It’s no secret that BTS fans go to great lengths to see their favorite band, but police in New York are trying to control that fandom ahead of the band’s “Good Morning America” concert in Central Park on Wednesday.
Some fans had already started camping out to get up front for the show, when New York Police Department’s 19th District warned them against it. “For your safety, camping in the concrete jungle is not permitted,” the police tweeted. “Please don’t pitch tents in or outside [of] Central Park.”
But fans aren't exactly going home following the warning. According to local news they’ve now switched to folding chairs, “hoping there is no rule about sitting outside the park until...(the) concert.”
Unfortunately for fans, waiting outside for the show isn’t going to be a pleasant experience this week, with rain in the forecast through Tuesday.