btsthe South Korean boy band from k pop, continues to reap success and announce new projects and presentations around the world. Rumors in their fanbase suggest that they would be close to the release of a new album, which would be announced after the date of Bangtan’s comeback.
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What is certain is the Confirmed dates for Permission to dance on stage in Seoul, this March 10, 12 and 13, 2022. The event will be broadcast live globally and on the central day of the presentations there will be a special online broadcast broadcast by designated cinemas in different countries in Europe, Asia, America and Latin America.
BTS’s fandom increases with the passing of days, which makes the opportunity to attend one of their concerts more and more difficult due to different factors. Certainly Bangtan shows are a guaranteed success with sold-out tickets, but How much money is BTS earning per concert? In this note we tell you how much the boyband managed to raise at the Permission to dance on stage show in Los Angeles.
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With the recent announcement of a new edition of Permission to dance on Stage in Seoul, we can review the success and collection achieved by the boyband in the first edition of the show held in Los Angeles.
The first edition of PTD on stage sold out all four confirmed dates and, together with the online broadcast of the concert, they came to gather an audience of more than 800 thousand attendees from all over the world.
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According to the Billboard portal, BTS closed the year 2021 with a flourish, generating huge profits with its various presentations in the United States. The price of the ticket to the VIP area of the concert was valued at approximately $450.
Bangtan Sonyeondan managed to raise 33.3 million dollars from the sale of 200 thousand tickets for the concert held at the So-Fi stadium, this amount being the highest collection of the decade so far.
Likewise, the profits from the collection do not include the sale of merchandising, which is a significant income.