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Get your ARMY bombs out, because the BTS ‘Love Yourself: Speak Yourself[The Final] world tour concert is not only coming to stream online, but also making its movie theater debut this October. The final three concerts of the Love Yourself era will be held at Seoul’s Olympic Stadium on Oct. 26th, 27th, and 29th. And the three shows mark the end of BTS’ 62-show run, which began on Aug. 25, 2018. Now, if you’re searching for how to watch the BTS ‘Love Yourself: Speak Yourself[The Final] livestream, don’t fret. We’ve got everything you need to know in one place so it’ll feel like you got a ticket for the live show in Seoul.

What time does the BTS ‘Love Yourself: Speak Yourself’ [The Final] start streaming online?

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As always, the BTS ‘Love Yourself: Speak Yourself[The Final] will be available to stream online via VLIVE+.

“BTS ends the stadium tour around the world with a finale,” the streaming platform’s statement explains. “Join the live streaming of the finale of the grand tour, the final concert scene in Seoul on VLIVE+!”

However, it seems like the VLIVE+ will only host a livestream for the concert on Saturday, Oct. 26. And for now, fans won’t be able to watch the final two shows online through the broadcasting platform on Sunday, Oct. 27, and Tuesday, Oct. 29.

Nevertheless, BTS fans will still have the opportunity to watch Day One of Speak Yourself: The Final on Oct. 26. According to VLIVE, the show starts airing at 6:30 p.m. KST. This time converts to 5:30 a.m. EDT or 2:30 a.m. PDT. So get ready for an early morning if you plan to stream the final concert live on Saturday.

How to watch BTS ‘Love Yourself: Speak Yourself’ [The Final] online on VLIVE+

Now you’ve set aside time for the BTS ‘Love Yourself: Speak Yourself[The Final] concert on Oct. 26 — now what? Well, whatever you do, don’t wait until the last second to catch the show, because you need to set up a VLIVE account.

Of course, VLIVE accounts are free when you sign up, but to watch the Speak Yourself: The Final concert online through VLIVE+, you have to shell out a bit of cash. Just like the shows in London and Riyadh, the Oct. 26 broadcast costs 1,500 coins on VLIVE. And at this time, the price comes out to a total of $28.12.

Once you’ve purchased your 1,500 coins on VLIVE, you can head to the VLIVE+ page for the BTS ‘Love Yourself: Speak Yourself[The Final] concert livestream and buy the show.

Now, just sit back and enjoy the BTS concert livestream via your web browser or the official VLIVE app on your phone or smart TV. Your concert purchase will also give you unlimited access to the replay video once the show ends and a rating is finalized by the Korea Media Rating Board.

The streaming platform also confirmed English, Chinese, Japanese, Chinese (Simplified), Vietnamese, Indonesian, Spanish, and Portuguese subtitles will be available during the livestream and in the replay video.

Movie tickets for BTS ‘Love Yourself: Speak Yourself’ [The Final] in theaters

The Oct. 26 show might be available on VLIVE+, but BTS fans can also experience Day Two of ‘Love Yourself: Speak Yourself[The Final] in select movie theaters on Sunday.

The film will screen merely a few hours after the Oct. 27 live show, and broadcast simultaneously across the U.S. starting at 8 p.m. EDT — or 5 p.m. PDT. However, there will be delays in Hawaii and Alaska, which will both begin airing at 5 p.m. in their respective time zones.

You can currently purchase movie tickets for BTS’ ‘Love Yourself: Speak Yourself[The Final] for Sunday, Oct. 27, on Fathom Events. Simply enter your zip code, and follow instructions from there.

BTS fans may not get a chance to watch the Oct. 29 show of ‘Love Yourself: Speak Yourself’ [The Final]. However, the K-pop group is providing everyone with access to the world tour’s Oct. 26th and 27th dates — with an online livestream and movie theater showing.

Now, let’s prepare the tissues for when “Mikrokosmos” wraps up the final setlist as we bid farewell to BTS’ Love Yourself tour for the last time — and “patiently” wait for potential world tour dates in 2020.

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