There are only a few people in the world who witness their dreams come true. BTS, the South Korean boy band is one of them. The band has come a long way when they became the first South Korean band to perform at the Wembley Stadium in front of a jam-packed house of more than 60,000 fans. During the performance, BTS went through 24 songs with the performance packed with glitter cannons, pops, and jet sprays. The performance was a special one from the band who also paid tribute to their hero Freddie Mercury saying that they grew up watching Live Aid.
The show was a big one for BTS who were performing only for the third time in the United Kingdom. The show was one of the two sold-out nights at the Wembley Stadium. BTS has witnessed an extremely successful year having earlier topped the UK album charts during the month of April. This amazing rise in popularity also aided the band to perform in front of a jam-packed crowd, the biggest of their careers having earlier performed in front of smaller crowds including at the O2 Arena in London in front of 20,000 fans.
The emotions back in South Korean were also high as the band performed for the first time at Wembley Stadium. The show of the band was being broadcasted live so that everyone in the country could see their favorite band perform. The band itself said that they were very nervous and barely got any sleep on the eve of the concert. They said that the nerves were really high but that just makes them work harder for the fans all over the world. And they did perform for their fans with the fans having a blast and screaming all through the night.