It’s time to celebrate because BTS just announced that they’re bringing their Love Yourself Tour to a movie theater near you! That’s right, you’re about to have the opportunity to see one of the best concerts ever, up-close and personal, without having to leave the comfort of your own town! The band just dropped the trailer for the concert movie, and we couldn’t be more excited.

Mark your calendars because the epic movie will only be playing for one day. It’ll hit the big screen on Saturday, Jan. 26, 2019, in over 90 countries (including the U.S.) and you can snag your tickets at The movie will give viewers a front row seat to the band’s Seoul, South Korea tour date. Yeah, that means you’ll get to see them perform some of your all-time favorite songs, including “Blood Sweat & Tears,” “I Need U,” and the classic “Run.”

The trailer has us so freaking excited. It gives a brief glimpse into the impressive concert, which includes fireworks, confetti, smoke, lights, and the guys’ iconic choreography, of course. We seriously have goosebumps. And naturally, fans took to Twitter to share their excitement over the announcement. “Okay nobody bother me on Jan. 26, 2019. I’ll be extremely busy watching this BTS concert movie,” one fan wrote, and it’s extremely relatable.

The exciting announcement comes just one month after BTS released another film, Burn The Stage: The Movie, which followed their 2017 The Wings Tour. The flick showed concert footage as well as gave a behind the scenes look at the boys life on the road, and it’s worldwide success broke a ton of records.

The BTS boys aren’t the only people that have announced an epic concert movie lately. As J-14 readers know, Taylor Swift dropped the trailer for the Reputation Tour Movie on her birthday (Dec. 13) and it looked just as iconic. That one will be on Netflix, starting Dec. 31, 2018, at midnight! Wow, we have so much to look forward to over the next few weeks!

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