BTS’s “Yet to Come” Concert Film Sets November Streaming Date
BTS held their highly anticipated “Yet to Come” concert in Busan on Oct. 15, 2022, to promote the South Korean city’s bid to host the 2030 World Expo, and the boys did not disappoint. The concert was attended by 50,000 ARMYs in person, with tens of millions of fans tuning in to free live streams of the concert across Hybe’s Weverse app, Naver Now, and Zepeto. (The load was seemingly so heavy that all of the official streams went down intermittently throughout the show, forcing fans to bounce between them.)
BTS made such an impact, in fact, that their concert was screened in theaters from Feb. 1 to Feb. 5. Fans who flocked to theaters across the US to relive the concert were able to watch the boys perform a set of 18 songs that spanned their entire career, from “Ma City” and “Spring Day” to “Butter” and “Yet to Come.” They were also able to look back on the boys’ ending speeches, during which the stadium sang “Happy Birthday” to Jimin in honor of his 27th birthday (which was a few days before the concert). Fortunately, if you missed the live stream and the chance to see the film in theaters, fans all over the world will soon be able to stream “Yet to Come” on Prime Video, as the streamer has announced that it will be available to stream in November.
Despite BTS’s hiatus, the boys’ ongoing solo projects, and Jin, J-Hope, and Suga’s military enlistments, the members have repeatedly stressed that the “Yet to Come” concert is not their last – and the band is now slated to officially reunite in 2025 For now, though, hopefully the “Yet to Come” film will tide fans over. Read on for all the information about the boys’ iconic “Yet to Come” concert in Busan.