Posted by beansss AKP STAFF Thursday, May 14, 2020

BTS announce their very own online live concert, 'Bang Bang Con The Live'


BTS's 'Bang Bang Con' continues, but this time, with an online live concert!

On May 14, Big Hit Entertainment announced the launch of BTS's very own online live concert, 'Bang Bang Con The Live', coming this June 14 at 6 PM KST. The concert will offer fans who are practicing social distancing by staying at home with the chance to see BTS live with special multi-view features, as well as the opportunity to virtually visit BTS's very own 'Bang Bang Con' exclusive room!

'Bang Bang Con The Live' will be available via pay-per-view on Weverse, with pre-sales starting on June 1 at 1 PM KST. 

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kokko777254 pts Thursday, May 14, 2020 1
Thursday, May 14, 2020

Come on guys, they are a band and not a charity.

Its New Contest and actually live, not just streaming things that have already been sold before, if course it costs money.

You all underestimate how much of a shitload of money everyone uses because if not being able to tour.

Album sales and streaming don't make an artist rich.

It's all in touring and here mainly in selling merch.

My neighbour is a music producer so I know quite a few people in the music business (sadly, absolutely untreated to anything KPop, haha) and when I heard how little you earn for streams and how much you make with merch on a tour.

It's like 5 cents per 1000 streams of a song which then goes to the label, they take their share and the rest gets split between everyone who worked on the song. So there is hardly anything left for each individual.

Merch makes you a lot if money if you are a band that plays big venues and has fans who love merch.

Anyone on here knows who Depeche Mode is? (google them, haha). A friend was their tour photographer years ago on a Stadium tour. He told me they made an average of 800.000 bucks per night with merch!

Now think about all the money bands lose by not touring, especially smaller ones.

Sure, it's not as bad for bands like BTS who are already rich but still. All the money bighit doesn't earn though them is lost to invest in bts, other (New) projects/artists if them, and the company in the general (building, employees etc.).

it's perfectly fine to ask for money for the live stream.


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bright_light3,317 pts Thursday, May 14, 2020 1
Thursday, May 14, 2020

Will they perform songs from MOTS7? I'm assuming they are if that is indeed the case i will pay for it


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