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By IndoMarch 5, 2024

Suga’s Concert Film ‘D-Day: The Movie’ Is Coming to Theaters Near You

Permission to celebrate! HYBE and Trafalgar Releasing announced on Tuesday (March 5) that D-Day: The Movie, Suga’s concert film about the encore of his 2023 Agust D tour, is coming to theaters around the world. And if seeing the BTS member’s solo show isn’t enough, the movie will also feature appearances from bandmates RM, Jimin and Jung Kook.

Suga — who reported for mandatory military duty in September — also shared a special video message with fans to announce the project. “It’s been a while and I’m back with a video to share some very special news with our dear ARMY,” he begins. “Do you remember Suga Agust D Tour ‘D-Day’ … the finale to my solo tour last summer? The D-Day tour was so meaningful because it told the story of my journey as both Suga and Agust D. The emotions I felt during the finale are still so vivid, as it was the last concert of the tour. And now, that very D-Day the final concert will be released in theaters worldwide!”

“I’m so happy, proud and excited,” he continued of his upcoming concert film. “I hope you’ll enjoy it as much as the concert meant to me.”

The concert film will be released worldwide not only on standard movie screens, but in IMAX as well, with showings on April 10 and April 13. Tickets for the screenings go on sale Tuesday, March 12, at 11 a.m. ET/8 a.m. PT/3 p.m. GMT at SugaTheMovie.com. The website will reveal all theaters that will show the film on March 12.



RM, Jimin and Jung Kook’s appearances in the movie will include performances, according to the press release. The movie focuses the encore performance of Suga’s worldwide Agust D tour, which hit 10 cities for a total of 25 shows; the trek was in support of the BTS’ rapper’s solo debut album D-Day, which debuted and peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 in May 2023.

This won’t be Suga’s first film feature. The BTS member was the star of his 2023 solo documentary Suga: Road to D-Day, which followed the global star as he went on a journey to tell his story through music, aired on Disney+ and Weverse. It arrived on the platforms on April 21, the same day as his album.

Watch Suga’s video announcement below:



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