K-pop group BTS may have had to postpone their "Map of the Soul" world tour due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but that doesn't mean that they will be away from their fans for very long. According to a recent announcement, members of the BTS ARMY will be able to see the "Black Swan" singers perform once again thanks to an upcoming live stream called "Bang Bang Con The Live." Here's when you can watch the concert.

According to Variety, the upcoming live event will take place on June 14 at 6 p.m. Korean time, which translates to 5 a.m. EDT for those in the U.S. The concert is expected to last 90 minutes and will be followed by additional BTS content. As stated by Vulture, it will be a pay-per-view event and more details about where to watch will be available closer to the date.

The announcement on Big Hit Entertainment's official Instagram account, released Wednesday, can be seen below.

This is not the first time that the group, which consists of members RM, V, Jin, Jungkook, Jimin, Suga, and J-Hope, has hosted a streaming event for fans. Previously, BTS shared footage from live shows and fan meeting events online. The content was viewed 50.6M times and earned 2.24M concurrent views, stated Variety.

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In recent months, the K-pop musicians have taken other steps to remain close to the ARMY amid the COVID-19 health crisis as well. In March, the boys announced that they had decided to offer a series of free lessons to help their fans learn Korean on Weverse. According to Big Hit Entertainment, the goal was to "make it easy and fun for global fans who have difficulty enjoying BTS' music and contents due to the language barrier."

Additionally, the members have also spoken out about what they have found to be the hardest thing about the changes they have had to make during the pandemic.

Aside from all of the changes taking place regarding BTS' live performances throughout 2020, the popular artists have also remained in the news thanks to various achievements they have earned this year, including setting a new record within 72 hours.

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The boy band BTS is pictured. Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images for Dick Clark Productions