‘BTS: Permission to Dance on Stage – LA’ officially dropped on Disney+.

BTS’s long-awaited concert movie BTS: Permission to Dance on Stage – LA is finally available to stream on Disney+ worldwide.

Here’s everything you need to know.

BTS: Permission to dance on stage – LA falls to Disney+

Disney+ unveiled BTS’ highly anticipated concert movie BTS: Permission to Dance on Stage – LA at midnight PT on Thursday.

Stream’s huge surprise launch is a gift to viewers and fans following the Disney+ Day celebrations.

The movie consists of 7 members RM, Jin, SugarJ-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook will perform at Sophie Stadium.

The Korean boy band previously performed four sold-out shows in Los Angeles last November and December. In particular, this is the group’s first solo concert in two years since the end of 2019.

According to Disney+, the movie will feature a behind-the-scenes video of the concert as ‘stage-oriented’.

The film also includes bands playing some of the best English hit tracks like Dynamite, Butter, and Permission to Dance.

In addition, the film was first released last month. They also declared that a documentary series titled BTS Monument: Beyond the Star is most likely to debut on Disney+ next year.

HYBE, a Den of Thieves production in conjunction with Borderless Films, has produced ‘BTS: Permission to Dance on Stage – LA’.

Meanwhile, Sam Ranch and director Park Junsu directed a 130-minute concert movie.

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Los Angeles was one of the few cities where BTS stopped for their ‘Permission to Dance on Stage’ tour last year.

Nevertheless, the band announced earlier this year at an anniversary celebration that they would be taking a break to focus on individual projects.

When J-Hope announced the suspension of activities in June, he issued a statement saying, “I think we will have to be apart for a while to learn how to become one again.”

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He continued, ‘I hope you don’t view this phenomenon negatively and view it as a sound plan. Then I think BTS will be stronger.’

Meanwhile, BTS’ recent concert films have joined Disney’s growing library of music content. They previously released an Emmy-winning documentary The Beatles: Get Back. Displays the recording sessions for the Let It Be album.

The streamer also features documentaries about musicians such as Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, and Olivia Rodrigo.


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