Is BTS Finally Coming To India? ARMY Is Hopeful As Lollapalooza Announces Debut In India Next Year

Touted as one of the biggest bands in the world, BTS has toured across the world in several countries. They have sold out massive dome concerts that help millions of fans cheering them in the purple pool. The band is back on track with an in-person concert after they were not able to meet their fans for two years owing to the pandemic.

Unfortunately, for the fans in India, the band has never stepped foot in any of the Indian cities. However, a piece of good news might be on the way for the desi ARMY. As per a report from Billboard, Lollapalooza has decided to expand to Asia and Mumbai is one of the stops next year. The festival will mark its debut in India on January 28-29, 2023.

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India’s largest ticketing platform, BookMyShow, took the responsibility to co-produce the festival along with Perry Farrell, WME and C3 Presents, as per the outlet. The venue of the festival is yet to announce. There will be four stages, 40 acts playing across 20 hours in front of 60,000 audiences each day. It is pertinent to note that the line-up of the festival has not been announced yet.

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However, this did not stop the fans to speculate and hope that BTS would perform at the event, ultimately, making their debut in India. These speculations come after rapper J-Hope scripted history by becoming the first South Korean performer at the event. It is not far-fetched for fans to wonder if BTS would come to India by performing at Lollapalooza next year. While BTS is yet to confirm or deny the same, check out these tweets that prove that desi ARMY are eagerly waiting for the septet to come to India.


John Colin

I am a technology journalist with over two decades of press experience. I have spent much of the last ten years, focusing on open source, tech gadgets, data analytics and intelligence, Internet of things, cloud computing, mobile devices, and data management. I'm a senior editor at Mashable's covering data analytics, venture capital, (SaaS) applications, cloud and enterprise software out of New York.

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