Here’s how to watch BTS ‘MTV Unplugged’. Fans are wondering where to stream the forthcoming performance for free.

MTV Unplugged is associated with a number of iconic performances and perhaps BTS fans are about to witness the very latest.

The series showcases musicians playing acoustic versions of their tracks and aired regularly between 1989 and 1999, although less often up until 2009.

Since then, MTV Unplugged specials have become more of a rarity.

Over the decades, some of the most beloved and celebrated Unplugged sets have come courtesy of Alice in Chains, Lauryn Hill, Eric Clapton, and Alicia Keys, with Nirvana’s arguably being the most renowned.

Excitement has recently turned towards the announcement of a BTS MTV Unplugged, with Jin, RM, J-Hope, Suga, Jimin, V and Jungkook set to perform in Seoul, Korea.

So, here’s how to watch BTS on MTV Unplugged…

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How to watch BTS ‘MTV Unplugged’

  • MTV Unplugged Presents: BTS airs on Tuesday, February 23rd 2021 at 9 pm on MTV. You can access it online by signing up to MTV’s 24-hour pass.

This will give you free access to MTV Live for 24 hours. So, if you sign up ahead of their performance, you can tune in on time without spending a penny.

As noted by Stylecaster, you need your email address and date of birth to sign up.

On the other hand, some of you may have already made use of the MTV 24-hour pass beforehand. If that is the case, then it’s also worth acknowledging that you can access the MTV Unplugged show through Hulu+ With Live TV, Fubo, Sling and Philo.

There are free trials available for these services. To avoid being charged later on, be sure to cancel after watching the performance if you do not wish to continue your subscription.

If you’re a BTS fanatic, you certainly won’t want to miss out! The press release includes that MTV Unplugged offers a “front-row seat to never-before-seen versions of the group’s most career-defining hits and songs from their latest album BE (Essential Edition), in intimate settings.”

Audiences can expect to hear the likes of ‘Life Goes On’ like never before.

Fans prepare for BTS on MTV

A number of admirers and fans have already shared their excitement for the set over on Twitter.

Check out a selection of tweets:

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