BTS’ ‘Permission to Dance on Stage’ Los Angeles Concert Is Now Streaming on Disney+
Surprise! BTS’ “Permission to Dance on Stage” Los Angeles concert is now available to stream on Disney+ worldwide.
The streaming service is kicking off its annual Disney+ Day by unveiling the BTS concert film, which showcases the boy band’s string of shows at SoFi Stadium in late 2021, where the group took over for a four-night run. The show movie, created by HYBE and coordinated by Sam Wrench and Junsoo Park, is supposed to be “stage-centered” and incorporates exhibitions of the gathering’s greatest hits like “Explosive,” “Margarine” and “Authorization to Move.”
Tickets for BTS’ mini-residency at SoFi Stadium sold out immediately for all four nights and notched a historic boxscore total that, according to the Billboard Boxscore, was the largest gross for a run of shows at a single venue since 2012.
The explosive concert experience welcomed 70,000 fans each night and made excellent use of the stadium’s massive video screens and high-tech pyrotechnics. In her recap of BTS’ opening L.A. show, Variety‘s Angelique Jackson wrote that the experience was “rife with confetti, smoke, pyrotechnics and — of course — the smoothest of dance moves.”
Disney+ Day commends the best-satisfied contributions on Disney+ and Hulu, and this year brings loads of significant deliveries. The Disney+ Day content arrangement highlights worldwide debuts from Disney, Pixar, Wonder, Star Wars, Public Geographic, “The Simpsons,” and more. As previously announced, Marvel Studios’ “Thor: Love and Thunder,” “Pinocchio,” “Cars on the Road,” “Obi-Wan Kenobi: A Jedi’s Return,” and more are all now streaming on Disney+
Surprise! BTS, the global K-pop superstars, officially released their concert film, BTS Permission to Dance on Stage – L.A., on Thursday at midnight (Pacific Time) on Disney+ worldwide.
In a surprise release to kick off Disney+ Day celebrations, the concert film showcases the seven-member group — RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook — as they take the stage at SoFi Stadium. The septet performed four sold-out shows from Nov. 27-28 and Dec. 1-2 in Los Angeles, their first in-person concerts in two years since the end of 2019.
The concert film, according to Disney+, is “stage-focused” — with sporadic in the background film – – and will highlight PTD in front of audience exhibitions, including their No. 1 every English melody “Explosive,” “Spread” and “Authorization to Move.”
BTS Consent to Move in front of an audience – L.A. is created by HYBE, the organization behind BTS, a Cave of Cheats creation, in relationship with Borderless Movies
. The 130-minute concert film is directed by Sam Wrench and Junsoo Park.
BTS’ Permission to Dance on Stage in L.A. was one of a few select cities the Korean supergroup performed in before announcing in June, during their anniversary celebrations, that they were taking some time to focus on individual projects and solo music, in addition to continuing group activities. During the L.A. concerts in 2021, Meghan Thee Stallion, who remixed “Butter,” and Coldplay’s Chris Martin, who collaborated with the group on “My Universe,” were surprise guests.
As part of the PTD on Stage tour, BTS performed concerts in Seoul and in Las Vegas, some of which were streamed globally online and sho
At the GRAMMYs cover in February, BTS pioneer RM told ET’s Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner of what’s in store in 2022 for the gathering: “Nothing beats us.”
At the time, the rapper played coy when asked about collaboration with Snoop Dogg.
“Oh, are we going to collaborate with him?” he joked. “We’re all fans! Come on, Snoop, call us!” Those rumors turned out to be true, as Snoop rapped on the Benny Blanco track, “Bad Decisions,” featuring BTS’ vocal line, Jin, Jimin, V, and Jungkook.