BTS And Seventeen Will Headline Fuji TV's '2020 FNS Music Festival - Summer'
South Korea's prominent all-boy groups BTS and SEVENTEEN will make available their dashing looks and stunning performances in the forthcoming' 2020 FNS Music Festival – Summer' of Japan's Fuji TV network. As per Hellokpop, the two K-pop groups will join other famous Japanese artists for the upcoming show.
SEVENTEEN, a legendary Japanese comeback
On August 20 (Thursday), the viewers of Fuji TV were stunned with the announcement of SEVENTEEN's partaking for the show.
All twelve K-pop band members donned their respective red and black outfits while excitingly urged their fans to watch the show from their home TVs. As they raise their fans' anticipation towards their idols' appearance, it will also mark the band's first headline for the online Japanese music festival show.
Furthermore, the dozen boy band will make known their forthcoming single called '24H,' a piece of their Japanese sophomore mini-album for the initial incident since its confirmation in July. '24H,' to be made available on September 9, is a song that sings the message of promise to their supportive fans, who call themselves as CARATs.
In June, SEVENTEEN released it's Left & Right' single that gained the sum of 1.06 million pre-order sales.
Topping the Japanese music scene, again
Alongside SEVENTEEN, the world's phenomenal K-pop band, BTS, is also confirmed to headline the virtual Japanese show by posting the announcement on their official Japanese fan club website.
In an Allkpop report, the Bangtan Boys will gift their Japanese fans a 'Stay Gold' performance from their recently-released Japanese album entitled 'Map of the Soul: 7 – The Journey.' 'MIC DROP' will also hit the stage by BTS.
Since the Japanese music festival will occur amid the COVID-19 global pandemic, BTS' performance will be pre-recorded in South Korea and aired during the show.
Meanwhile, the nearing '2020 FNS Music Festival – Summer' will be made available for streaming this coming August 26 at precisely 6:30 P.M. KST, premiering via Fuji TV's local channel.