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The group BTS, which topped the Billboard single chart for seven consecutive weeks with its second English song "Butter," will participate in a global live performance event to overcome the new coronavirus infection.
Global Citizen, an international charity based in New York, announced its plan to hold the "Global Citizen Live" 2021 event on the 13th, entertainment media Variety and others reported.
"Global Citizen Live" will be held on September 25 and will be broadcast live 24 hours a day in the form of connecting major cities on six continents.
Live stages will be held in Seoul, South Korea, New York and Los Angeles, London, France, Lagos, Nigeria, Rio de Janeiro, and Sydney, Australia.
The concert will be broadcast live on ABC and the BBC, YouTube and Twitter, streaming platform Hulu and Internet station iHeartRadio.
Global Citizen, which was launched with the aim of solving global poverty and climate change problems, has recently carried out charity activities to help the poor around the world suffering from the covid-19 pandemic.
The "Global Citizen Live" event will be held as part of a campaign to request vaccine donations and financial support from poor countries and the poorest to end covid-19.
BTS and other top pop stars will participate in this stage.
Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran, who participated as a composer of the recently released BTS new song "Permission to Dance," Canadian R&B star Weekend, and ceramic cat, which is popular with their new album "Planet Her," will appear.
Coldplay, Metallica, Duran Duran, Billie Eilish, Rizzo, Shawn Mendes, Usher, Ricky Martin and Andrea Bocelli will perform live.