The BTS Yet to Come free concert will be held on October 15 at 6 pm on a special stage in Ilgwang, Gijang-gun, Busan, South Korea. Ticket reservation started from August 30, 2022.
The BTS Yet To Come in Busan concert will be attended by 100,000 fans, consisting of 50,000 designated seats and 50,000 standing seats.
Outside food and beverages are not allowed inside the venue, and a separate entry number is not distributed for standing seats.
BTS concert Yet To Come in Busan (Ticket)
Ticket reservation for BTS concert in Busan will be made through general reservation for remaining seats following a lottery system for fan clubs.
First, designated seats will be held by a lottery system in which fans with ‘ARMY Membership‘ can only apply. You can pre-apply on Weverse from 4:00 PM on August 30th to 3:59 PM on September 1st, and you will be randomly drawn from among applicants and have the opportunity to reserve tickets from September 7th to 8th.
If the reservation is not completed during this period, the prize will be canceled and the canceled seats will be transferred to the general reservation.
Customers under the age of 14 must make a reservation for this concert in their own name, and it is not possible to make a reservation using the ID of another person, such as a family member or legal representative.
BTS concert Tickets are free, but you must pay the reservation fee and shipping fee separately. All reservations are limited to one per person.
At the same time, at the outdoor parking lot of the Busan Port International Passenger Terminal, a live performance of 10,000 people will be held together with a large screen to watch the performance in real time.
‘Army Membership‘ users who did not win the offline performance can participate in the ‘Live Play’ fan club pre-sale starting at 8:00 pm on September 23.
Also, if there are any remaining seats, general reservations will be held on September 30th at 8:00 PM.
Meanwhile, On the 30th, the city of Busan announced that it has invited over 3500 guests, including BIE selection committee members, their families and other guests to the BTS concert in Busan, which is scheduled for October 15.
Busan is looking to use large cruise ship and high speed boat to transport the audience to the BTS concert venue from the North Port International Passenger Terminal near Busan Station. The old Korean glass factory where the BTS Yet To Come concert is taking place has a berthing facility (a structure to help moor boats).
Busan also announced to add more flights from Incheon and Gimpo to Gimhae, They will also add more KTX trains and more trains to ease the influx of people. The city is also looking into making a temporary parking lot for 20,000 cars near the venue and use shuttles to bus people to the BTS concert.