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The immersive BTS Exhibition: Proof extends its stay in Santa Monica

BTS Exhibition: Proof in Los Angeles kicked off on May 9 at 3rd Street Promenade in Santa Monica and received an overwhelming response from fans, known as the BTS ARMY.

The immersive exhibition was designed to celebrate the beloved K-pop group’s 10th anniversary and due to popular demand, has extended its stay in the Los Angeles area through July 8.

BTS Exhibition: Proof will extend the limited viewing in Los Angeles through July 8.
(Photo courtesy of BTS Exhibition)

BTS Exhibition: Proof will extend the limited viewing in Los Angeles through July 8.
(Photo courtesy of BTS Exhibition)

BTS Exhibition: Proof will extend the limited viewing in Los Angeles through July 8.
(Photo courtesy of BTS Exhibition)

BTS Exhibition: Proof will extend the limited viewing in Los Angeles through July 8.
(Photo courtesy of BTS Exhibition)

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Created by HYBE, BIGHIT Music and Live Nation, the visual museum explores BTS’ past, present and future through a series of photographs and videos. The experimental installation takes place in a variety of rooms that fans can walk through and interact with and it includes access to a merch shop that sells limited edition BTS merchandise.

Fans can purchase tickets now for the newly added dates at bts-proof-exhibition-losangeles.com. Tickets for the 80-minute time slots are $50-$60 and must be purchased online in advance. The exhibition is located at 1232 Third Street, Santa Monica and is open from 10 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Tuesdays-Sundays.

BTS is currently on hiatus due to each member having to complete their mandatory service in the South Korean military. While some of the seven members are currently serving, others are out on tour in support of solo efforts, including Suga, who just wrapped up three sold-out shows at Kia Forum in Inglewood last week.

BTS announced it would be back for a reunion in 2025.

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