Whether you’re a BTS fan or not, you’ve probably heard about how he’s been in Las Vegas lately. Maybe you’ve seen him perform at a Las Vegas concert or you’ve read about him appearing at the Grammys. Whatever it is, you’ve probably wondered what hotel he’s staying at.
ARMYs from across the globe took notice when it was revealed that the elusive megastar is finally making his way to the US and that the long slumbers are officially on the way out. For the rest of us, it is now time to catch up with our buddies in the flesh. This is a particularly good time to book your hotel for the night before the swag bag is delivered to your door. You’ll find the room surprisingly spacious with ample lighting and a decent sized bathroom. The perks include free Wi-Fi, and a complimentary morning snack. IHG Hotels is a top-notch hospitality provider with more than 200 properties in the US and Europe. Among them is the aforementioned Candlewood Suites on Fort Jackson, which is set to open its west wing in October of 2020.
Traditionally, The Grammys are held in Los Angeles. These events are a huge media spectacle. This year’s show will feature a variety of performers, including Harry Styles, BTS, Post Malone, and Taylor Swift. The show is expected to be a major tentpole event for CBS, as the music industry continues to grapple with the impact of streaming.
The show will be broadcast on CBS from the Los Angeles Convention Center, where there will be four performance stages, each surrounded by nominees. A fifth stage will be used for presenters.
Earlier this year, the date of the Grammys was announced as January 31, but was postponed because of a surge in the number of omicron COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles. Rolling Stone reported that the award show was postponed until March 21, and a day later, the Grammys’ official website confirmed the change.
Las Vegas concert
Visiting Las Vegas, Nevada, is a great way to experience the best in entertainment. The city has an abundance of concerts, magic shows, and whimsical spectacles. Hundreds of shows are performed each year, making it one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.
Las Vegas has a reputation for being the entertainment capital of the world. It is also a hot spot for tourists, and with tourists coming back to Vegas, the town is coming back to life. Some of the biggest acts are playing at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, Allegiant Stadium, and T-Mobile Arena. The shows at these venues are usually sold out.
One of the longest running residencies in Las Vegas is the Australian Bee Gees tribute show. Nine years of success has earned them a new five-year contract.
Holiday shopping for BTS fans
During their time in Los Angeles, BTS will perform four concerts, and conclude the activities with their performance at the 2021 iHeartRadio Jingle Ball tour. While they’re in LA, the band is also releasing several new items for fans to purchase.
Among these are special edition albums. This is a great way for fans to purchase the most sought after BTS merch. They’re also incredibly hard to find, so be sure to check Amazon or eBay if you’re looking to snag one.
BTS released a new anthology album titled Proof, which contains 48 songs. It includes three new tracks. This album is set to be released on Friday. It’s a perfect holiday gift for fans. The new album will be available for purchase online or in stores.
Leave BTS Alone
Despite the fact that BTS is on a break, they still manage to do a lot of things. They’ve played games, cooked Italian food, and tried interior design. They’ve even been seen playing screen golf!
They’re even scheduled to appear on “Late Late Show with James Corden” next month. In addition, they’re set to release a 4K concert film, and their debut docuseries. In addition, they’re on the road to a new record. And they have been nominated for three awards at the 2021 American Music Awards!
They’re nominated for Artist of the Year, Favorite Pop Duo/Group, and Favorite Pop Song. They’re also set to perform with Coldplay, and Megan Thee Stallion at the American Music Awards. They’ve also been selected by South Korean President Moon Jae-In to be his special envoy.