This season, BTS is ready to offer a warm welcome!
The group will partake in the Music on a Mission, the Grammy Week, to aid staff in the music industry impacted by COVID-19. The concert will take place online due to COVID-19 restrictions.
On 2 March, MusiCares, a charity branch of the Recording Academy, announced the exciting news on social media.
Music On A Mission is to replace the annual Person of the Year Gala for MusiCares which will be held on 12 March at 5 PM PT/8 PM ET and 1 AM local time. All ticket proceeds from the event would go to help the pandemic-influenced artists.
A variety of artists will perform in the immersive concert with BTS, including John Legend, HAIM, H.E.R., Usher, Bruce Springsteen, Jhené Aiko, Tom Petty & Stevie Nicks.
The Crew Nation’s, Live Nation’s COVID- 19 relief fund for out-of-work concert crews, was donated $1 million by BTS and Big Hit Entertainment last June. The group even contributed their ensembles to the charity auction during Grammy Week from their “Dynamite” Music Video. The outfits from “Dynamite” went for $162,500.
At the 2021 Grammy Awards for their album “Dynamite” released in August last year, BTS were nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category.
BTS’s “Dynamite” has stayed on the Billboard Hot 100, and is the longest running single to stay on the charts by an all-Korean group. Moreover, it broke many records and won many awards.
See the exciting news made on Twitter below by MusiCare:
We’re excited to announce that the GRAMMY-Nominated #BTS (@bts_bighit) are joining our incredible lineup of #MusicOnAMission performers! ⚡️
🎟 Tickets are now available: https://t.co/rYpgPc30l1 pic.twitter.com/cKvILHBAsI
— MusiCares (@MusiCares) March 1, 2021