CHICAGO, Feb. 5, 2019 – BTS’s World Tour “Love Yourself” documentary is coming back to theaters across the U.S. as a response to popular demand worldwide. The tour was filmed at the Seoul Olympic Stadium in Seoul, South Korea in August 2018. The documentary is planned to return to the big screen on Feb. 9th and Feb. 10th in selected countries, including the U.S.

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“BTS”, an acronym of “Bangtan Sonyeondan” or “Bangtan Boys,” is a South Korean boyband that has gained international recognition for their authentic and ground-breaking music style. They are the first Korean group to attend the Billboard Music Award and the Grammy. In September 2018, BTS made a great leap in their career when they had the honor to be UNICEF’s ambassador and gave a speech at the United Nations. They were later featured on the cover of Time magazine’s international edition as “The Next Generation Leaders”. With millions of fans all over the world and their achievements so far, BTS has made their name a phenomenon.

BTS World Tour: Love Yourself

On January 26th, 2019, “BTS World Tour: Love Yourself”, an exclusive screening of the band’s most sellout concert of 2018 globally, initially hit movie theaters for a one-day event in 102 selected countries around the world. However, due to a wide demand from the audience, Fathom Events and Pathé Live have decided to bring the experience closer to the audience by re-entering the documentary in cinemas across the U.S. and other listed countries around the globe.


The documentary is expected to be available at theaters on Saturday, February 9th and 10th, 2019 with various time frames. The event will also be available for viewing in eight ScreenX equipped movie theaters across the country.

Tickets for “BTS World Tour: Love Yourselfcan be purchased online at or LoveYourselfinSeoul.Film or at selected theater box offices from Monday, January 18. Check with your local ticket box for local listings and further information.