The highly anticipated concert film, BTS: Yet to Come, is set to stream on Amazon’s Prime Video in over 240 countries and territories starting November 9. This K-pop sensation’s concert originally took place in October last year at the Asiad Main Stadium in Busan, South Korea, as part of the city’s World Expo 2030 bid. Produced by HYBE, CJ 4DPlex, and Trafalgar Releasing, the movie captures the electrifying performances of the seven-member band and includes their biggest hits. With its global release, BTS fans around the world will get a front-row seat to experience the magic of a BTS concert.
BTS: Yet to Come showcases 19 incredible performances from the iconic K-pop group. From chart-topping hits like “Dynamite” and “Butter” to fan favorites such as “RUN,” “MIC Drop,” and “Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment),” this concert film promises to be an unforgettable experience for ARMYs and music enthusiasts alike. The group’s immense talent and unmatched stage presence captivated the 50,000 attendees at the Asiad Main Stadium.
Following its theatrical release by Trafalgar Releasing in February, BTS: Yet to Come achieved remarkable success, grossing over $29 million worldwide. This exceptional achievement demonstrates the strong international fan base and popularity of BTS. Despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the passion and support from ARMYs propelled the film to new heights.
Just as the band reached new heights of success, BTS members announced a temporary hiatus last summer. They made a commitment to fulfill their mandatory military service before reconvening “around” 2025. This decision showcased their dedication and respect for their nation’s obligations. Despite the hiatus, the members continued to amaze and surprise fans with their solo projects, collaborations, and philanthropic endeavors.
In September of this year, BTS members signed new contracts with Big Hit Music, a label operated by HYBE. This momentous agreement solidified their shared vision and commitment to creating groundbreaking music and performances. Fans can eagerly await the next chapter in BTS’s incredible journey.
Prime Video Southeast Asia’s director, David Simonsen, expressed excitement about the collaboration with HYBE. “We are thrilled to partner with HYBE in welcoming BTS: Yet to Come to Prime Video,” he said. This partnership will bring the concert film to millions of Prime Video subscribers, allowing even more people to experience the magic of BTS.
BTS’s global popularity continues to defy expectations and break records. Their music transcends language barriers, uniting fans from diverse cultures and backgrounds. With each release, they shatter records and achieve milestones that were previously unheard of for a non-English-speaking group. BTS’s influence extends far beyond music, as they consistently use their platform to spread messages of love, self-acceptance, and social impact.
BTS: Yet to Come streaming on Prime Video is a testament to the band’s meteoric rise to global stardom. This concert film allows fans worldwide to witness the extraordinary talent and energy of BTS in the comfort of their own homes. As they continue to push boundaries and captivate audiences, BTS proves that they are not just a musical sensation, but a cultural movement that has transformed the global music landscape.