‘BTS: Permission To Dance On Stage – LA’ Officially Released On Disney+

BTS’s highly anticipated concert film BTS: Permission to Dance on Stage – LA is finally available to stream on Disney+ globally.

Here is everything you need to know.

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

Disney+ globally released BTS’s anticipated concert film, BTS: Permission to Dance on Stage – LA on Thursday at midnight PT.

The surprise release from the streaming giant is a treat for viewers and fans in the wake of the Disney+ Day celebrations.

The film shows all seven members of the septet, namely RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook, taking the stage at SoFi Stadium.

The Korean boy band had previously performed four sold-out shows last November and December in Los Angeles. This marked the group’s first in-person concert in two years specifically since the end of 2019.

According to Disney+, the film is “stage-focused” and will show behind-the-scenes footage of the concert.

The film also includes the band performing their number one hits in English, such as Dynamite, Butter and Permission to Dance.

Also, the movie was first announced last month. Additionally, they stated that an upcoming docuseries titled BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star will likely debut on Disney+ next year.

HYBE, a Den of Thieves Production along with Borderless Films served as producers for ‘BTS: Permission to Dance on Stage – LA’.

Meanwhile, Sam Wrench and Junsoo Park directed the 130-minute concert film.

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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.

However, the band announced that they will be taking a hiatus to focus on individual projects earlier this year during their anniversary celebrations.

J-Hope said in a statement upon announcing his hiatus in June, “I think we should spend some time apart to learn to be one again.”

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He further added: ‘I hope they don’t see it as a negative and see it as a healthy plan. I think BTS will get stronger that way.’

Meanwhile, BTS’ recent concert film joins a growing library of music content at Disney. They had previously released an Emmy-winning documentary, The Beatles: Get Back. Shows the recording sessions for the Let It Be album.

Additionally, the streamer also offers documentaries on musicians like Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, and Olivia Rodrigo.

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