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BTS releases the official video for their Permission to Dance On-Stage LA performance, WATCH

The official trailer for BTS the film to Permission To Dance's stage show in Los Angeles on Disney+ Hotstar has been released.

BTS releases the official video for their Permission to Dance On-Stage LA performance, WATCH

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Last Updated: 12.32 PM, Sep 08, 2022


For the Permission To Dance on-stage LA Concert, which debuted on Disney+ Hotstar, BTS has released the official trailer. The concert video clip depicts the boy band having fun with the ARMYs while performing and lighting up the stage with their outstanding performances. For those who were unable to attend the event live, HYBE has made an event accessible for ARMYs to watch at home. Which also shows RM, Suga, Jin, Jimin, J-hope, Jungkook, and V enjoying with their fans.

The Permission to Dance on Stage tour started off in Seoul, South Korea, on October 24, 2021, and finished in Las Vegas, on April 16, 2022. With several records broken in their brief careers, BTS is currently one of the top groups in the music business. The Los Angeles concert became yet another evidence of the K-Pop band's extraordinary mainstream success in the United States.

According to a Variety article, HYBE is the producer while Sam Wrench and Junsoo Park are the directors of the concert movie. BTS performed hits including Permission to Dance, Butter, and Dynamite at the event, and it was the first occasion that the group has seen admirers in person in the 2 years following the pandemic. Additionally, critics gave them favourable reviews. For example, Mary Siroky wrote in a piece for Consequence that the LA performance was sheer happiness for four days and resembled a mini-music feast.

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This is the second HYBE content to appear on Disney Plus Hotstar. An earlier release on the streaming service was In The Soop: Friendcation, which starred BTS member V and his Wooga gang. This year's big Disney+ releases will include the concert movie. The documentary series BTS Monuments: Beyond the Star has streaming rights as part of the band's agreement. In-depth video from the band's journey since its 2013 debut is featured in the series, which debuts the following year.

The wildly popular BTS tour will now be accessible to watch on Disney+.