ARMYs Shocked By List Of Prohibited Items For BTS Suga's Agust D "D-DAY" Concerts In Jakarta

ARMYs Shocked By List Of Prohibited Items For BTS Suga’s Agust D “D-DAY” Concerts In Jakarta

BTS‘s Suga is currently on his SUGA | Agust D “D-DAY” TOUR IN US.

His world tour will continue as he travels across Asia. His first stop after leaving the U.S. will be Jakarta, Indonesia as he has a couple of performances at the Indonesia Convention Exhibition (ICE BSD) Hall 5-6.

Although the first show won’t be until May 26, iME ID is already preparing Indonesian ARMYs. They shared via Twitter, “Dear ARMY, for our convenience and safety make sure you follow the health protocols and please check prohibited items for SUGA | Agust D ‘D-DAY’ TOUR in JAKARTA.”

There will be many strict protocols as well as prohibited items for the concert. Concert-goers must mask up and be vaccinated.

There is an extensive list of prohibited items. Oversized bags, long objects, such as umbrellas, stools/chairs, foods, drinks, and even tumblers will not be permitted.

Selfies sticks, tripods, and professional camera gear is not allowed. You also need to leave the tablets at home. As expected, mobile phones are the way to go when it comes to attending a concert.

Noise devices as well as potentially harmful items, including sharp objects, drugs, cigarettes, and other flammable products, are prohibited.

Now, what has shocked ARMYs is that many fan items are not allowed either. “Oversized fans” or pickets, large headbands, flags, and even costumes will not be allowed at Suga’s concert. Surprisingly, wedding veils are also included on the list.

As “Yoongi, marry me” has been a popular meme for a while in the BTS fandom, many ARMYs planned to not only bring signs with the phrase but dress in wedding attire, such as white dresses with veils to Suga’s concerts. Even his band is in on the joke!

While this has been a a popular concert fit for the U.S., Jakarta might need to find a back-up plan. ARMYs online were shocked to see that costumes and veils were being specifically called out and prohibited.

But since the venue is small, this is ultimately for the best for everyone!

You can check out what is encouraged to bring to the concert below.

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