Idols joined Crew Nation fundraiser to support workers affected by concert suspension. BTS and Big Hit Entertainment joined the fundraiser that Live Nation organized for concert workers.
The good heart of the members of BTS was demonstrated again, the idols have made it clear that in addition to promoting self-esteem and in society, they also get down to work when it comes to helping .
After the COVID-19 pandemic took hold and spread worldwide, most public events were canceled or, failing that, postponed . The concerts were some of them, but the consequence of this went beyond the broken heart of the fans.
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A large number of people who work as staff in events of this type were affected their economy with the suspension of the shows, so the company Live Nation organized a fundraiser to support them under the name Crew Nation .
The dynamic proposed by the entertainment company was to raise at least $ 10 million and, although Live Nation gave half of that figure as an initial contribution, the rest would have to be raised through donations .
The BTS tour around the world that was planned for this 2020 was one of the events that were postponed by the crisis in the world, leading the members of the group and their company to face a sudden change of plans.
Aware of all the effects that this situation may generate, BTS and Big Hit Entertainment joined the Live Nation collection , donating $ 1 million together according to the Forbes report .
BTS will return next month with their new Japanese album, find out what other idols are gearing up for a comeback during July .