BTS fans can look forward to watching past performances put up by their idols from the comfort of their home this weekend.
The South Korean boy band, one of the biggest acts in the world, announced on their official Twitter account that they would be streaming their past concerts on YouTube for free this weekend.
Called Bang Bang Con, the concert marathon will begin at noon on Saturday (April 18) – with their concerts from 2014 to 2016.
It will continue on Sunday, with their concerts including BTS 4th Muster (Happy Ever After) and BTS World Tour 'Love Yourself' Seoul.
In late February, BTS cancelled their four Seoul concerts that were originally scheduled in April, due to the rise in Covid-19 cases in South Korea.
In March, they postponed their North America tour by two months to June due to concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.
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