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BTS Is Back To Live-stream With Their “Bang Bang Con The Live” Concert; See Details

BTS has recently announced the date for their next live-stream concert. It will run for a total of 90 minutes followed with other exclusive content. Read


The popular South Korean band BTS has decided to do a live stream concert on June 14 amid the pandemic. The band has followers from all over the globe who would love to see them perform during this lockdown. Read more to know about BTS performing at their live-stream concert. 

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BTS to perform live at their Bang Bang Con The Live concert

BTS ammounced that they will be performing at their “Bang Bang Con The Live” concert. It will be held on June 14 at 6 pm Korean time which is 2:30 pm for the Indian viewers. BTS has said that the concert will run for approximately 90 minutes and be followed with other content. They have also mentioned that this is going to be a pre-paid concert. It seems that their last live performance has managed to be a hit and could be a good push for their “Bang Bang Con The Live” concert.


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Fans have been sharing their views online about BTS performing live at their Bang Bang Con The Live concert. Here are some fan reactions about the same. 

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