What Is Bts Biggest Concert?

BTS, the South Korean boy band, are one of the most popular musical acts in the world. From their debut in 2013, BTS have gone on to become an international sensation and have achieved an incredible level of success. As part of their rise to prominence, BTS have held a variety of concerts around the world. But what is their biggest concert to date?

The answer is the 2019 Love Yourself: Speak Yourself tour, which saw the band perform a total of seven concerts across three countries. Their biggest show was a two-day extravaganza held at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California. This show saw the band perform in front of a sold-out crowd of 85,000 people, making it the largest concert by any artist in the USA in 2019.

The show was filled with all the energy and excitement that their fans had come to expect from a BTS performance. The show opened with the band's classic hit "Fire" and went on to feature other major hits such as "Fake Love", "Boy in Luv", "Dope" and "IDOL". The crowd was filled with the enthusiasm of BTS fans from all over the world, with fans from the US, Canada, Mexico, South Korea and other countries in attendance.

The show also featured a variety of special effects, including pyrotechnics and lasers, and a huge LED screen, which displayed music videos and other visuals throughout the performance. The show also had a few surprise moments, including a special appearance by American singer Halsey.

The Rose Bowl show was a huge success, and it was followed by other major concerts around the world. In total, the band performed 34 shows in 18 countries, including the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia, Japan, China, and South Korea. The tour was a massive success, with all the shows selling out, and the band earning over $116 million US dollars in ticket sales alone.

The success of the Love Yourself: Speak Yourself tour has cemented BTS's status as one of the biggest musical acts in the world. Their Rose Bowl show was a major milestone in their career and will certainly be remembered as one of their biggest concerts to date.

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