BTS' Next Muster Concert Could Be Live, So Here's What To Know About It

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BTS has officially kicked off FESTA! The group holds the event every year in celebration of their debut anniversary on June 13. Fans always get so excited for it because it means they’ll be getting two weeks’ worth of new content, from choreography videos and photoshoots to behind-the-scenes clips. Each year, the highlight of the event is BTS’ Muster, which is a fan meeting and concert that usually takes place both online and in person. The guys often perform a mix of new and throwback songs. Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus pandemic, their 2020 celebration was only held virtually, but this time, things could be different. To stay in the loop, here’s everything you need to know about BTS’ 2021 Muster Sowoozoo.

Muster is always the FESTA event ARMYs look forward to the most because fans never know what to expect from the group in terms of their setlist and inventive on-stage activities. Every year, BTS also centers their event around a certain theme. According to fans, their 2021 Muster is called “Sowoozoo” because it’s the Korean title of BTS’ song “Mikrokosmos,” which from their 2019 album Map of the Soul: Persona. In the song, BTS calls ARMYs their galaxy, so the theme around this year’s Muster fittingly revolves around outer space.

Since BTS’ Muster is right around the corner, here’s everything you need to know about the event to make sure you don’t miss out.

When is BTS’ Muster Sowoozoo?

The event will be held across two days. The first part will be on Sunday, June 13, at 6:30 p.m. KST (that’s 5:30 a.m. ET) and the second part will be on Monday, June 14, at the same time. In case you can’t make it, the show will replay on Friday, June 19, at 10 a.m. KST (that’s June 18 at 9 p.m. ET) and Saturday, June 20, at 10 a.m. KST (that’s June 19 at 9 p.m. ET).

How do I get tickets for BTS’ Muster Sowoozoo?

Fans can purchase tickets to watch the livestream for BTS’ 2021 Muster on the Weverse Global Shop. Tickets for the first show will be on sale until June 13 at 6:29 ET and tickets for the second show will be on sale until June 14 and 6:29 ET. Prices range from $45 to $81.

It’s also worth noting there are multiple ticket packages fans can choose from. ARMYs who don’t have a fanclub membership can purchase an HD single-view ticket for one show only or buy HD single-view tickets for both days. Meanwhile, ARMYs who have a fanclub membership can purchase either option mentioned previously, as well as HD multi-view tickets for either days, an HD multi-view two-Day Pass, and a 4k single-view plus an HD multi-view ticket for both shows.

How do I stream BTS’ Muster Sowoozoo?

You can watch BTS’ 2021 Muster over at VenewLive, which is a streaming platform that delivers a unique and immersive concert experience to fans!

What is the setlist for BTS’ Muster Sowoozoo?

Big Hit said day one of Muster will include BTS’ Korean songs, while day two will include their foreign-language songs that are in Japanese and English.

Fans got their first teaser for BTS’ 2021 Muster Sowoozoo setlist on Wednesday, June 2, when the event’s official page on the Weverse Global Shop revealed a numbered list with clues hinting toward five tracks. After decoding them, ARMYs theorized BTS’ setlist would include “Fire,” “So What,” “Dis-ease,” “Mikrokosmos,” and “Not Today.”

They got another surprise on Tuesday, June 8, when Big Hit dropped their second Muster teaser on Twitter. This time, fans noticed the teaser image featured the phrase “Daechwita” written in Hanja, which is a traditional writing system consisting of Chinese characters. “Daechwita” is a single that was featured on Suga’s second Agust D mixtape, D-2, in May 2020, hinting the rapper will perform it live for the first time during BTS’ Muster. To add to their theory, fans realized the teaser also featured a drawing of a nabal, which is a horn instrument that was seen in Suga’s “Daechwita” music video.

BTS’ 2021 Muster can’t come soon enough!

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