BTS 2021 Muster Sowoozoo—What We Know About Band's 8th Anniversary Live Stream

BTS has announced an epic live stream event, called BTS 2021 Muster Sowoozoo, to mark the eighth anniversary of the group.

The seven-piece K-pop band, comprised of Jungkook, Jin, J-Hope, Jimin, V, Suga and RM, made their debut in 2013.

Since their debut, BTS has taken the world by storm and racked up a host of accolades including breaking numerous YouTube world records, becoming brand ambassadors at Louis Vuitton, earning their first ever Grammy nomination and releasing a McDonald's special meal collaboration.

The band has now revealed they will be marking their success over the last eight years in the special global event, which will kick off on June 13. English translations for the YouTube video saw BTS announce they will be able to connect with fans from all around the world over the course of two days.

On June 13, the group will hold a live performance of songs from their back catalogue. The following day, on June 14, they will include some of their foreign language songs as part of the showcase.

Details on where the live stream will take place and where to get tickets are currently under wraps but are expected to be shared soon.

Fans of the superstar group, called the ARMY, were left feeling ecstatic over the news and shared their excitement with other fans on social media.

Twitter user @Jen_Serendipity posted: "I'm so excited for Muster! I do have to adjust my time off I requested from work because I did not expect the concert to be on a Monday lol! More than anything, I hope they are able to have an ARMY audience there in person! Purple heart @BTS_twt #SOWOOZOO #btsmuster2021."

"The theme is mikrokosmos (SOWOOZOO) and I HAVE AN EMOTIONAL ATTACHMENT TO THAT SONG!!!!! i'm so excited for muster," @winterbeartaete wrote.

"Army is really very excited to see BTS, army is willing to see you face to face, through '2021 MUSTER SOWOOZOO' army and BTS can spend time with each other, thank you so much for such a wonderful announcement army is really very happy and excited for it," @RudraRa44074334 said.

Meanwhile @juunjuungkuuk joked that "there is no rest in this fandom."

The exciting news comes just days after the group unveiled their new music video for "Butter."

A representative at YouTube confirmed to Newsweek that the video has broken YouTube's premiere record with over 3.9 million peak concurrent viewers.

The video also shattered the record for the most views in 24 hours, which they previously held with their 2020 music video for "Dynamite," at 101.1 million views.

The "Butter" music video earned a staggering 108.2 million viewers in the first 24 hour period.

BTS now holds the top two spots for the biggest YouTube premieres to date.

BTS will soon celebrate their 8th anniversary
Jimin, Jungkook, RM, J-Hope, V, Jin, and SUGA of the K-pop boy band BTS visit the "Today" Show at Rockefeller Plaza on February 21, 2020 in New York City. BTS, who debuted in 2013 will celebrate their 8th anniversary in June. Cindy Ord/WireImage