BTS Joins Lineup Of Virtual Benefit Concert Music On A Mission For Grammy Week
BTS is set to deliver a heartwarming act of kindness this spring!
The group will perform for Music On A Mission, an online benefit concert being held during this year’s Grammy Week to help music industry workers affected by COVID-19.
MusiCares, The Recording Academy’s charity division, confirmed the exciting news through social media on March 2 (local time).
Music On A Mission will be replacing MusiCares’s annual Person of the Year Gala and take place March 12. Revenue collected from ticket sales will go towards supporting musicians impacted by the pandemic.
Various artists including John Legend, HAIM, H.E.R., Usher, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty & Stevie Nicks, and Jhené Aiko will join BTS in performing at the virtual concert.
Last June, BTS and Big Hit Entertainment donated $1 million to Crew Nation, Live Nation’s COVID-19 relief fund for out-of-work concert crews. Later in December, the group donated the ensembles they wore in the “Dynamite” music video to the charity auction held during Grammy Week. The ensembles sold for $162,500.
BTS has been nominated for the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category at the 2021 Grammy Awards for their song “Dynamite” released in August last year.
Check out MusiCare’s exciting announcement made through Twitter below:
We’re excited to announce that the GRAMMY-Nominated #BTS (@bts_bighit) are joining our incredible lineup of #MusicOnAMission performers! ⚡️
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— MusiCares (@MusiCares) March 1, 2021
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