K-pop sensations BTS have revealed plans for their ‘BTS Exhibition In The US 24/7 = Serendipity (오,늘)’ that's headed to Los Angeles, 1-15 August.
The metal legends have added the new show after their previously-advertised LA date on 30 November sold out in 24 hours.
Active in the local community since 1988, the charity assists and inspires homeless youth to build self-sufficient lives.
The award will be presented during the 19th annual BET Awards ceremony in Los Angeles on 23 June.
Joined by bandmates Rob McAndrews and Ben Assiter, Blake’s live performance featured songs from his latest album, 'Assume Form'.
The new track also features on the fast-rising star's new album, 'Dedicated', which is set for release on 17 May.
The tour will kick off on 12 September with the first of seven nights at New York's 2,100-capacity BAM Howard Gilman Opera House.
On that day there will be an official commemorative certificate presentation at City Hall, with The Specials’ founding members Terry Hall, Lynval Golding and Horace Panter in attendance.
This year’s show will take place at Dignity Health Sports Park, formerly StubHub Center and home of the L.A. Chargers and the L.A. Galaxy, on Saturday, 1 June.
The fast-rising star's new album 'When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?' is out on 29 March.
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The Grammys said the performance would “honor the icon and celebrate the rich history of her greatest musical accomplishments.”
Lil Wayne, Tory Lanez, Trippie Redd. Migos and more are also on the bill in LA.
Fans in New York City, Austin, Las Vegas and Los Angeles will have a chance to hop on board the double-decker on selected dates.
Germs' personnel also included future Go-Go's leader Belinda Carlisle and Nirvana/Foo Fighters guitarist Pat Smear.