LIVE PLAY for Las Vegas’ show. LIVE PLAY is a paid in-person event where ARMY can watch the concert in real-time on a large screen and experience the lively moment of the concert. The LIVE PLAY will take place in MCM Grand Garden Arena—the same place as the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards.
It is only 2 weeks until the first show of Permission to Dance on Stage in Las Vegas but the excitement and enthusiasm are already in the air. Las Vegas will be turned into Borahae—BTS & ARMYs term of ‘I love you’—city, just like what happened to Los Angeles before.
There is no confirmed schedule about BTS’ departures to Las Vegas but BTS’ performance director, Son Seung Deuk, from his Instagram account posted a video of his departure to the US on March 21st with the caption, “Good bye~~~”
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So, it is expected that BTS will depart too soon. Let’s look forward to BTS’ performance at the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards that will be aired on CBS and Paramount+ on Sunday, April 3 at 5 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. ET / 9 a.m. KST (April 4) and of course, the Permission to Dance on Stage in Las Vegas.