Yoongi Marry Me surprise items banned at Suga concert in Indonesia

Yoongi Marry Me surprise items banned at Suga concert in Indonesia

BTS’ Suga is in the middle of his ‘D-DAY’ world tour and is wowing fans with stunning performances.

He has now completed the North American leg of his tour and is returning to Asia. His next concert is on May 26th in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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The tour operator iME ID published recommendations in the run-up to the performance.

They shared via Twitter, “Dear ARMIES, for our convenience and safety, please be sure to follow health protocols and please check prohibited items on SUGA | August D’D-DAY’ TOUR in JAKARTA.”

Yoongi Marry Me surprise items banned from Suga's Indonesia concert

The protocol will be very strict and many items are forbidden in the room. In addition, fans attending the concert must wear a mask and be vaccinated.

Yoongi Marry Me surprise items banned from Suga's Indonesia concert

There is a long list of prohibited items. Oversized bags, long items such as umbrellas, stools/chairs, food, drinks and even cups are not permitted.

Yoongi Marry Me surprise items banned from Suga's Indonesia concert

Selfie sticks, tripods and professional photographic equipment are not permitted. Only mobile phones are allowed.

Yoongi Marry Me surprise items banned from Suga's Indonesia concert

Sound devices, as well as potentially harmful objects, including sharp objects, drugs, cigarettes and other flammable materials, are prohibited.

Yoongi Marry Me surprise items banned from Suga's Indonesia concert

So far, the list of prohibited items seems logical. This is usually forbidden at concerts. However, there are other prohibited items that surprised fans.

“Oversized fans”, pets, large headbands, flags and even costumes are not allowed at the Suga concert. Surprisingly, bridal veils are also included in the list.

Yoongi Marry Me surprise items banned from Suga's Indonesia concert

The reason behind the ban on bridal veils is surprising. As many fans know, “Yoongi, marry me” is always popular, and some fans attended the concert in wedding dresses and veils…

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Given the relatively small size of the Jakarta venue and the fact that these outfits can overwhelm and disrupt other fans, the decision is understandable.

Also, they’re not the only ones who have asked Suga. His guitarist Shinwon held a cellphone that read “YOONGI MARRY ME” during the recent concert in Los Angeles, California.

Suga’s reaction was just great, he just burst out laughing.

After (jokingly) concern from fans, Shinwon updated his personal Instagram with a photo of himself on stage. Her caption clarified her relationship status. He explained that he was actually already married!

“By the way, I’m married.

Do not worry 🤔 »

Yoongi Marry Me surprise items banned from Suga's Indonesia concert

Now we have all the explanations for the rest of Suga’s concerts!