At the first face-to-face concert "Permission to Dance on Stage - LA" held in Los Angeles (LA) in two years by the group BTS (BTS), ticket sales alone earned $33.3 million. 

 The U.S. music media Billboard reported on the 5th (Korea Standard Time) that "BTS earned $33.3 million after performing four times at Sofi Stadium in LA," and that it set the biggest box office record in nine years in the global music market. 

 According to Billboard Box Score, which counts performance ticket sales, BTS sold a total of 214,000 tickets through four performances of "BTS Permission to Dance on Stage-LA." 

 This is the largest ticket sales since Pink Floyd's Roger Waters earned $38 million at a concert in Buenos Aires, Argentina in Argentina in 2012. 

Based on the concert held in the U.S., it is the largest box score in 18 years. Among the performances held in California, it was confirmed as the largest ever. Following Bruce Springsteen's New York State performance ($38.7 million), he also ranked second in North American concerts.

Through this LA concert, BTS ranked sixth in the global box-score history. Billboard said the achievement was "surprising," considering that the total number of performances by the first to fifth-ranked artists during the concert period was at least twice that of BTS's fourth performance.

The Spice Girls and Take That performances, which ranked in the top five in history, were 17 and 8, respectively. Bruce Springsteen performed 10 times and Roger Waterers performed 9 times.

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