BTS pop-up ‘Monochrome’ heading to Los Angeles, Bangkok and more

An upcoming pop-up event called ‘Monochrome’ by K-pop boyband BTS has announced brand-new international locations.

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Today (April 18), Big Hit Music announced the cities and dates BTS’ pop-up ‘Monochrome’ will be heading to in the upcoming months. They include Los Angeles, Bangkok, Jakarta and more, from April to June this year, with specifics dates varying per location.

According to Big Hit Music, the pop-up will revolve around the theme of “memory clouds”, which are “clouds containing memories of the time that BTS and ARMY spent together”, per Korea JoongAng Daily. It will include never-before-seen portraits of the K-pop idols, on-site events and more.

Watch the trailer for ‘Monochrome’, as well as the full list of dates and locations for the event below:

The cities and dates for BTS pop-up ‘Monochrome’ are:

Seoul, South Korea

Dates: April 26 to May 12, 2024
Location: AP AGAIN. 12, Seongsuil-ro 4-gil, Seongdong-gu

Tokyo, Japan

Dates: May 3 to May 26, 2024
Location: 5F LOCUL, Tokyu Plaza Omotesando, 4-30-3 Jingumae

Jakarta, Indonesia

Dates: May 9 to June 23, 2024
Location: METRO Gradaria City GF, South Jakarta City

Bangkok, Thailand

Dates: May 10 to June 23, 2024
Location: Siam Paragon 3F, 001/1 Rama I Rd, Pathum Wan

Los Angeles, California

Dates: May 16 to May 27, 2024
Location: TBA

Manila, the Philippines

Dates: May 24 to June 30
Location: Level 2, South Wing, Entertainment Mall, SM Mall of Asia

BTS POP-UP : MONOCHROME

GLOBAL POP-UP SCHEDULE
SEOUL: 04/26 – 05/12
TOKYO: 05/03 – 05/26
JAKARTA: 05/09 – 06/23
BANGKOK: 05/10 – 06/23
LA: 05/16 – 05/27
MANILA: 05/24 – 06/30#BTS #방탄소년단 #BTS_POPUP #MONOCHROME #MNCR pic.twitter.com/o3YW8P8vcZ

— BTS_official (@bts_bighit) April 17, 2024

In other K-pop news, South Korean entertainment company HYBE, home to K-pop juggernauts BTS, have inked a new 10-year “global alliance” with Universal Music Group (UMG). It will give UMG “exclusive distribution rights” to HYBE releases for the next 10 years, while HYBE’s roster of artists will have access to the former’s “global network”.

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