The singer-singers are set to perform at the National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAC) on Nov. 3.
But BTS and a small group of friends are also planning a performance in honor of the first African American president, Martin Luther King Jr. The two sides say the concert is about reconciliation, and the concert will include a free concert, but there will also be a limited amount of tickets.
BTS has also announced that they will be holding a fundraiser in the U.S. to help raise funds for the NAACP.
The group announced that it will be donating $100,000 for the next four years.
“It’s a huge moment for us, and we’re looking forward to getting to the stage together to celebrate our friendship and how we’ve been able to share this love and this connection,” BTS’ lead singer Rap Monster said in a statement.
“This is our moment and we can’t wait to see it unfold.”
The NMAAC has been hosting performances by BTS since they were in high school, and they have performed in other major cities across the country.
The concert will be the group’s second since being named the best hip-hop act of the year by the Grammy Awards.
In addition to the free concert and the $100 million goal, the group said that they would also be holding another concert for African Americans and Latinos, which will be held at the Museum of Contemporary Art in New York on Nov., 16.