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BTS Officially Confirmed To Perform At 2021 Grammy Awards

BTS Officially Confirmed To Perform At 2021 Grammy Awards

7 boys of BTS officially confirmed performing at the most prestigious music event on the planet -2021’s Grammy Awards.

On March 7 local time, the Recording Academy announced its full lineup of performers for this year’s annual Grammy Awards, and BTS was one of the artists on the star-studded list. The group will be joining fellow performers including: Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, Megan Thee Stallion, Bad Bunny, Harry Styles, Cardi B, Post Malone, John Mayer, Doja Cat, Miranda Lambert, Chris Martin, Lil Baby, Roddy Ricch, Black Pumas, DaBaby, Brandi Carlile …

Previously, at the 2020 Grammy Awards, BTS performed as part of a collaboration with Lil Nas X, making this year’s ceremony their first time taking the stage alone to perform one of their own songs at the Grammy Awards.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 26: (Top) Lil Nas X (C) performs with Jin, V, SUGA, Jimin, RM, J-Hope and Jungkook of BTS onstage during the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on January 26, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

BTS is also nominated for their first Grammy Award this year, with their smash hit “Dynamite” earning a nod in the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category. (While their 2018 album “Love Yourself: Tear” previously scored a nomination in 2019, it was nominated in the Best Recording Package category, which is awarded to an album’s art director and not the artist.)

Shortly after the announcement was made, ARMYs (BTS’s fan club) took to Twitter to express their excitement to see the group perform at the 2021 GRAMMY Awards. Several hashtags including “#BTSGrammyPerformers” and “#BTS Kings” are currently trending as of writing, with thousands of fans using the keywords on the platform.

The 63rd Grammy Awards will air live on March 14 at 8p.m ET.

Esquire Announces 10 Great Pop Bands Of All Time

Esquire Announces 10 Great Pop Bands Of All Time

Recently, Esquire magazine has compiled the 10 greatest pop bands of all time.

Esquire is an American men’s magazine. In the United States, it has been published by Hearst Corporation since 1986,also has more than 20 international editions. Recently, this prestigious magazine announced the 10 greatest pop bands of all time.

The first one to be mentioned is The Beatles which is understandable. With sales of 600 million copies, The Beatles quickly became a cultural icon. From their high-tempo hits like “I Want to Hold Your Hand” and “Help!,” to ballads like “Yesterday,” it’s hard to hear any opening chords of a Beatles song without imagining the accompaniment of hordes of screaming fans.

BEATLES 1966 Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, John Lennon and George Harrison at Top Of The Pops

“The Supremes” is a convergence group that brings the breakthrough of three female members. They left a mark on the audience’s hearts with hits like “You Can’t Hurry Love”, “Baby Love” and “Stop, In the Name of Love”. Arguably the greatest Motown act in history, boasting the talents of music legends Diana Ross, Florence Ballard, Mary Wilson, and Betty McGlown, The Supremes were a beloved and groundbreaking group for all-women acts—pop, soul, rock and roll, and more. There’s little doubt that you’ve heard their hits like “You Can’t Hurry Love,” “Baby Love,” and “Stop! In the Name of Love.” And, if you’ve heard any of them, there’s also little chance you’ve refrained from dancing along to their catchy harmonies.

“The Beach Boys” founded in 1961, is a band with bold images of dreams from the American suburbs. With Brian Wilson at the helm and his brothers and friends in tow, The Beach Boys hung ten on the American charts for decades, tactfully balancing between their often ultra-digestible, nearly commercial tone and more daring, experimental efforts. Up to now, The Beach Boys has repeatedly reached the top 10 of the US charts.

Other groups selected in the list include: ABBA, The Temptations, Sly and the Family Stone, Destiny’s Child, Fleetwood Mac, Queen, BTS. BTS is arguably one of the vanguard acts to pioneer K-Pop’s immeasurable worldwide success. Their hit series such as: “Dynamite”, “Life Goes On” are soulful, opening the perfect blend of pop, hip-hop, disco and R&B. This is also the male group with the most numerous and passionate fans at the moment. 

Justin Bieber Announces New Tour Dates – For Summer 2021

A lot of concerts are on a halt during this period of time because of this pandemic that is happening worldwide. Most concert tour schedules are being rescheduled and hoping that in that period of time it concert would already be allowed as well as travelling is permitted also. It would be a very energetic day when time finally comes that all will be back to normal. A lot of fans are waiting for those most awaited days.

Artists are already eager to perform in front of their fans. Other artists are now even announcing their rescheduled concert dates hoping that this pandemic will end soon. Positive thinking is applied on this kind of matter. Justin Bieber is one of the artist that is announcing his new schedules for upcoming tour for summer 2021.

Most of the fans are now very excited to be on this tour. Tickets for this tour with its new schedules will be available on August 6. To those who had already bought a ticket before will be updated by the service provider through an e-mail.

For those who wanted the new schedule for the Justin Bieber tour in 2021, here it is:

(June 2)  San Diego, CA at Pechanga Arena San Diego
(June 4) Las Vegas, NV at T-Mobile Arena
(June 5) (Glendale, AZ at Gila River Arena
(June 7) San Jose, CA at SAP Center at San Jose
(June 8) San Jose, CA at SAP Center at San Jose
(June 10) Portland, OR at Moda Center
(June 11) Tacoma, WA at Tacoma Dome
(June 13) Salt Lake City, UT at Vivint Smart Home Arena
(June 16)  Kansas City, MO at T-Mobile Center
(June 17) Tulsa, OK at BOK Center
(June 19)  Minneapolis, MN at Target Center
(June 22) Chicago, IL at United Center
(June 23) Chicago, IL at United Center
(June 25)  Grand Rapids, MI at Van Andel Arena
(June 26)  Milwaukee, W at Summerfest, AmFam Amp
(June 28) Detroit, MI at Little Caesars Arena
(June 29) Columbus, OH at Schottenstein Center (July 1) Pittsburgh, PA at PPG Paints Arena
(July 3) Toronto, ON at Scotiabank Arena
(July 5) Ottawa, ON at Canadian Tire Centre
(July 6)  Montreal, QC at Bell Centre
(July 8)  Boston, MA at TD Garden
(July 9) Newark, NJ at Prudential Center
(July 11)  Philadelphia, PA at Wells Fargo Center
(July 13)  New York, NY at Madison Square Garden
(July 14) New York, NY at Madison Square Garden
(July 16) Toronto, ON at Scotiabank Arena
(July 17) Toronto, ON at Scotiabank Arena
(July 19) Buffalo, NY at KeyBank Center
(July 20) Brooklyn, NY at Barclays Center
(July 22) Atlanta, GA at State Farm Arena
(July 23) Atlanta, GA at State Farm Arena
(July 25) St. Louis, MO at Enterprise Center
(July 26) Nashville, TN at Bridgestone Arena
(July 28) Washington, DC at Capital One Arena
(July 29) Greensboro, NC at Greensboro Coliseum
(July 31) Miami, FL at American Airlines Arena
(August 2) Tampa, FL at Amalie Arena
(August 5) Houston, TX at Toyota Center
(August 6) Dallas, TX at American Airlines Center
(August 8) Denver, CO at Pepsi Center
(August 11) Los Angeles, CA at Staples Center
(August 12) Los Angeles, CA at Staples Center
(August 14) Inglewood, CA at The Forum
(August 15) Sacramento, CA at Golden 1 Center