Attention, BTS Army: This is not a drill. K-pop sensations BTS are hosting a “special online streaming” party this weekend, more than a month after the group cancelled tour dates due to the coronavirus outbreak. The virtual BTS fest, dubbed Bang Bang Con, will be held on April 18 and 19 and will feature a marathon of concert footage taped before the pandemic shut down live events around the world. Starting at 2am UTC (11am in Korea) this Saturday, the first day’s line-up includes video from BTS’s 2015 HYYH live concert, 2016’s HYYH Epilogue, 2014’s Red Bullet Live trilogy and 2016’s 3rd Muster. The cyber extravaganza will resume at the same time on April 19, with footage from 2017’s Wings Tour live in Seoul, Wings Tour: The Final, 2018’s 4th Muster and 2018’s Love Yourself Seoul concert. Bang Bang Con is the latest effort by the K-pop artists to continue entertaining their fans while in lockdown. Last month, members RM, Jin , Suga , J-Hope , Jimin , V and Jungkook took part in James Corden’s Homefest special , which also featured Billie Eilish, Andrea Bocelli, Dua Lipa and more. Also set to stream on April 18 is Global Citizen and Lady Gaga’s “One World: Together At Home” coronavirus relief event, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert, with musical guests including Eilish, Lizzo, J Balvin, Elton John, John Legend, Stevie Wonder and Kacey Musgraves. Bang Bang Con will be available to watch for free on the band’s YouTube channel, BANGTANTV.