Artists of Big Hit Labels came together to fill the stage and welcome the new year of 2021.
‘2021 New Year’s Eve Live Presented by Weverse’ was held online at 9.30 p.m. KST on December 31st, 2020, as all Big Hit Label artists including BTS, NU’EST, Lee Hyun, Bumzu, GFriend, TXT, and ENHYPEN attended.
Under the main theme of “We’ve connected,” the concert was illuminated with four themes: ‘WE,’ ‘RE,’ ‘NEW,’ and ‘2021 Connect,’ as various artists’ music and performances were presented.
First, the leaders of each group came out to announce the start of the performance, and rookie ENHYPEN kicked the concert off. TOMORROW X TOGETHER (TXT) then heated the atmosphere up with their charming discos such as “Can’t You See Me?” and “Blue Hour.” BUMZU presented his soft vocal skills with “Give It 2 U,” “Forever Young,” “Tantara,” and “Beautiful.”
BTS Suga took the stage to introduce the special stage for the late Shin Hae Chul. He made his first public appearance after not being in most activities due to his shoulder surgery back in November of last year. He added, “I’m facing the past, which comforted me with passionate music. We are going to complete a song that has never been revealed to the world.”
GFriend showed off their exceptional charms as they presented a vibrant transformation. NU’EST performed various performances with songs that were rarely performed and caught the eye with their cheerful yet alluring charms.
BTS performed “Dynamite” as they delivered a perfect live performance. They also presented “Best of Me.”
“Life Goes On” was the last song to be performed. BTS’ V, who stopped singing during the live, said, “After spending the new year with our families, now we’re with ARMYs. Don’t forget us wherever you are. Thank you for welcoming the New Year with us.”
Along with the performances, there also was a section held for artists to answer their fans’ questions. ‘MEET & GREET’ allowed fans to view artists talking behind the stage. The concert also held a countdown to cheer for 2021, along with a drone show which caught viewers’ eyes.