BTS had an impressive number of people tuning in to their online concert “BANG BANG CON: The Live”!
On June 14 at 6 p.m. KST, just one day after they celebrated the seventh anniversary of their debut, BTS held a special livestream event that gave fans all over the world a chance to enjoy a live BTS concert at home.
For approximately 100 minutes, BTS treated fans to an exciting show that mixed some of their biggest hits with newer songs from their latest album “Map of the Soul: 7“—and the response was explosive. Over 756,600 people from 107 different regions across the globe streamed the live pay-per-view concert, which gave fans a choice of six different angles from which they could watch the show.
BTS’s “BANG BANG CON” online concert weekend was a huge hit!
While BTS has had to cancel or postpone concerts on their “Map of the Soul” world tour due to the COVID-19 pandemic, fans around the globe got to share a special experience last weekend as they enjoyed the group’s previous concerts together online while staying at home.
Starting at noon KST each day on April 18 and 19, BTS streamed several of their concerts, fan meetings, and more on their YouTube Channel via an online concert event titled “BANG BANG CON.” All together, the event lasted about 24 hours and recorded 50.59 million views! There was a high of a whopping 2.24 million people watching simultaneously at one point.