The members of BTS recently generated a lot of excitement for the Army when they made a grand appearance at The Fact Music Awards 2022. Not only that, but the Septet also had a wave of wins at the mega event. Now, fans are eagerly awaiting BTS’s upcoming performance in Busan.
The upcoming concert is titled ‘Yet to Come in Busan’ and is set for October 15, 2022 at 6pm KST. Now, the last we know is that the concert will be streamed live on the Naver NOW app. The best part here is that it will cost the Army nothing to watch the concert from the comfort of their homes from anywhere in the world. The concert will also be broadcast live on ZEPETO and Weverse. The mega-event is expected to host around 100,000 attendees, and its goal is to support Busan’s bid to host the 2030 World Expo. The South Korean is already dressed in ‘purple’ to welcome BTS members who will perform at the Busan Asiad. Main Stadium.
Previously, HYBE finally cleared up the rumors surrounding the controversy surrounding the financing of BTS’s upcoming concert in Busan. Previously, reports began to circulate that tickets for the concert sold out within minutes as soon as they went live. This, once again, proved the worldwide stardom of the Septet. However, concerns were also raised about the designated location due to the increased number of people. Therefore, the venue was changed to Busan Asiad Main Stadium from Ilgwang Special Stage.
HYBE reportedly stated that a large portion of the concert expenses will be covered by corporate sponsors, online broadcast announcements, etc. The label further revealed that it would cover the rest of the expenses by itself. Also, the BTS member will not charge any performance fee. With this, they will be fulfilling their wish to hold a free concert for their fans.
BigHit Music, the agency associated with the Bangtan Boys, made a special announcement related to the concert regarding the location. This is what the agency announced on September 2, 2022: “The venue for BTS’s ‘Yet to Come’ at BUSAN, a concert for Busan World Expo 2030, has been changed from the previously announced Ilgwang special stage to Busan Asiad Main. Stadium.”